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if someone would like to continue with immutant in the current state, that would be great for the community! My perf-fork has derived quite a lot from the original, have removed features, added some, reformatted code and rewritten many parts of it, the old tests don’t pass. I don’t have time to resolve all the broken parts for a reliable 3.0.0 version. Could pull into some small perf fixes to the new (alive) immutant repo if that would happen, but still believe there is room for a clean slate minimalistic wrapper. Here’s the diff: