Today, we’re announcing the release of TypeScript 1.0.1. This release addresses user-reported issues around stability, performance, and Visual Studio 2012 compatibility. The upgrade is available as part of the Visual Studio 2013 Update 2, a Visual Studio 2012 power tool, npm package, and as source.
We’re also announcing the support plan for TypeScript going forward. We’re hard at work on new features, including many leveraging capabilities in upcoming versions of Visual Studio. We will be moving our development efforts from Visual Studio 2012 to more recent releases, starting with Visual Studio 2013 Update 2. The TypeScript 1.0.1 release will be the final release supported on Visual Studio 2012. This will allow us to make the next TypeScript a more full-featured development experience in future releases.
- Fixes for compiler performance regression, compiler crash for self-referencing modules, and incorrect type for MutationObserver
- Additionally, fixes for compiler correctness around super calls and lambdas, codegen where parentheses were too aggressively removed, and general compiler reliability
- Visual Studio: Fixes to HighDPI, debugger reliability, and nav bar reliability