While getting ready for 1.0.0,
we merged some changes that created a very funny behaviour:
null == null # false
If you’re wondering what the problem is, well, when we evaluate null
we always create a new Null object rather than re-using one (a-la singleton),
so when you end up comparing those 2 objects…well, they’re different.
This was a trivial fix and
we’ve already released 1.0.2 to address the issue. As usual:
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