[ANN] Thin 1.0.0 That's What She Said release

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Marc-André Cournoyer, Sep 30, 2008.

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    Subject: [ANN] Thin 1.0.0 That's What She Said release

    Hey all,

    Thin version 1.0.0 (codename That's What She Said) is out!

    Yes 1.0! That doesn't mean it's bug free or anything. But, it does
    mean that it's been running on a number of servers and no show stopper
    bugs have been found since a while.

    Also see http://macournoyer.wordpress.com/2008/09/30/thin-10/

    == What's new?

    * Fixed vlad.rake to allow TCP or socket [hellekin]
    * Updated Mack adapter to handle both <0.8.0 and >0.8.0 [Mark Bates]
    * rails rack adapter uses File.readable_real? so it recognizes ACL
    permissions [Ricardo Chimal]
    * Log a warning if Rack application returns nil body [Michael S.
    Klishin]
    * Handle nil and Time header values correctly [#76 state:resolved]
    [tmm1]
    * Add Content-Length header to response automatically when possible
    [#74 state:resolved] [dkubb]
    * Runner now remembers -r, -D and -V parameters so that clustered
    servers inherit those and
    keep your parameters.
    * Make Set-Cookie header, in Rails adapter, compatible with current
    Rack spec [Pedro Belo]
    [#73, state:resolved]
    * Add --no-epoll option to disable epoll usage on Linux [#61
    state:resolved]
    * Add --force (-f) option to force stopping of a daemonized server
    [#72 state:resolved]
    * Update halycon adapter loader [mtodd]

    == Get it!

    Install Thin from RubyForge:

    gem install thin

    Or using my mirror:

    gem install thin --source http://code.macournoyer.com

    == Contribute

    Site: http://code.macournoyer.com/thin/
    Group: http://groups.google.com/group/thin-ruby/topics
    Bugs: http://thin.lighthouseapp.com/projects/7212-thin
    Code: http://github.com/macournoyer/thin
    IRC: #thin on freenode

    Thanks to all the people who contributed to Thin, EventMachine, Rack
    and Mongrel.

    Marc-Andre Cournoyer
    http://macournoyer.com/
    Marc-André Cournoyer, Sep 30, 2008
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    Wayne Seguin Guest

    Nicely done Marc-Andr=E9. Great work. Thank you *very* much for your =20
    contribution to the community.

    ~Wayne

    On Sep 30, 2008, at 09:13 , Marc-Andr=E9 Cournoyer wrote:

    >
    > To: ,
    > Subject: [ANN] Thin 1.0.0 That's What She Said release
    >
    > Hey all,
    >
    > Thin version 1.0.0 (codename That's What She Said) is out!
    >
    > Yes 1.0! That doesn't mean it's bug free or anything. But, it does
    > mean that it's been running on a number of servers and no show stopper
    > bugs have been found since a while.
    >
    > Also see http://macournoyer.wordpress.com/2008/09/30/thin-10/
    >
    > =3D=3D What's new?
    >
    > * Fixed vlad.rake to allow TCP or socket [hellekin]
    > * Updated Mack adapter to handle both <0.8.0 and >0.8.0 [Mark Bates]
    > * rails rack adapter uses File.readable_real? so it recognizes ACL
    > permissions [Ricardo Chimal]
    > * Log a warning if Rack application returns nil body [Michael S.
    > Klishin]
    > * Handle nil and Time header values correctly [#76 state:resolved]
    > [tmm1]
    > * Add Content-Length header to response automatically when possible
    > [#74 state:resolved] [dkubb]
    > * Runner now remembers -r, -D and -V parameters so that clustered
    > servers inherit those and
    > keep your parameters.
    > * Make Set-Cookie header, in Rails adapter, compatible with current
    > Rack spec [Pedro Belo]
    > [#73, state:resolved]
    > * Add --no-epoll option to disable epoll usage on Linux [#61
    > state:resolved]
    > * Add --force (-f) option to force stopping of a daemonized server
    > [#72 state:resolved]
    > * Update halycon adapter loader [mtodd]
    >
    > =3D=3D Get it!
    >
    > Install Thin from RubyForge:
    >
    > gem install thin
    >
    > Or using my mirror:
    >
    > gem install thin --source http://code.macournoyer.com
    >
    > =3D=3D Contribute
    >
    > Site: http://code.macournoyer.com/thin/
    > Group: http://groups.google.com/group/thin-ruby/topics
    > Bugs: http://thin.lighthouseapp.com/projects/7212-thin
    > Code: http://github.com/macournoyer/thin
    > IRC: #thin on freenode
    >
    > Thanks to all the people who contributed to Thin, EventMachine, Rack
    > and Mongrel.
    >
    > Marc-Andre Cournoyer
    > http://macournoyer.com/
    >
    >
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