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kgio 2.11.0 - reverting 2.10.0 breakage / 2016-12-16 22:56 UTC

Mainly this release reverts back to kgio 2.9.3 behavior by
supporting "autopush" functionality in the C extension.
Removing this feature in 2.10.0 was a monumental mistake(*) on
my part which caused a performance regression for ONE known user
of kgio on the deprecated (but supported) Rainbows! server.

This release does not affect known users outside of Rainbows!,
but we may have unknown users, too.

The attempt at a pure Ruby version of autopush had flaws and
regressions in real-world testing, so that was abandoned.

So yeah, kgio will be supported indefinitely even in the face
of internal changes to MRI, but I strongly discourage its use
for new projects.
Users who only support Ruby 2.3 (and later) are encouraged to
use `exception: false` with all *_nonblock methods.

4 changes since 2.10.0:

      resurrect Kgio.autopush support in pure Ruby [REVERTED]
      reinstate the original (and dangerous) autopush in C
      TODO: update with Ruby 2.3 status
      test: increase test data sizes to fill socket buffers

(*) - as was making this a separate project, at all

kgio 2.10.0 - slimming down... / 2015-09-06 08:12 UTC

The largely-unused autopush functionality is now a no-op.
Existing applications will probably not notice, and are
better off using MSG_MORE anyways if they're on Linux.

Our poll(2) wrapper now uses rb_hash_clear if available,
reducing global method cache dependence.

shortlog of changes since 2.9.3:

      README: remove reference to Rainbows!
      writev: update comment on preserving errno
      poll: avoid rb_funcall for rb_hash_clear
      minor doc updates
      remove autopush support and make it a no-op
      HACKING: update URL for Message-ID lookup

kgio 2.9.3 - minor cleanups and fixes / 2015-01-12 08:46 UTC

Most notably there's a new RB_GC_GUARD to fix an occasional segfault at
load time for Ruby 1.8 users thanks to Petr Novodvorskiy for reporting
the issue.

There's been a new mailing list for a few months now at:

    kgio-public@bogomips.org

No subscription is required, but if you wish to subscribe
(existing librelist subscribers must resubscribe)

    kgio-public+subscribe@bogomips.org

There's also a bunch of code cleanups and packaging
cleanups.  Our website is faster now thanks to olddoc:

    http://bogomips.org/kgio/

shortlog:

      test/lib_read_write: fix trywritev blocking test
      new mailing list info: kgio-public@bogomips.org
      relax license to allow LGPLv2.1 or later
      gemspec: modernize for more recent rubygems
      doc: switch to olddoc
      remove references to rubyforge and ancient Rubies
      TODO: updates for the future of kgio
      tryopen: add RB_GC_GUARD for Ruby 1.8
      LICENSE: prefer URL to FSF address
      cleanup packaging harder
      fixup -Wshorten-64-to-32 warnings
      cleanup: avoid shadowing rb_str_subseq
      cleanup: avoid shadowing rb_ary_subseq
      pkg.mk: synchronize with my other projects
      gemspec: remove invalid rdoc_options
      gemspec: use SPDX license abbreviation

kgio 2.9.2 - avoid deprecated/removed function / 2014-02-15 09:27 UTC

This release is for compatibility with future releases of mainline ruby,
as rb_thread_blocking_region is removed in r44955 of ruby trunk
This also avoids deprecation warnings fo rb_thread_blocking_region
2.0 and 2.1.

kgio 2.9.1 - various Ruby 1.8.7 fixes / 2014-02-05 17:50 UTC

Thanks to Christopher Rigor for this release.

Eric Wong (2):
      only define and test kgio_syssend on 1.9+
      various 1.8.7 fixes

kgio 2.9.0 - cleanups, bug fixes, minor improvements / 2014-02-04 03:09 UTC

This adds a new kgio_syssend method for Ruby 1.9+ which behaves
like BasicSocket#send, but will not raise exceptions on EAGAIN.

Eric Wong (12):
      test_poll: remove race prone test_poll_EINTR_changed test
      tryopen: remove RARRAY_PTR usage in init
      read_write: remove the rest of RARRAY_PTR usage
      my_writev: stylistic fixes
      Rakefile: kill raa_update task
      avoid downsizing casts
      connect: constify RSTRING-related things
      set RSTRING_MODIFIED where appropriate for Rubinius
      split read_write.c into {read,write,writev}.c
      add kgio_syssend method to wrap send(2)
      write: correct check for various blocking regions
      tryopen: additional debug information for bad Errno values

Hleb Valoshka (1):
      Don't use deprecated api

kgio 2.8.1 - minor improvements and test fixes / 2013-09-11 00:22 UTC

Improved error reporting for kgio_accept/kgio_tryaccept.
Minor size reduction throughout.  There are also several
test case fixes for race conditions.

Thanks to Hleb Valoshka and the Debian project for all the
help with this release!

Eric Wong (7):
      check syscall returns against < 0 instead of == -1
      accept: more informative exception on unknown family
      test_tryopen: skip EACCES test when euid == 0
      test/lib_read_write: account for larger-than-normal pipes
      test_poll: avoid potentially thread-unsafe test
      test_poll: preserve original trap(:USR1) handler
      test_poll: be less dependent on signal handler ordering

Hleb Valoshka (4):
      Change prefix of temporary sockets to prevent races
      Don't dump 20M in case of failure
      Create own directory for every unix socket in unit tests
      Close tempfile and unlink it immediately.

kgio 2.8.0 - TCP Fast Open, writev/trywritev / 2013-01-18 10:52 UTC

TCP Fast Open in Linux 3.7 and later is now supported
in the client via Kgio::Socket#kgio_fastopen.

This release also adds the kgio_writev and
kgio_trywritev methods, thanks to funny-falcon

kgio 2.7.4 - small fixes and cleanups / 2012-03-24 01:15 UTC

Fix build for platforms lacking both TCP_CORK _and_ TCP_NOPUSH
There are many test case fixes and cleanups, too.

kgio 2.7.3 - compatibility fixes / 2012-03-15 07:11 UTC

Fixed build and autopush support under Debian GNU/kFreeBSD.
Test case fixes for timing-sensitive tests.

kgio 2.7.2 - for older, and older Rubies / 2012-01-08 03:42 UTC

Fix a missing #include for Ruby 1.8.5 users.  No need to
upgrade to this (nor 2.7.1) if you're on a modern version
of Ruby.

kgio 2.7.1 - compatibility with older Rubies / 2012-01-08 01:59 UTC

This release fixes some compatibility issues with people
stuck on older versions of Ruby/RubyGems.

* define RARRAY_PTR/RARRAY_LEN macros for Ruby 1.8.6
* test/test_autopush: skip strace tests if not available
* gemspec: disable development dependencies for old systems

kgio 2.7.0 - minor updates / 2011-12-13 06:16 UTC

When running under Ruby trunk/2.0.0dev, all IO objects created
by kgio will be close-on-exec by default to match the (future)
2.0.0 behavior.  accept()ed sockets in kgio have always been
close-on-exec by default..

Singleton Kgio.accept_* methods are deprecated as the
kgio_accept/kgio_tryaccept methods all take an additional
flags argument.

There are various, test, documentation, and error message
improvements.

kgio 2.6.0 - minor feature update and cleanups / 2011-07-15 02:01 UTC

We now export SOCK_NONBLOCK, SOCK_CLOEXEC constants in the Kgio
namespace to make kgio_tryaccept/kgio_accept easier-to-use.
There are also some minor internal cleanups.

kgio 2.5.0 - a minor feature update / 2011-06-20 19:30 UTC

* Kgio::File.tryopen method added.  It is like File.open
  but won't raise exceptions.  The Kgio::File class includes
  Kgio::PipeMethods, so FIFOs opened through this get the
  kgio_* API.

* The kgio_wait_*able methods in Kgio::DefaultWaiters
  now accept an optional timeout argument.

kgio 2.4.2 - OpenSolaris build fix / 2011-06-14 18:41 UTC

* adds -lnsl and -lsocket checks for OpenSolaris

kgio 2.4.1 - Kgio.poll avoids EINTR, really / 2011-05-21 02:54 UTC

This release fixes a race condition that could allow
Errno::EINTR to be raised even though the 2.4.0 release
was supposed to stop that.

Nobody uses Kgio.poll, really, so this shouldn't be an issue
for real code, yet.

kgio 2.4.0 - portability fixes and more / 2011-05-05 22:58 UTC

== All supported platforms (*nix + MRI 1.8+, Rubinius)

* OpenBSD (and possibly other *BSD) fixes, thanks to Jeremy Evans.

* kgio_accept and kgio_tryaccept now take an optional second argument
  for flags (like the accept4() flags argument).

== Ruby 1.9-only things

* Kgio.poll no longer raises Errno::EINTR to match IO.select.

== Ruby 1.9 trunk things

* close() on an active FD in a different thread is better
  handled/detected.

* copy-on-write for strings is properly triggered

kgio 2.3.3 - minor fixes / 2011-03-15 12:09 UTC

We no longer over-allocate memory for Kgio.poll (1.9.x-only).
Under Ruby 1.9.3dev, we also use rb_thread_io_blocking_region
to properly deal with cross-thread IO#close.

kgio 2.3.2 - OpenBSD build fix / 2011-02-15 16:56 UTC

Thanks to Jeremy Evans, this release fixes the build under OpenBSD.

kgio 2.3.1 - compatibility fix / 2011-02-14 00:51 UTC

* connect.c: disable AI_NUMERICSERV

  It's not needed since we already verify the service is a
  numeric port.  AI_NUMERICSERV is not available in older glibc
  (<2.3.4) and probably other old systems.

kgio 2.3.0 - MSG_PEEK and poll(2) support / 2011-02-09 10:26 UTC

recv() with MSG_PEEK for sockets is added with the try*
interface.  SocketMethods#kgio_trypeek and
SocketMethods#kgio_peek or Kgio.trypeek for non-Kgio-enabled
sockets.

For Ruby 1.9 only: poll(2) is exposed via the Kgio.poll
singleton method and should provide an alternative for IO.select
users.

Both of these new features should work well on modern Unix-like
operating systems.

kgio 2.2.0 - kinder, gentler I/O for the Internets / 2011-02-04 03:07 UTC

* sockets accept()ed by a TCP_NOPUSH/TCP_CORK listener
  automatically flush on kgio_*read calls if there is pending
  data.  "Kgio.autopush = false" disables this globally,
  and Kgio::Socket also get "kgio_autopush=" to enable/disable
  on a per-object individual basis.

* ECONNRESET exceptions get empty backtraces for kgio_*read.
  There's nothing a programmer can do about these, so there's
  no point in going through the expensive backtrace generation
  process.

* Kgio.try* singleton methods added for working with non-Kgio
  enhanced objects.  No more needing to use Object#extend
  and blowing away your method cache to make existing I/O
  objects kinder and gentler.

* IPv6 support should be complete, systems without a native
  getaddrinfo(3) are now unsupported (and will remain so
  unless somebody complains).

There should be no other backwards-incompatible changes other
than requiring getaddrinfo(3) and friends for IPv6 support.

kgio 2.1.1 - one small Rubinius fix / 2010-12-26 02:08 UTC

We now avoid errno side-effects in kgio_wait_*able methods.
This affects Rubinius, but may affect other Ruby platforms
(particularly those that use stdio) as well.

kgio 2.1.0 - accept improvements and fixes / 2010-12-26 01:07 UTC

kgio_accept and kgio_tryaccept now take an optional argument
to override the default Kgio::Socket class that is returned.

These methods also fall back to using regular accept() if
kgio was built on a system with accept4() and later run on
a system without accept4().

kgio 2.0.0 - major internal API changes / 2010-11-19 01:18 UTC

(no code changes from 2.0.0pre1)

This release should make Kgio easier and more consistent
to use across a variety of libraries/applications.

The global Kgio.wait_*able(=) accessor methods are gone in favor
of having default kgio_wait_readable and kgio_wait_writable
methods added to all Kgio-using classes.  Sub-classes may (and
are encouraged to) redefine these if needed.

Eric Wong (7):
    expand Kgio::*#kgio_read! documentation
    prefer symbolic names for waiting read/writability
    EOFError message matches Ruby's
    README: Gemcutter => RubyGems.org
    update documentation with mailing list info
    add default kgio_wait_*able methods
    switch entirely to kgio_wait_*able methods

kgio 2.0.0pre1 - major internal API changes / 2010-11-18 23:16 UTC

This release should make Kgio easier and more consistent
to use across a variety of libraries/applications.

The global Kgio.wait_*able(=) accessor methods are gone in favor
of having default kgio_wait_readable and kgio_wait_writable
methods added to all Kgio-using classes.  Sub-classes may (and
are encouraged to) redefine these if needed.

Eric Wong (7):
      expand Kgio::*#kgio_read! documentation
      prefer symbolic names for waiting read/writability
      EOFError message matches Ruby's
      README: Gemcutter => RubyGems.org
      update documentation with mailing list info
      add default kgio_wait_*able methods
      switch entirely to kgio_wait_*able methods

kgio 1.3.1 - fix zero-length reads / 2010-10-08 22:20 UTC

kgio_read and kgio_tryread will now return an empty string when
a length of zero is specified instead of nil (which would signal
an EOF).  This emulates the behavior of IO#read, IO#readpartial,
IO#sysread, IO#read_nonblock in core Ruby for consistency.

kgio 1.3.0 - bug and usability fixes / 2010-10-08 03:03 UTC

* make Kgio::WaitWritable and Kgio::WaitReadable symbols
* trywrite: fix stupid off-by-one error causing corrupt writes
  on retries

kgio 1.2.1 - doc and *BSD workarounds / 2010-10-07 07:20 UTC

This fixes our accept4() wrapper which did not work as expected
on some *BSD-based systems due to fcntl(fd, F_GETFL) returning
false information.  Linux 2.6+ users are unnaffected, including
those without accept4().

Also some RDoc fixes.

kgio 1.2.0 - cleanups and minor improvements / 2010-10-05 23:14 UTC

The C extension is now split into several files for
ease-of-maintenance.

Slightly more common, client-triggerable exceptions (EOFError,
Errno::EPIPE, Errno::ECONNRESET) are now less expensive as they
are generated without backtraces.

kgio 1.1.0 - flexible accept methods / 2010-09-29 01:17 UTC

* alternate classes may now be returned by accept/tryaccept
  by setting Kgio.accept_class=

kgio 1.0.1 - compatibility fixes / 2010-09-28 03:00 UTC

* add compatibility for ancient Rubies (1.8.6)
* linux: fix accept4() support for newer Linux

kgio 1.0.0 - initial release / 2010-09-28 00:29 UTC

A kinder, gentler I/O library for Ruby

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