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Urbit Community Update - July 2022

Urbit community newsletter for July 2022

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New version of the urbit binary (1.10)

There's a new binary release. Upgrade your binary. urbit-v1.10Arvo 418 KVere 1.10This is a minor release, with improved error handling, http2 support,and a couple bug fixes.Release Notes- adds rigorous out-of-memory detection (bail:meme), by means of afloating guard page on the loom. previous bail...

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Urbit Community Update - June 2022

Urbit community newsletter for June 2022

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Starswap launches today

Today is the launch of Starswapp.app. I'll just copy their announcement here:Last year the ERC-20 token Wrapped Star (WSTR) was launched to provide a fungible mechanism for trading stars. A pristine star can be deposited in exchange for 1.0 WSTR and vice versa currently 436 stars are deposited in...

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Walkthrough of the new improved terminal interface

Palfun-foslup walks us through all of the new terminal features in the new release:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E-6E-l1SxFw...

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New version of the urbit binary (1.9) and a new ota released

Tlon has released a new version of the urbit binary and is releasing a new OTA to go along with it.The most important thing about this release for users is that urbit-worker, urbit-king, and the urbit binary are going away, and instead the binary is now located inside your pier (the folder that has ...

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Copying the urbit executable into your pier and new ways to run pack and meld

Starting with the urbit 1.9 binary, the executable is now part of your pier (the directory that has your planet's name).Beginning with 1.9, all new installs will just work this way automatically. However, if you are upgrading, you have to run the command to move the new 1.9 binary into the pier../ur...

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Urbit Community Update - March 2022

Urbit community newsletter for March 2022

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Urbit mobile apps have been released

The Escape team has released mobile apps for IOS and Andrid

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Urbit Community Update -

Urbit community newsletter for February 2022