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Version 1.0.0-rc0003 of Cake has been released 🎉.
We've chosen to release 1.0 as a pre-release to NuGet and Chocolatey, so we and the community can more easily test and ensure that our 1.0 release will be as stable as possible. It will also enable us to see if there are any steps you need to take to adapt your scripts for 1.0, and for us to see if there're any unintended breaking changes, by testing as many addins, modules, and recipes as possible.
In this release the
UseTool extension has been renamed to
In our prior release candidate we also noted that
CakeHostBuilder has been removed and
CakeHost can be used directly.
With Cake.Frosting 0.38.x:
With Cake.Frosting 1.0:
In preparation for the 1.0 release, we've now set the recommended version of Cake.Core for addins to target to 1.0.
This won't break the build but you might see warnings like below when Addins/Modules are loaded.
Addin authors can start preparing for the 1.0 release by starting to build against Cake.Core version 1.0.0-rc0003.
See Upgrade instructions for documentation about breaking changes in this release.
Contributions were included from:
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