[ANN] ngx_lua v0.2.0 is now released with lots of bug fixes
ypxiao at corp.netease.com
Tue Jul 5 09:45:30 MSD 2011
On Tue, Jul 5, 2011 at 1:33 PM, agentzh <agentzh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, folks!
> After 5 months' active development, the ngx_lua module v0.2.0 release
> is now finally released:
> This release contains lots of bug fixes as well as some new features.
> Many many thanks go to all our users and contributors worldwide,
> especially moodydeath :)
> The ngx_lua module embeds the Lua/LuaJIT interpreter into the nginx
> core and integrates the powerful Lua threads (aka Lua coroutines) into
> the nginx event model by means of nginx subrequests.
> You can get the latest source code and full documentation from the
> ngx_lua's project page:
> This module is now included in our ngx_openresty bundle:
> Here goes the complete change log for this release:
> * now we support ngx.var, ngx.var, and etc to refer to the nginx
> regex capturing variables \$1, \$2, and etc in Lua. this resolved
> github issue #43. thanks Tobia Conforto for reporting it.
> * now we use the same value overriding mechanism as ngx_rewrite's set
> command for ngx.var.VAR = new_value. Assigning values to special
> variables like $limit_rate and $args should now work; also writing to
> built-in variables that are not changeable (like $arg_PARAMETER) will
> result in a 500 error page, as expected, now. thanks Richard Kearsley
> for reporting it.
> * fixed the lua_code_cache off warning when the lua_code_cache is
> explicitly on. thanks Feng Xingguo.
> * applied the patch from cyberty to add ngx.http_time() function to
> expose the nginx core function ngx_http_time to the Lua land.
> * fixed an issue on i386: we now use off_t consistently. mixing it
> with size_t on 32-bit systems can cause Bad Things. this fixed github
> issue #42. thanks moodydeath.
> * fixed an issue on i386: fixed a formatter mismatch issue in
> ngx_http_echo_adjust_subrequest. thanks Wang Bin. This caused
> incorrect subrequest Content-Length header when a body is specified.
> * now in the subrequest capturing processor, we worked around an issue
> in ngx_http_static_module that when it issues 301 redirect for
> directory access w/o a trailing slash, it does not inject
> r->headers_out.location into the r->headers_out.headers list. thanks
> moodydeath for reporting it in the discussion of github issue #41.
> * fixed a bug in ngx.location.capture() and
> ngx.location.capture_multi() that we could not capture locations with
> internal redirections in them. thanks moodydeath for reporting it in
> github issue #41.
> * fixed redundant last chunk issue for ngx.exec() invocation at
> rewrite and access phases: we should quit the current core_run_phases
> cycle; this also fixed github issue #40: 2 Subrequest calls when using
> access_by_lua, ngx.exec and echo_location.
> * fixed ngx.exit(status) where status >= 200 and status < 300 for
> access_by_lua* and rewrite_by_lua*: it should quit the whole request
> altegother and skip all those subsequent phase handlers (if any).
> thanks moodydeath for reporting it.
> * fixed github issue #39: setting differnt response headers in Lua
> with common prefix might interfere with each other. thanks moodydeath.
> * fixed GitHub issue #38: request headers did not forward to
> subrequests when the "method" or "body" option is explicitly specified
> by a non-nil value for ngx.location.capture(). thanks Richard
> * fixed a bug in output header set; we should always set the
> header->hash to 1. thanks moodydeath for reporting it.
> * fixed spots that trigger the "variable set but not used" warning
> issued by gcc 4.6.0.
> * now we turn the ngx.req.header table into an ngx.req.get_headers()
> function; we also added ngx.req.set_header(name, value) and
> ngx.req.clear_header(name). thanks moodydeath.
> * now we make ngx_devel_kit (NDK) optional. thanks Kirill A. Korinskiy.
> * removed a duplicate definition of the ngx_str_set macro caught by
> ctags; also fixed a warning thrown by gcc -O3 on Mac OS X 10.6.
> * added patch to use PCRE related Lua extensions in ngx_lua (chaoslawful)
> * now we change the way we process HTTP 1.0 requests by automatically
> buffering all the user outputs generated by ngx.print()/ngx.say()
> calls, which is much more natural than the old broken way.
> * fixed the "ngx.exec() after ngx.location.capture() hanging" bug for
> rewrite_by_lua* and access_by_lua* as well. thanks Wendal Chen.
> * applied a patch from moodydeath to introduce the "ngx.is_subrequest"
> * now we encourage use of the client_body_in_single_buffer directive
> instead of big client_body_buffer_size when lua_need_request_body is
> turned on.
> * fixed the config script and added extra linking options needed by
> LuaJIT in 64-bit Mac OS X.
> * fixed the zero size alert caused by ngx.print("") in Lua.
> * now we always allocate r->request_body for subrequests when the
> method option is specified for ngx.location.capture*. this prevents
> accidental inheritance of parent request's request body when
> client_body_buffer_size < client_max_body_size.
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