Most notably the mailing list is now subscription-optional on the bogomips.org server: email@example.com If you want to keep receiving email updates, you'll need to resubscribe by sending a message to: firstname.lastname@example.org Migrating subscribers can't be done automatically as librelist (our old host) doesn't publish subscriber lists. But you don't have to subscribe, either, HTTP archives are available at: http://bogomips.org/sleepy-penguin/ There you'll also find links to ssoma/public-inbox for extracting the mail archives to git. shortlog: test_kqueue_io: add test for deleting items test_inotify: add test for rm_watch extconf: detect inotify_init1 in libc inotify: cleanup Inotify::Event creation switch documentation to olddoc change mailing list to email@example.com relax license to LGPLv2.1+ (from v2.1 && v3 only) cleanup documentation links and ignores gemspec: add dev dependency on test-unit 3.x README: label the link to the mailing list archives GNUmakefile: drop more RubyForge references README: stop mentioning Rubinius gemspec: use minitest, not test-unit
Most notably, this fixes memory leaks for any users of inotify reads, epoll/kevent waiting using short-lived thread. Users of long-lived threads for these functions (all Rainbows!, yahns, and zbatery users) are not affected. A fair amount of internal cleanup was necessary for this. Compatibility with non-Linux systems without clock_gettime is improved, thanks to Lin Jen-Shin. Note: the kevent code is not at all optimized and still uses RARRAY_PTR, so it likely sucks under rbx and MRI 2.1. Eric Wong (13): test_epoll: minor compatibility fix for Ruby 2.1.0 avoid RARRAY_PTR usage for Linux-only bits init: avoid redefinition warning for _GNU_SOURCE Rakefile: kill raa_update task util: minor cleanup to favor rb_io_get_io tests: switch to minitest test_epoll: switch test_dup_and_fork to exit! remove all signalfd-related files tests: remove version-dependent FD_CLOEXEC checks work around lack of rb_io_get_io in Rubinius value2timespec: use StringValueCStr for correctness refactor and fix leak from thread-local storage use extconf: avoid unnecessary linkage against libkqueue Lin Jen-Shin (1): Support for broken system without clock_gettime.
epoll support and thread-safety improvements. The dangerous Epoll::IO interface is now an option for those who want to share an epoll descriptor across fork and maintain their own IO object references to avoid extra overhead. Use the regular (high-level) Epoll interface unless you're willing to shoot yourself in the face. There is also preliminary Kqueue support (which should work under libkqueue on Linux). Similar to our epoll interface (and unlike most event libraries/frameworks) our kqueue interface also supports one-shot notifications and _embraces_ multi-threaded use. Note: unlike epoll, kqueue has close-on-fork behavior, so kqueue descriptors are not (ever) inheritable across fork. Added EPOLLWAKEUP constant (Linux 3.5 + glibc 2.17 required) to allow descriptors to prevent system suspend while active (this requires the CAP_BLOCK_SUSPEND privilege). Inotify and Epoll interfaces now use thread-local buffers for thread-safety and improved concurrency without GVL. Errno::EINTR is no longer propagated into Ruby-land, for consistency with existing Ruby IO APIs.
* add TimerFD::CANCEL_ON_SET constant ref: http://www.man7.org/tlpi/api_changes/ * fix concurrent Epoll#wait on the same epoll fd * SignalFD interface removed (unworkable with Ruby runtimes) * use rb_update_max_fd() if available (Ruby 1.9.3) * reintroduce SLEEPY_PENGUIN_VERSION constant ("3.1.0")
One bugfix: * epoll: avoid race condition in EINTR checking Even if we timeout while getting an EINTR, we'll retry epoll_wait() with a zero timeout like IO.select does in Ruby to avoid raising Errno::EINTR.
Epoll#wait always waits the specified amount of time and never raises Errno::EINTR. Disabled operations on Fixnum file descriptors, only IO objects may be passed to Epoll methods. Cross-thread Epoll#close behavior matches Ruby 1.9.3dev. Improved Rubinius support (lightly tested).
There are many internal cleanups, bugfixes, and incompatible API changes. The API will probably be stable from now on. All the flag passing is less verbose, in the past you had to do: tfd = TimerFD.new(TimerFD::CLOEXEC|TimerFD::NONBLOCK) Now, you can just do (the old way still works): tfd = TimerFD.new([:CLOEXEC, :NONBLOCK]) A SignalFD interface now exists, but is not recommended since MRI signal handling seems to conflict with it. Inotify#close no longer holds the GVL while closing the descriptor since it is an expensive operation. See git log v1.4.0..v2.0.0 for all the gory details.
* Epoll#wait: do not automatically retry on EINTR * preliminary Inotify support * Epoll.new no longer defaults to close-on-exec TODO: FANotify + SignalFD
One bugfix for Epoll#delete: Eric Wong (1): safer closed checks for proxied objects
This release introduces compatibility with pre-EPOLLRDHUP systems. It also optimizes syscalls away for Epoll#set and Epoll#delete. Epoll#add, Epoll#mod and Epoll#del should no longer be needed in most code.