We’ve just released ramda-adjunct v2.14.0. This release brings ramda placeholder (currying) support for additional functions that hadn’t had them before. All of our predicate functions (and others) did not recognize the ramda placeholder when passed as only parameter. This meant that the following construct was not possible before but it’s possible now:
We haven’t implemented auto-curry support for binary functions as we considered it unnecessary. But there is question of keeping full consistency with ramda and supporting usecases where the auto-curry for binary functions is really necessary.
Below is a list of functions that have received auto-curry support:
We also progressively continue our effort to make the way how we produce our tests fully consistent, we’re at 50% of full consistency now. Our user base is steadily growing, currently we are at 650K downloads monthly. The list of npm dependents is also growing steadily, currently we’re looking at 109 public libraries using ramda-adjunct.
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