Rack 1.1.1.pre, and notes on other potential releases

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James Tucker

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Feb 9, 2011, 10:24:09 PM2/9/11
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Hi All,

I have just pushed rack-1.1.1.pre. It's effectively up for rails testing (as they need it for the 2.x series release). I'm planning on pushing the same code base in roughly 24H if no issues arise.

I know many of you are keen for a 1.3 release. I want to do that when I have time. At present I'd really like to finish up 1.9 support, Multipart issues and correctly fix Encoding issues (our current included patches are wrong, as per Nahis advice). This will take some time, so I can't put a stake in the sand at this point.

As for a 1.2 release, I'd like to start prepping that ASAP (probably before the 1.3 release), but I haven't even looked at the water to see how much needs to be included.

There's more patch backlog to get through as well, that I'm well aware of. I'm also considering to make life easier, we might want to start phasing out Lighthouse. At this point it still has some valuable resources though, so we should get those enacted first.

Apologies to the rails folks for the long wait, and thanks for being patient.

Regards,

James Tucker

Christian Neukirchen

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Feb 11, 2011, 5:15:25 PM2/11/11
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James Tucker <jftu...@gmail.com> writes:

> Hi All,
>
> I have just pushed rack-1.1.1.pre. It's effectively up for rails testing (as they need it for the 2.x series release). I'm planning on pushing the same code base in roughly 24H if no issues arise.

+1

> There's more patch backlog to get through as well, that I'm well aware of. I'm also considering to make life easier, we might want to start phasing out Lighthouse. At this point it still has some valuable resources though, so we should get those enacted first.

+1

> Apologies to the rails folks for the long wait, and thanks for being patient.
>
> Regards,
>
> James Tucker

Thank you very much for your efforts!

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Christian Neukirchen <chneuk...@gmail.com> http://chneukirchen.org

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