If you want to write Unison libraries and help test the language, you are in the right place. This document gives a quick project status update and rough roadmap for future work, so you have some idea of what to expect.
What's in this release?
This milestone release is mostly focused on the user experience of the Unison language and its tooling. With this release, you should be able to write new Unison code using other Unison libraries and publish new code yourself. The tools you'll use for this are your preferred text editor, theUnison Codebase ManagerandUnison Share.The codebase manager is an all-in-one tool you'll get to know well that handles everything other than text editing related to working with Unison code: typechecking it, running it, browsing the codebase, refactoring, publishing, and so on.Unison Shareis a hosted repository of browseable code from other contributors such as yourself!