[ANN] Rack 1.3.7, a modular Ruby webserver interface

Hello,

Today we are proud to announce the release of Rack 1.3.7.

= Rack, a modular Ruby webserver interface

Rack provides a minimal, modular and adaptable interface for developing
web applications in Ruby. By wrapping HTTP requests and responses in
the simplest way possible, it unifies and distills the API for web
servers, web frameworks, and software in between (the so-called
middleware) into a single method call.
The exact details of this are described in the Rack specification, which
all Rack applications should conform to.

== Changes

  • January 6th, 2013: Twenty eighth public release 1.3.7
    • Add warnings when users do not provide a session secret
    • Fix parsing performance for unquoted filenames
    • Updated URI backports
    • Fix URI backport version matching, and silence constant warnings
    • Correct parameter parsing with empty values
    • Correct rackup ā€˜-Iā€™ flag, to allow multiple uses
    • Correct rackup pidfile handling
    • Report rackup line numbers correctly
    • Fix request loops caused by non-stale nonces with time limits
    • Fix reloader on Windows
    • Prevent infinite recursions from Response#to_ary
    • Various middleware better conforms to the body close specification
    • Updated language for the body close specification
    • Additional notes regarding ECMA escape compatibility issues
    • Fix the parsing of multiple ranges in range headers

== Where can I get it?

You can download Rack at
http://chneukirchen.org/releases/rack-1.3.7.tar.gz (upload
pending at time of writing)
http://rubyforge.org/projects/rack

Alternatively, you can checkout from the development repository with:
git clone git://github.com/rack/rack.git
cd rack && git checkout rack-1.3 # for this release

Happy hacking and have a nice day,

James T.
on behalf of the Rack Core Team.

3260e81ae9ec0ccb4162814de3671225a0585cf8 rack-1.3.7.tar.gz
190fd65d37664268181c18aadbbfec39f92daee0 rack-1.3.7.gem

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