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-1.0.0:
+1.0.0
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* Fancy new DSL
-0.9.0:
+0.9.0
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* Rename the project to cool.io
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* Bump the version all the way to 0.9! Hell yeah! 1.0 soon!
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* Rename the main module from Rev to Coolio, with deprecation warnings for Rev
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* Use Jeweler to manage the gem
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* Update to RSpec 2.0
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* Update to libev 4.01
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* Initial Rubinius support
-0.3.2:
+0.3.2
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* Perform a blocking system call if we're the only thread running (1.8 only)
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* Run in non-blocking mode if we're the only thread in the process (1.8 only)
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* Make Rev::Loop#run_nonblock signal-safe
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* Fix spurious firing of Rev::AsyncWatchers
-0.3.1:
+0.3.1
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* Configurable intervals for Rev::StatWatcher
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* Fix broken version number :(
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* Removed warning about spuriously readable sockets from Rev::Listener
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* Rev::Listener ignores ECONNABORTED from accept_nonblock
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* Document rationale for EAGAIN/ECONNABORTED handling in Rev::Listener
-0.3.0:
+0.3.0
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* Add Rev::StatWatcher to monitor filesystem changes
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* Add Rev::Listener#fileno for accessing the underlying file descriptor
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* Support for creating Rev::Listeners from existing TCPServers/UNIXServers
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* Upgrade to libev 3.8
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* Simplified code loading
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* Pull in iobuffer gem and change outstanding uses of Rev::Buffer to IO::Buffer
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* Fix memory leaks resulting from strange semantics of Ruby's xrealloc
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* Rev::UNIXServer: use path instead of the first argument
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* Rev::Server-based classes can build off ::*Server objects
-0.2.4:
+0.2.4
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* Ugh, botched my first release from the git repo. Oh well. Try, try again.
-0.2.3:
+0.2.3
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* Initial Windows support
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* Initial Ruby 1.8.7 and 1.9.1 support
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* Upgrade to libev 3.52
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* Add checks for sys/resource.h and don't allow getting/setting maxfds if it
isn't present
-0.2.2:
+0.2.2
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* Correct a pointer arithmetic error in the buffering code that could result
in data corruption.
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* Upgrade to libev 3.41
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* Relax HTTP/1.1 reponse parser to allow the "reason" portion of the response
header to be omitted
-0.2.1:
+0.2.1
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* Upgrade to libev 3.31
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* Rev::Loop#run_once and Rev::Loop#run_nonblock now return the number of events
received when they were running
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* Remove inheritence relationship between Rev::IO and Rev::IOWatcher
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* Loosen HTTP/1.1 response parser to accept a common malformation in HTTP/1.1
chunk headers
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* Add underscore prefix to instance variables to avoid conflicts in subclasses
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* Remove Rev::SSLServer until it can be made more useful
-0.2.0:
+0.2.0
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* Initial Ruby 1.8.6 support
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* Omit Rev::LIBEV_VERSION constant
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* Catch Errno::ECONNRESET when writing to sockets
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* SSL support via Rev::SSL, with a small C extension subclassing Ruby's
OpenSSL::SSL::SSLSocket allowing for non-blocking SSL handshakes
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* Initial Rev::Utils implementation with #ncpus and methods to query and
change the maximum number of file descriptors for the current process.
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* Initial Rev::AsyncWatcher implementation for cross-thread signaling
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* Handle unspecified Content-Length when encoding is identity in HttpClient
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* Fix bug in HttpClient processing zero Content-Length
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* Get rid of method_missing stuff in Rev::HttpClient
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* Have Rev::HttpClient close the connection on error
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* Allow Rev::TCPSocket#on_connect to be private when accepting connections
from a Rev::TCPServer
-0.1.4:
+0.1.4
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* Calibrate Rev::TimerWatchers against ev_time() and ev_now() when the watcher
is attached to the loop to ensure that the timeout interval is correct.
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* Add check to ensure that a Rev::Loop cannot be run from within a callback
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* Store Rev::Loop.default in a Thread-specific instance variable
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* Upgrade libev to 0.3.0
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* Rename BufferedIO to IO
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* Fixed bug in BufferedIO#write_output_buffer causing it to spin endlessly on
an empty buffer.
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* Added has_active_watchers? to Rev::Loop to check for active watchers
-0.1.3:
+0.1.3
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* Fixed bug in Rev::Buffer read_from and write_to: now rb_sys_fail on failed
reads/writes.
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* Change Rev::Buffer memory pools to purge on a periodic interval, rather than
whenever the GC marks the object.
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* Fix bug in tracking the active watcher count. Factor shared watcher behavior
from rev_watcher.h to rev_watcher.c.
-0.1.2:
+0.1.2
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* Commit initial specs
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* Improve RDoc for the library
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* Eliminate "zero copy" writes as they bypass the event loop
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* Added Rev::Buffer C extension to provide high speed buffered writes
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* Implement Rev::TCPSocket#peeraddr to improve compatibility with Ruby sockets
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* Added Rev::Listener.close for clean shutdown of a listener
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* Rev::Loop.default used to call ev_loop_default() (in C). However, this
registers signal handlers which conflict with Ruby's own. Now the behavior
has been changed to return a thread-local singleton of Rev::Loop.
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* Creating a new Rev::TCPListener will disable reverse lookups in BasicSocket
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* Made backlog for Rev::TCPListener user-definable
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* Rev::TCPSocket now implements an on_resolve_failed callback for failed DNS
resolution. By default it's aliased to on_connect_failed.
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* Changed event_callbacks to use instance_exec rather than passing the
watcher object as an argument. Documented use of defining an event
callback as a block
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* Subsecond precision for Rev::TimerWatchers
-0.1.1:
+0.1.1
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* Added Rev::HttpClient, an asynchronous HTTP/1.1 client written on top of
the Rev::TCPSocket class
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* Imported HTTP response parser from the RFuzz project
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* Added exception handling for Errno::ECONNRESET and Errno::EAGAIN
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* Fixed bugs in buffered writer which resulted in exceptions if all data
couldn't be written with a nonblocking write.
-0.1.0:
+0.1.0
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-* Initial public release
+* Initial public release
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