RSS All releases tagged Stable

  •  02 Feb 2014 01:48

Release Notes: This release fixes EventMachine support. There's nothing relevant for most users who do not use EventMachine.

  •  28 Feb 2013 02:35

Release Notes: This release adds hijacking support for Rack 1.5.x users. There is also a new -N/--no-default-middleware option, and a few corner-case bugfixes/cleanups.

  •  19 Jan 2013 01:11

Release Notes: This release fixes two EventMachine bugs.

  •  06 Dec 2012 23:57

Release Notes: This release adds a bugfix to allow stream(:keep_open) in Sinatra (and possibly other async.callback users) to work properly with EventMachine. There are no changes for non-EventMachine users.

  •  31 Aug 2012 04:43

Release Notes: This release adds one bugfix for users of Fiber-based concurrency options.

  •  18 Aug 2012 08:21

Release Notes: For epoll/ concurrency models, shutdown() is now used to timeout keepalive clients to avoid race conditions. Minor documentation improvements were made.

  •  02 Sep 2011 05:41

Release Notes: This release fixes a potential reentrancy deadlock when using the default logger from the Ruby standard library.

  •  20 Aug 2011 01:47

Release Notes: This release included changes from Unicorn 4.1.0. The deprecated Rainbows::HttpResponse class was removed. Logging of errors is more consistent with the changes in Unicorn 4.1.0. There were minor documentation updates.

  •  06 Aug 2011 02:36

Release Notes: This release includes updates to support WebSockets under Cramp 0.14 and later. This will be the last release which supports Cramp 0.13. There are no changes in this release for non-Cramp users.

  •  31 Jul 2011 07:53

Release Notes: Minor internal cleanups were done. kgio was bumped to version 2.5 to remove the dependency on io/wait. kgio 2.5 or later is now required. (kgio 2.6 or later will be required in the next release.)


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