Elixir library to inflect Russian first, last, and middle names

Elixir reports the emergence of the inflections of Russian names
30 June 2017   1574

Elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications

A latter-day dynamic functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications, Elixir announces the introduction of the ability to inflect Russian first, last, and middle names as this is one of the crucial features of the Russian language.

The project team realizes that Russian is hard and inflecting names in Russian is even harder, yet faces the challenge fearlessly and recommends its users to do so.

To try the new feature out you will need some basic Russian knowledge as you have to understand how grammatical cases work.

Go here to learn more and give it a try.

Elixir v1.7.0-rc.0 Released

Development team ask community to try out new release 
17 July 2018   1293

Elixir team rolled out zero release candidate for version 1.7.0.

Hi everyone,

We have just released v1.7.0-rc.0.

Please give it a try! You can either compile the v1.7 branch from source OR use the precompiled files, as described in our install page 11.

Note that you will need {:ex_doc, "~> 0.19-rc"}if you want to generate docs using the release candidate.

Happy coding!


Creator, Elixir

Currently Elixir supports two metadata keys: :deprecated and :since. Other keys will be added in the future. 

To access the new documentation, developers should use Code.fetch_docs/1. The old documentation format is no longer available and the old Code.get_docs/1 function will return nil accordingly.

Tools like IEx and ExDoc have been updated to leverage the new format and show relevant metadata to users

Learn more at GitHub