HHVM 3.10 Brings More Performance Improvements, Improved Reflection
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 21 October 2015 at 03:27 PM EDT. 5 Comments
HHVM 3.10 was released today as the newest version of Facebook's interpreter for PHP and their Hack programming languages.

HHVM 3.10 delivers strstr() performance improvements, fixes to rand() for "very large integers", XDebug compatibility and resource usage fixes, improved reflection support, and various other bug fixes and performance improvements. Facebook's Hack language has also seen a handful of specific improvements too with HHVM 3.10.

More details on HHVM 3.10 over at HHVM.com.
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