by Malcolm Rowe

Noda Time 1.3.0

Noda Time 1.3.0 came out today1, bringing a healthy mix of new features and bug fixes for all your date and time handling needs. Unlike with previous releases, the improvements in Noda Time 1.3 don’t really have a single theme: they add a handful of features and tidy up some loose ends on the road to 2.0 (on which more below).

So in no particular order…

Again, see the User Guide and 1.3.0 release notes for more information about all of the above.

You can get Noda Time 1.3.0 from the NuGet repository as usual (core, testing, JSON support packages), or from the links on the Noda Time home page.

Onward to 2.0

Meanwhile, development has started on Noda Time 2.0. Noda Time 2.0 will not be binary-compatible with Noda Time 1.x, but it will be mostly source-compatible: we don’t plan to make completely gratuitous changes.

Among other things, Noda Time 2.0 is likely to contain:

We don’t expect to have a release of Noda Time 2.0 until next year, so we may well make some additional releases in the 1.3.x series between now and then, but in general we’ll be focussing on 2.0. If you’re interested in helping out, come and talk to us on the mailing list.

  1. And once again, I’m going to plagiarise this post for the official Noda Time blog post.