A new stable release update has been released for the Cosmos SDK 0.39 Release Series, codenamed Launchpad.
In compliance with Launchpad’s release policy, v0.39.2 is a bugfix-only release, as such neither breaks backward compatibility with Launchpad’s previously released versions nor requires client app’s code changes.
During the last stable release development cycle, we’ve integrated a number of bugfixes and a couple of nice additions coming directly from the
Among the various bugfixes, it’s worth mentioning that the execution of the
ApproxRoot() method of the
Dec type is now bounded by a fixed upper limit (thanks Miguel Dingli for that!), votes queries to the
gov module sent through the RESTful endpoints have been fixed,
BIP44Params‘s string representations now carry the
m/ prefix as mandated by the BIP44 specifications (credits to Federico Kunze), and the
keys add command’s interactive mode now works as expected and no longer fails to generate a mnemonic.
The icing on the cake is the addition of support for
denom client app’s custom validation (*nudge-nudge-wink-wink* Billy Rennekamp) and the inclusion of extended build time information such as the build dependencies to the
version --long command’s output.
Last but not least – this stable release update comes equipped with Tendermint v0.33.9, which carries very juicy fixes and improvements — special thanks to Tess Rinearson and her team!
Release notes are available here. See the Cosmos SDK 0.39.2 milestone for details. Just type the following in a terminal at the root directory of your app’s source code to upgrade your application’s dependencies to v0.39.2:
$ go get firstname.lastname@example.org ; go mod tidy
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