[erlang-questions] Cowboy and Ranch 0.9.0 released
Fri Nov 15 02:57:17 CET 2013
Very excited to hear of this. Cowboy is very good to use.
On Nov 15, 2013 12:23 AM, "Loïc Hoguin" <> wrote:
> Hello shiny people,
> Cowboy 0.9.0 has been released. Ranch 0.9.0 has been released too! So
> let's start with that.
> Ranch 0.9.0 is just stability improvements, better error reporting and a
> couple new SSL options.
> Cowboy 0.9.0 is using it of course, and also has official SPDY support
> (documented and everything!), a revamped cowboy_static (built-in mimetypes
> support, and also documented), tons of additions to the guide, tons of user
> patches and other changes you can find here:
> * https://github.com/extend/cowboy/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md
> Which reminds me, I want to thank all 70 awesome contributors (myself
> included) that make the Cowboy project so fun to work on! So, thank you!
> When upgrading, please be aware that:
> * A dependency has been added, cowlib
> * Various undocumented functions have been moved to cowlib
> * The options for cowboy_static changed a lot, so read the guide
> * You need to set ERL_LIBS or equivalent for cowboy_static to find your
> private directory now
> You can find the updated guide on http://ninenines.eu BUT do note that
> I'm migrating the site so if you do not see "Contribute to this site" in
> the bottom left next to "Contact", then you are on the old version and
> should probably head to github for your documentation needs, or use the
> files in your clone directly. I also have improvements left to make to the
> site to make navigating documentation easier, so stay tuned!
> Speaking of the guide, now all the examples, but also the getting started
> chapter of the guide, are releases. I am hopeful that this will make more
> people use releases by default instead of an awful start.sh script.
> For details on what's coming up next, see the ROADMAP. Next step (0.10) is
> finishing the request body work, fixing some timeout issues and adding
> proper multipart support for both requests and responses. This will be the
> last significant step before 1.0. I have hopes that all this will be ready
> around the time R17 is released.
> So yeah, enjoy! And as always please forward any feedback, especially
> related to the user guide as this is my main focus now.
> Loïc Hoguin
> Erlang Cowboy
> Nine Nines
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