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Cordova-lib Release
17 Sep 2018

We are happy to announce that cordova-lib 8.1.0 was released in September 2018.

Release Highlights

The purpose of this release is to resolve npm audit issues, use recent releases of cordova-android and cordova-windows, and include some other recent updates. Here are the important changes:

  • GH-691 update to use cordova-windows@~6.0.x by default
  • GH-646 Update Android platform to latest release
  • CB-14148 remove nonsense "www" platform from Cordova listing (GH-620)
  • CB-14243 change dash to underscore for save-exact key reference (GH-631)
  • GH-630 Improve plugman/uninstall.js messages
  • GH-628 Fix promise handling when removing multiple plugins
  • CB-14033 Support symbolic dir links on Windows (GH-621)
  • CB-13055 Fold all fetch options to true (GH-624)
  • GH-617 Set the fetch option to true in plugman
  • CB-13532 Find plugins in devDependencies
  • GH-611 Fix ElementTree error about unclosed XML tag
  • GH-611 Dependency cleanup - update and remove several dependencies
  • GH-693 Add browser default engine

Deprecation Note

As NodeJS 4.x support ended on April 30th, 2018, we are proceeding with our previously announced deprecation timeline. This is probably the last release that will support NodeJS 4.x.


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