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## Version History ##
-* **0.3.0** (May 10, 2011): The installation script now performs a
- self-test and attempts to reload the system network configuration
- if DNS resolution fails. Configuration files are installed as mode
- `0644`, and `launchctl load` is invoked with the `-Fw` flags. The
- uninstallation script now works with older versions of iTerm and
- removes installed files from `/etc/resolver`. Pow can be
- configured to serve requests for unknown virtual hosts by using
- creating a special catch-all symlink named `default` in `~/.pow`.
- If the `tmp/always_restart.txt` file is present in an application,
+* **0.3.0** (May 10, 2011):
+ * The installation script now performs a self-test and attempts to
+ reload the system network configuration if DNS resolution fails.
+ * Configuration files are installed as mode `0644`, and
+ `launchctl load` is invoked with the `-Fw` flags.
+ * The uninstallation script now works with older versions of iTerm
+ and removes installed files from `/etc/resolver`.
+ * Pow can be configured to serve requests for unknown virtual hosts
+ by creating a special catch-all symlink named `default` in
+ `~/.pow`.
+ * If the `tmp/always_restart.txt` file is present in an application,
Pow will restart it before every request (useful with bare Rack
apps or frameworks like Sinatra that don't manage code
- reloading). `POW_TIMEOUT` is now specified in seconds instead of
- milliseconds, and a new `POW_EXT_DOMAINS` option defines a list of
- top-level domains that Pow will handle (but not serve DNS requests
- for). Requests without a `Host:` header no longer raise an
- exception, and URLs with `..` are now properly passed through to
- the Rack application. Error messages have been redesigned to
- include links to the manual and wiki. A more helpful error message
- has been added for Rails 2.3 apps without a `config.ru` file. You
- can print the full Pow configuration in shell format with `pow
- --print-config`, and third-party apps can request information
+ reloading).
+ * `POW_TIMEOUT` is now specified in seconds instead of milliseconds,
+ and a new `POW_EXT_DOMAINS` option defines a list of top-level
+ domains that Pow will handle (but not serve DNS requests for).
+ * Requests without a `Host:` header no longer raise an exception,
+ and URLs with `..` are now properly passed through to the Rack
+ application.
+ * Error messages have been redesigned to include links to the
+ manual and wiki.
+ * A more helpful error message has been added for Rails 2.3 apps
+ without a `config.ru` file.
+ * You can print the full Pow configuration in shell format with
+ `pow --print-config`, and third-party apps can request information
about the running Pow server via the `http://pow/config.json` and
`http://pow/status.json` endpoints.

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