[ANN] ngx_openresty devel version 184.108.40.206 released
agentzh at gmail.com
Wed May 16 10:52:11 UTC 2012
After three days' active development, I'm happy to announce the new
development release of ngx_openresty, 220.127.116.11:
Below is the change log for this release:
* upgraded LuaJIT to 2.0.0beta10.
* see changes here: <http://luajit.org/changes.html>
* feature: added the "--with-luajit-xcflags=FLAGS" option to
"./configure" to add more C compiler options to LuaJIT's build
* upgraded LuaNginxModule to 0.5.0rc28.
* bugfix: ngx.req.socket() did not honor the "Expect:
100-continue" request header and could hang. thanks Matthieu
Tourne for the patch in pull request #107.
* bugfix: the ngx.req.socket() object (i.e., the downstream
cosocket object) did not work with HTTP 1.1 pipelined
requests at all.
* bugfix: the ngx.req.socket() object might lose the last part
of the request body when receiving data. this regression had
appeared in v0.5.0rc25. thanks Matthieu Tourne for reporting
* feature: detailed backtraces (Lua callstack) will be
automatically printed to "error.log" when the user Lua code
is interrupted by Lua exceptions. thanks Matthieu Tourne for
the patch in pull request #107.
* optimize: removed dead code found by Simon Liu via
* upgraded RdsCsvNginxModule to 0.05rc2.
* bugfix: the output buffer size would get wrong when the
"affected_rows" field is larger than a single-digit number.
thanks Wendal Chen for reporting this by using clang.
* upgraded LuaRestyStringLibrary to 0.06.
* added new Lua module "resty.random" that implements secure
random and pseudo-random string generators. thanks Chase
Colman for the patch.
* added new Lua module "resty.aes" that exposes the AES
submodule of OpenSSL via LuaJIT FFI. thanks Chase Colman for
The HTML version for this change log can be seen here:
Special thanks go to all our contributors and users for helping make
this happen :)
OpenResty (aka. ngx_openresty) is a full-fledged web application
server by bundling the standard Nginx core, lots of 3rd-party Nginx
modules, as well as most of their external dependencies. See
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