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CVS commit: wip/ap2-passenger
Module name: wip
Committed by: fhajny
Date: Wed Nov 30 11:10:31 UTC 2011
wip/ap2-passenger: Makefile PLIST distinfo
wip/ap2-passenger/patches: patch-aa patch-ac patch-af
Update ap2-passenger to 3.0.11
Changes in pkgsrc package
* Support for Ruby>1.8 versions; PKGNAME changed accordingly, e.g.
* Support for GCC 4.6 on SunOS.
Changes in 3.0.11
* Fixed a compilation problem on platforms without alloca.h,
such as FreeBSD 7.
* Improved performance and solves some warnings on Xen systems by compiling
with '-mno-tls-direct-seg-refs'. Patch contributed by Michal Pokrywka.
Changes in 3.0.10
* [Nginx] Dropped support for Nginx versions older than 1.0.0
* [Nginx] Fixed support for Nginx 1.1.4+
* [Nginx, Standalone] Upgraded default Nginx version to 1.0.10
The previously default version was 1.0.5.
* [Nginx] New option passenger_max_requests
This is equivalent to the PassengerMaxRequests option in the Apache
version: Phusion Passenger will automatically shutdown a worker process
once it has processed the specified number of requests.
Contributed by Paul Kmiec.
* [Apache] New option PassengerBufferResponse
The Apache version did not buffer responses. This could block the Ruby
worker process in case of slow clients. We now enable response buffering
by default. It can be turned off through this option. Feature contributed
by Ryo Onodera.
* Fixed remaining Ruby 1.9.3 compatibility problems
We already supported Ruby 1.9.3 since 3.0.8, but due to bugs in Ruby
1.9.3's build system Phusion Passenger would fail to detect Ruby 1.9.3
features on some systems. Fixes issue #714.
* Fixed a bug in PassengerPreStart
A regression was introduced in 3.0.8, causing the prespawn script to
connect to the host name instead of to 127.0.0.1. Fix contributed by
* Fixed compatibility with GCC 4.6
Affected systems include Ubuntu 11.10.
* Fixed various compilation problems.
* Fixed some Ruby 1.9 encoding problems.
* Fixed some Ruby 1.9.3 deprecation warnings.
Changes in 3.0.9
* [Nginx] Fixed a NULL pointer crash that occurs on HTTP/1.0 requests
when the Host header isn't given.
* Fixed deprecation warnings on RubyGems >= 1.6.
* Improved Union Station support stability.
Changes in 3.0.8
* [Nginx] Upgraded preferred Nginx version to 1.0.5.
* [Nginx] Fixed various compilation problems on various platforms.
* [Nginx] We now ensure that SERVER_NAME is equal to HTTP_HOST
without the port part.
This is needed for Rack compliance. By default Nginx sets SERVER_NAME to
whatever is specified in the server_name directive, but that's not
necessarily the correct value. This fixes, for example, the use of
the 'map' statement in config.ru.
* [Nginx] Added the options passenger_buffer_size, passenger_buffers and
passenger_busy_buffers_size. These options are similar to proxy_module's
similarly named options. You can use these to e.g. increase the maximum
header size limit.
* [Nginx] passenger_pre_start now supports virtual hosts that listen
on Unix domain sockets.
* [Apache] Fixed the pcre.h compilation problem.
* [Standalone] Fixed 'passenger stop'.
It didn't work properly because it kept waiting for 'tail' to exit.
We now properly terminate 'tail' as well.
* Fixed compatibility with Rake 0.9.
* Fixed various Ruby 1.9 compatibility issues.
* Various documentation improvements.
* New Union Station filter language features.
It now supports status codes and response times.
Please refer to https://engage.unionstationapp.com/help#filtering
for more information.
To generate a diff of this commit:
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r0 -r1.1 \
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.2 -r1.3 wip/ap2-passenger/patches/patch-ac \
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.4 -r1.5 wip/ap2-passenger/patches/patch-aa
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.5 -r1.6 wip/ap2-passenger/Makefile \
cvs -z3 rdiff -u -r1.7 -r1.8 wip/ap2-passenger/distinfo
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