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Those with Deno already installed can upgrade by running the following:
Other installation instructions can be found at deno.land. Elsewhere in Deno 1.20:
- Deno’s HTTP server now supports auto-compression for response bodies.
- Stricter defaults are featured in programmatic permissions for tests and workers. This is a breaking change.
- To upgrade an HTTP connection, a Deno namespace API was added:
Deno.upgradeHTTP().It is unstable at the moment.
- A subcommand,
deno task, has been added. This serves as a task runner, providing a convenient way of defining and executing custom commands specific to the development of a code base. But
deno task,too, currently is unstable and could change drastically in the future.
- Another subcommand,
deno bench, serves as a benchmarking tool to check code performance. It also is unstable.
- Global statics now can be used in the foreign function interface API.
- New interfaces,
Deno.UnixConn,can be used as return types for
- TypeScript 4.6 ships with Deno 1.20.
- V8 10.0 is supported.
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