We are pleased to announce the release of HDFql 1.3.0. With this, HDFql brings support of opaque datatypes, which (among other benefits) allow abstraction from data details.

This version includes:

  • Support of opaque datatypes
  • Features to show objects by their creation order
  • Error reporting mechanism
  • Updated reference manual
  • (Please check the release notes for further details)

What’s next? HDFql 1.4.0 will be released soon – time to crack the code of the original renegade of programming languages:

  • Support of Fortran

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