Unit 1.20.0 release
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Fri Nov 27 15:17:12 UTC 2020
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8. okt. 2020 11:15 PM je oseba "Valentin V. Bartenev" <vbart at nginx.com>
> I'm glad to announce a new release of NGINX Unit.
> It is yet another big release, featuring ASGI support for Python and a
> long list
> of other improvements and bug fixes.
> ASGI 3.0 is a modern standardized interface that enables writing natively
> asynchronous web applications making use of the async/await feature
> inlatest versions of Python. Now, Unit fully supports it along with WSGI.
> Even more, Unit automatically detects the interface your Python app is
> (ASGI or WSGI); the configuration experience remains the same, though.
> our take on ASGI relies on Unit's native high-perf capabilities to
> To learn more about the new feature, check out the documentation:
> - https://unit.nginx.org/configuration/#python
> In addition, we've prepared for you a couple of howtos on configuring
> ASGI-based frameworks with Unit:
> - Quart: https://unit.nginx.org/howto/quart/ (note a simple WebSocket
> - Starlette: https://unit.nginx.org/howto/starlette/
> Finally, we've updated the Django howto to include the ASGI alternative:
> - https://unit.nginx.org/howto/django/
> Changes with Unit 1.20.0 08 Oct
> *) Change: the PHP module is now initialized before chrooting; this
> enables loading all extensions from the host system.
> *) Change: AVIF and APNG image formats added to the default MIME type
> *) Change: functional tests migrated to the pytest framework.
> *) Feature: the Python module now fully supports applications that use
> the ASGI 3.0 server interface.
> *) Feature: the Python module now has a built-in WebSocket server
> implementation for applications, compatible with the HTTP &
> ASGI Message Format 2.1 specification.
> *) Feature: automatic mounting of an isolated "/tmp" file system into
> chrooted application environments.
> *) Feature: the $host variable contains a normalized "Host" request
> *) Feature: the "callable" option sets Python application callable
> *) Feature: compatibility with PHP 8 RC 1. Thanks to Remi Collet.
> *) Feature: the "automount" option in the "isolation" object allows to
> turn off the automatic mounting of language module dependencies.
> *) Bugfix: "pass"-ing requests to upstreams from a route was broken;
> bug had appeared in 1.19.0. Thanks to 洪志道 (Hong Zhi Dao) for
> discovering and fixing it.
> *) Bugfix: the router process could crash during reconfiguration.
> *) Bugfix: a memory leak occurring in the router process; the bug had
> appeared in 1.18.0.
> *) Bugfix: the "!" (non-empty) pattern was matched incorrectly; the bug
> had appeared in 1.19.0.
> *) Bugfix: fixed building on platforms without sendfile() support,
> notably NetBSD; the bug had appeared in 1.16.0.
> I would very much like to highlight one of these changes. Perhaps the
> noticeable, it is still important for the entire project: our functional
> moved to a more feature-rich pytest framework from the native Python
> module that we've used previously. This change should enable us to write
> sophisticated tests, boosting the overall quality of our future releases.
> All in all, this is a genuinely solid release, but I'm still more excited
> about the things yet to come. Yes, even more great features are coming our
> way very shortly! Right now, we are tinkering with route matching patterns
> to support regular expressions; working on keepalive connection caching;
> adding multithreading to application modules; and finally, fabricating the
> metrics API!
> We encourage you to follow our roadmap on GitHub, where your ideas and
> are always more than welcome:
> - https://github.com/orgs/nginx/projects/1
> Stay tuned!
> wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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> unit at nginx.org
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