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0.2.1 ‘Rated R’
configcommand now prints the configuration in TOML format and can be used to create a configuration file for the current configuration. (#54)
- Routinator now builds and runs on Windows. Given that Windows is a Rust
tier 1 platform, we wanted to see how difficult it is to get this
going. Note that you will need the
rsyncexecutable that comes with Cygwin. (#55)
- Actually use
$HOME/.routinator.confas the default config file as promised by the documentation. (#49)
- Fix a compile time error on 32 bit systems.
0.2.0 ‘Instant Gezellig’
- The command line arguments have been restructured to use commands to determine the mode of operation rather than options. In the course of that, some options changed, too. (#35)
- Add trust anchor information to the CSV, JSON, and RPSL output. (#21)
- Add a configuration file for all standard options and the options for the RTR server mode. (#35)
- Add a
Dockerfilefor building and deploying through Docker. Thanks to David Monosov. (#23)
- Output from the rsync runs is now send to the logger and will be handled according to log settings. Output to stderr is logged with log level warn, stdout is logged with info. (#27)
- New options for daemon mode:
chroot. Options to change the user and group in daemon mode are coming soon. (#42)
- In daemon mode, forking now happens after the TALs are checked so that you can see the error messages and that it fails.
- New VRP output format
openbgpdwhich produces a
roa-setfor OpenBGPD config. Thanks to Job Snijders. (#32)
- A new command line and config file option
rsync-commandallows to choose which command to run for rsync. A new config file option
rsync-argsallows to provide arguments to rsync. (#41)
- The default output format was accidentally changed to
none. It is
- Caching of CRL serial numbers for CAs with large manifests leads to about half the validation time for the current repository. (#34)
0.1.2 ‘And I Cry If I Want To’
- Panic in iterating over the withdrawals in an RTR set.
- When comparing serial numbers for RTR Serial Query, looked at the oldest known serial not the newest, always returning an empty change set.
0.1.1 ‘Five-second Rule’
Initial public release.