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    TLDR since the title isn’t very descriptive:

    Automerge 2.0 is here and ready for production. It’s our first supported release resulting from a ground-up rewrite. The result is a production-ready CRDT with huge improvements in performance and reliability. It’s available in both JavaScript and Rust, and includes TypeScript types and C bindings for use in other ecosystems. Even better, Automerge 2.0 comes with improved documentation and, for the first time, support options for production users.

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      This looks impressive — it used to have a great feature set but poor performance, and wasn’t very accessible outside the JS sandbox, but this release seems to have nailed all those problems.