Julia is the name of a high-level, high-performance dynamic programming language for numerical mathematics. It includes a decent compiler, distributed parallel execution and an extensive library of mathematical functions. The core of Julia is released under the MIT license, while several libraries other licenses such as gpl, lgpl, and bsd. For more information, please refer to this page. The abbreviated announcement of release 1.3.1 is as follows:
Julia v1.3.1 has been released
Julia version 1.3.1, the first patch release in the 1.3 series of releases, is now available. You can get binaries for Linux (i686, x86-64, AArch64, ARMv7 coming soon), FreeBSD (x86-64), macOS, and Windows (32-, 64-bit) at https://julialang.org/downloads.
As a patch release, 1.3.1 contains no new features or breaking changes, only bug fixes and performance improvements. You can see a list of commits included since 1.3.0 here. We recommend anyone currently using 1.3.0 upgrade to 1.3.1.
Note that 1.3 on Travis, AppVeyor (with Appveyor.jl), and Cirrus (with CirrusCI.jl) now refers to 1.3.1.
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