Here is the quite subjective selection of smaller messages of the past few days:
JetBrains has released version 2023.2 for both the ReSharper C++ software and Rider. Resharper C++ in this release boasts support for several new C++20 and C++23 features, as well as Safe Delete refactoring and a separate AI Assistant plugin. Rider brings some C# updates, which include new inspections, new context actions, improved input helpers and formatting options for working with raw string literals. Cloud service provider Mirantis, which specializes in providing web applications for Kubernetes, has launched a new one called k0smotron Presented open source project. The architecture of this software is designed to enable rapid, broad-scale deployment of Kubernetes control planes on top of Kubernetes. GitHub has announced that as of August 17, dependabot’s dependency scanner will no longer support end-of-life Python 3.6 and 3.7 . For code using these versions, Dependabot will no longer be able to open pull requests in the repository and will instead log errors. Developers should upgrade to at least Python 3.8 to ensure their code is secure and Dependabot can continue to run.Grafana Labs has announced Tempo, its open-source distributed tracing backend, version 2.2. This release not only offers new features for TraceSQL, but also offers structural operators as an outstanding feature. These are simple operators that allow users to easily ask meaningful questions about the structure of a trace. Datadog announced the market launch of Bits AI at its in-house DASH trade fair. The provider of a monitoring and security platform for cloud applications describes the software as a generative AI-based assistant that learns from the observation data of the customers and thus helps to solve application problems in real time. The wizard supports debugging, solves code-level problems, suggests code fixes, and can create automated unit tests for those fixes. Very Good Ventures has released Dart Frog 1.0. This is an open source and lightweight framework intended to support Flutter and Dart developers. It also offers a unified tech stack that allows tools and models to be shared. With this release, the development team introduces, among other things, the Dart Frog Daemon, which is intended to make it easier to create first and third-party tools for managing, diagnosing and creating Dart Frog projects. The GNU C Library was updated in version 2.38 published. It features only minor changes, including improved support for working with binary integer constants, some new printf() formatting options, and libmvec support for 64-bit ARM systems, as well as the strlcpy() and strlcat string functions (). JetBrains has decided to change the name from Kotlin Multiplatform Mobile (KMM) to Kotlin Multiplatform (KMP). This means the Kotlin technology to share code across different platforms. The name change is intended to address inconsistencies and confusion that have arisen over the past two years. The Rust Foundation Security Initiative was launched in September 2022. The first Security Initiative Report is now available, providing information on the priorities and previous work. This includes the development of new tools such as Painter to make Rust maintainer workflows more secure and to provide insight into security gaps. GnuCOBOL 3.2 was released around two and a half years after version 3.1.2. The COBOL compiler adds support for programming language dialects and is intended to increase performance and improve debugging with the GNU Debugger (GDB).
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