There's mainly a fix/workaround for Ruby 2.3 now returning locale-aware strings for File.readlink and our test suite using strange paths allowed by *nix. https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/12034 tcp_listener_stats won't return "true" object placeholders if stats are configured for a non-existent listener. There are also minor optimizations for Ruby 2.2+ (at the expense of 2.1 and earlier). And the usual round of minor tweaks and doc updates. 10 changes since v0.15.0: gemspec: avoid circular dependency on unicorn remove optimizations which made sense for older rubies linux: workaround Ruby 2.3 change linux: remove Pathname stdlib dependency add .gitattributes for Ruby method detection middleware: minor bytecode size reduction doc: update URLs and references README: remove indentation from URLs in RDoc linux: tcp_listener_stats drops "true" placeholders build: use '--local' domain for dev gem install
Thanks to Doug Forster for sending us the report. No other fixes * check for the existence of linux/tcp.h
Eric Wong (7): linux_inet_diag: annotate memory freeing on diag errors README: trim intro and update license modernize packaging and documentation move mailing list to email@example.com linux_inet_diag: clarify *fprintf usage without GVL TODO: add item for unix_diag and udp_diag linux_inet_diag: fix Wshorten-64-to-32 warnings Hleb Valoshka (1): Add setup and teardown for ipv6 tests
Most notably, this release is necessary for Ruby 2.2 (dev). Thanks to Koichi Sasada for the bug report! Eric Wong (5): Rakefile: remove raa_update task last_data_recv: do not assume Unicorn includes all constants raindrops.gemspec: add wrongdoc dev dependency linux_inet_diag: fix Ruby 2.2 (dev) build license: use LGPLv2.1 or later (was LGPL (2.1|3.0)-only) Hleb Valoshka (1): Remove Scope IDs from IPv6 addresses.
This release fixes builds on systems where compilers target i386 (and not later x86 systems). There are also minor improvements for Ruby 2.1.0dev and Rubinius. Eric Wong (5): doc: add email address to generated doc/site README: update regarding Ruby support status extconf: try harder for gcc atomics in i386-configured systems linux_inet_diag: improve compatibility with newer GCs test_watcher: fix for Ruby trunk r40195 and later
Eric Wong (7): raindrops: favor configured processor count over online count watcher: set Content-Type via assignment Linux::TCP_Info: implement #get! instance method linux_inet_diag: avoid unnecessary sockaddr initialization .gitignore: add .rbx switch back to gemspec development dependencies linux_inet_diag: better align listener_stats struct Lawrence Pit (1): Watcher: Use relative paths in HTML links
Improvements to the Unix domain socket handling and small bugfixes throughout. Support for the "unix_diag" facility in Linux 3.3+ is planned but not yet implemented (patches to firstname.lastname@example.org appreciated) Brian Corrigan (1): resolve symlinks to Unix domain sockets Eric Wong (6): unix_listener_stats follows and remembers symlinks middleware/proxy: favor __send__ for method dispatch unix: show zero-value stats for idle listeners test_watcher: fix incorrect request/date comparison watcher: sort index of listener listing watcher: do not require Rack::Head for HEAD response See "git log v0.9.0..v0.10.0" for full details
Raindrops::Middleware::Proxy now forwards method_missing to the proxied body object. This allows compatibility with non-standard Rack extensions employed by some middlewares, applications, or servers. Thanks to Ben Somers for the feature!
This release fixes a build problem found under a current SmartOS. This release also runs successfully on FreeBSD 9.0 under both x86-64 and i386. There are also documentation updates from Aman Gupta and a test suite fix from Jeremy Evans for OpenBSD. raindrops fully supports unicorn on recent versions of FreeBSD, OpenBSD, SmartOS, and possibly other Free Software systems. Portability reports and fixes for Free Software systems is greatly appreciated at email@example.com Non-Free systems will never be supported. raindrops requires the Linux 2.6.18 or later for full functionality (which unicorn does not require). Future releases will take advantage of the unix_diag functionality found in the Linux 3.3 (and later) kernels.
There are various updates to the Raindrops::Watcher Rack app. Most notably, the timestamp where the a statistic first and last hit its peak value (active/queued connections) is captured. As usual, the latest Raindrops::Watcher is running at: http://raindrops-demo.bogomips.org/