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Change Log

This document records all notable changes to HTTPie. This project adheres to Semantic Versioning.

1.0.3-dev (unreleased)

  • No changes yet.

1.0.2 (2018-11-14)

  • Fixed tests for installation with pyOpenSSL.

1.0.1 (2018-11-14)

  • Removed external URL calls from tests.

1.0.0 (2018-11-02)

  • Added --style=auto which follows the terminal ANSI color styles.
  • Added support for selecting TLS 1.3 via --ssl=tls1.3 (available once implemented in upstream libraries).
  • Added true/false as valid values for --verify (in addition to yes/no) and the boolean value is case-insensitive.
  • Changed the default --style from solarized to auto (on Windows it stays fruity).
  • Fixed default headers being incorrectly case-sensitive.
  • Removed Python 2.6 support.

0.9.9 (2016-12-08)

  • Fixed README.

0.9.8 (2016-12-08)

  • Extended auth plugin API.
  • Added exit status code 7 for plugin errors.
  • Added support for curses-less Python installations.
  • Fixed REQUEST_ITEM arg incorrectly being reported as required.
  • Improved CTRL-C interrupt handling.
  • Added the standard exit status code 130 for keyboard interrupts.

0.9.6 (2016-08-13)

  • Added Python 3 as a dependency for Homebrew installations to ensure some of the newer HTTP features work out of the box for macOS users (starting with HTTPie 0.9.4.).
  • Added the ability to unset a request header with Header:, and send an empty value with Header;.
  • Added --default-scheme <URL_SCHEME> to enable things like $ alias https='http --default-scheme=https.
  • Added -I as a shortcut for --ignore-stdin.
  • Added fish shell completion (located in extras/ in the Github repo).
  • Updated requests to 2.10.0 so that SOCKS support can be added via pip install requests[socks].
  • Changed the default JSON Accept header from application/json to application/json, */*.
  • Changed the pre-processing of request HTTP headers so that any leading and trailing whitespace is removed.

0.9.4 (2016-07-01)

  • Added Content-Type of files uploaded in multipart/form-data requests
  • Added --ssl=<PROTOCOL> to specify the desired SSL/TLS protocol version to use for HTTPS requests.
  • Added JSON detection with --json, -j to work around incorrect Content-Type
  • Added --all to show intermediate responses such as redirects (with --follow)
  • Added --history-print, -P WHAT to specify formatting of intermediate responses
  • Added --max-redirects=N (default 30)
  • Added -A as short name for --auth-type
  • Added -F as short name for --follow
  • Removed the implicit_content_type config option (use "default_options": ["--form"] instead)
  • Redirected stdout doesn't trigger an error anymore when --output FILE is set
  • Changed the default --style back to solarized for better support of light and dark terminals
  • Improved --debug output
  • Fixed --session when used with --download
  • Fixed --download to trim too long filenames before saving the file
  • Fixed the handling of Content-Type with multiple +subtype parts
  • Removed the XML formatter as the implementation suffered from multiple issues

0.9.3 (2016-01-01)

  • Changed the default color --style from solarized to monokai
  • Added basic Bash autocomplete support (need to be installed manually)
  • Added request details to connection error messages
  • Fixed 'requests.packages.urllib3' has no attribute 'disable_warnings' errors that occurred in some installations
  • Fixed colors and formatting on Windows
  • Fixed --auth prompt on Windows

0.9.2 (2015-02-24)

  • Fixed compatibility with Requests 2.5.1
  • Changed the default JSON Content-Type to application/json as UTF-8 is the default JSON encoding

0.9.1 (2015-02-07)

0.9.0 (2015-01-31)

  • Added --cert and --cert-key parameters to specify a client side certificate and private key for SSL
  • Improved unicode support
  • Improved terminal color depth detection via curses
  • To make it easier to deal with Windows paths in request items, \ now only escapes special characters (the ones that are used as key-value separators by HTTPie)
  • Switched from unittest to pytest
  • Added Python wheel support
  • Various test suite improvements
  • Fixed User-Agent overwriting when used within a session
  • Fixed handling of empty passwords in URL credentials
  • Fixed multiple file uploads with the same form field name
  • Fixed --output=/dev/null on Linux
  • Miscellaneous bugfixes

0.8.0 (2014-01-25)

  • Added field=@file.txt and field:=@file.json for embedding the contents of text and JSON files into request data
  • Added curl-style shorthand for localhost
  • Fixed request Host header value output so that it doesn't contain credentials, if included in the URL

0.7.1 (2013-09-24)

  • Added --ignore-stdin
  • Added support for auth plugins
  • Improved --help output
  • Improved Content-Disposition parsing for --download mode
  • Update to Requests 2.0.0

0.6.0 (2013-06-03)

  • XML data is now formatted
  • --session and --session-read-only now also accept paths to session files (eg. http --session=/tmp/session.json

0.5.1 (2013-05-13)

  • Content-* and If-* request headers are not stored in sessions anymore as they are request-specific

0.5.0 (2013-04-27)

  • Added a download mode via --download
  • Fixes miscellaneous bugs

0.4.1 (2013-02-26)

  • Fixed

0.4.0 (2013-02-22)

  • Added Python 3.3 compatibility
  • Added Requests >= v1.0.4 compatibility
  • Added support for credentials in URL
  • Added --no-option for every --option to be config-friendly
  • Mutually exclusive arguments can be specified multiple times. The last value is used

0.3.0 (2012-09-21)

  • Allow output redirection on Windows
  • Added configuration file
  • Added persistent session support
  • Renamed --allow-redirects to --follow
  • Improved the usability of http --help
  • Fixed installation on Windows with Python 3
  • Fixed colorized output on Windows with Python 3
  • CRLF HTTP header field separation in the output
  • Added exit status code 2 for timed-out requests
  • Added the option to separate colorizing and formatting (--pretty=all, --pretty=colors and --pretty=format) --ugly has bee removed in favor of --pretty=none

0.2.7 (2012-08-07)

  • Added compatibility with Requests 0.13.6
  • Added streamed terminal output. --stream, -S can be used to enable streaming also with --pretty and to ensure a more frequent output flushing
  • Added support for efficient large file downloads
  • Sort headers by name (unless --pretty=none)
  • Response body is fetched only when needed (e.g., not with --headers)
  • Improved content type matching
  • Updated Solarized color scheme
  • Windows: Added --output FILE to store output into a file (piping results in corrupted data on Windows)
  • Proper handling of binary requests and responses
  • Fixed printing of multipart/form-data requests
  • Renamed --traceback to --debug

0.2.6 (2012-07-26)

  • The short option for --headers is now -h (-t has been removed, for usage use --help)
  • Form data and URL parameters can have multiple fields with the same name (e.g.,``http -f url a=1 a=2``)
  • Added --check-status to exit with an error on HTTP 3xx, 4xx and 5xx (3, 4, and 5, respectively)
  • If the output is piped to another program or redirected to a file, the default behaviour is to only print the response body (It can still be overwritten via the --print flag.)
  • Improved highlighting of HTTP headers
  • Added query string parameters (param==value)
  • Added support for terminal colors under Windows

0.2.5 (2012-07-17)

  • Unicode characters in prettified JSON now don't get escaped for improved readability
  • --auth now prompts for a password if only a username provided
  • Added support for request payloads from a file path with automatic Content-Type (http URL @/path)
  • Fixed missing query string when displaying the request headers via --verbose
  • Fixed Content-Type for requests with no data

0.2.2 (2012-06-24)

  • The METHOD positional argument can now be omitted (defaults to GET, or to POST with data)
  • Fixed --verbose --form
  • Added support for Tox

0.2.1 (2012-06-13)

  • Added compatibility with requests-0.12.1
  • Dropped custom JSON and HTTP lexers in favor of the ones newly included in pygments-1.5

0.2.0 (2012-04-25)

  • Added Python 3 support
  • Added the ability to print the HTTP request as well as the response (see --print and --verbose)
  • Added support for Digest authentication
  • Added file upload support (http -f POST file_field_name@/path/to/file)
  • Improved syntax highlighting for JSON
  • Added support for field name escaping
  • Many bug fixes

0.1.6 (2012-03-04)

  • Fixed

0.1.5 (2012-03-04)

  • Many improvements and bug fixes

0.1.4 (2012-02-28)

  • Many improvements and bug fixes

0.1.0 (2012-02-25)

  • Initial public release