Net-http-pipeline 1.0

net-http-pipeline version 1.0 has been released!

An HTTP/1.1 pipelining implementation atop Net::HTTP. A pipelined
connection
sends multiple requests to the HTTP server without waiting for the
responses.
The server will respond in-order.

== Example:

require ‘net/http/pipeline’

Net::HTTP.start ‘localhost’ do |http|
req1 = Net::HTTP::Get.new ‘/’
req2 = Net::HTTP::Get.new ‘/’
req3 = Net::HTTP::Get.new ‘/’

http.pipeline [req1, req2, req3] do |res|
  puts res.code
  puts res.body[0..60].inspect
  puts
end

end

=== 1.0 / 2011-03-29

  • API change
    • Net::HTTP::Pipeline#pipeline requires an Array of Net::HTTPRequests
      now.
  • Major enhancement
    • If a sequence of requests contains a non-idempotent request
      #pipeline now
      waits for a response to the previous request.
  • Minor enhancements
    • Check for HTTP/1.1 and persistent connections before attempting
      pipelining
    • Added Net::HTTP#persistent= to avoid pipelining-capability check.

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