Nginx-1.0.0

Changes with nginx 1.0.0 12 Apr
2011

*) Bugfix: a cache manager might hog CPU after reload.
   Thanks to Maxim D..

*) Bugfix: an "image_filter crop" directive worked incorrectly 

coupled
with an “image_filter rotate 180” directive.

*) Bugfix: a "satisfy any" directive disabled custom 401 error page.


Igor S.

Hi Igor,
Congratulations! Thanks for your hard work for so many years.

2011/4/12 Igor S. [email protected]

Congratulations!

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 01:19:45PM +0400, Igor S. wrote:

Changes with nginx 1.0.0 12 Apr 2011

WooHoo!
!


Sergey A. Osokin
[email protected]
[email protected]

these are great news! thanks a lot!

2011/4/12 Sergey A. Osokin [email protected]

WoW [email protected]!!!

Congratulations!!!

2011/4/12 Jonathan L. [email protected]

great work! thanks

Yay! Congrats! Parabns!

Regards,
Rogrio Schneider

All should be fine, just make sure your modules are compatible.

Boyko

There were no API changes in 0.9 as compared to 0.8. It should work.


Igor S.

12.04.2011, 17:38, “Akins, Brian” [email protected] ():

I haven’t been using the .9 branch at all. We have some modules we
wrote
for .8.x. Anyone know of any obvious gotchas when we move to 1.x?


Brian A.

Bravo! Congrats for the good work!
Also looking forward to the backend keepalive in the 1.x branch :slight_smile:

Thanks Igor for this high quality software and code.
Matthieu.
On Apr 12, 2011 8:34 AM, “SplitIce” [email protected] wrote:

There were no API changes in 0.9 as compared to 0.8. It should work.


Igor S.

12.04.2011, в 17:38, “Akins, Brian” [email protected] написал(а):

I haven’t been using the .9 branch at all. We have some modules we
wrote

Now that svn is exposed it should be s lot easier to contribute :slight_smile:

On 4/12/11 1:10 PM, “Michael S.” [email protected] wrote:

Now that svn is exposed it should be s lot easier to contribute :slight_smile:

Does someone want to mirror to github? :wink:


Brian A.

Now that you’ve made a subversion repository available, will you
continue to make development releases, or will “svn head” displace that?

Thanks for all the great work and congratulations on this milestone.

Cliff

Nice milestone hopefully this milestone will result in some feature
development (Hint: HTTP 1.1 keepalive backend) now that the core is
considered stable.

Thank you as always Igor for your hard work.

SplitIce

2011/4/12 Igor S. [email protected]

Congratulations and the best for all!

Posted at Nginx Forum:
http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,190422,190690#msg-190690

Igor,

Can you build a good abacus in nginx? Looks like I need it: 50 years,
not 40! :wink:
Still, congrats on the timing.

A.

Igor,

Everybody congratulated you on the good job. I definitely could do the
same but I want to congratulate you on the date chosen. This is how
you build legends.

One more significance to the number 40 :
http://www.ecclesia.org/truth/40.html :wink:

Antoine.

On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 10:47:58AM -0700, Cliff W. wrote:

Now that you’ve made a subversion repository available, will you
continue to make development releases, or will “svn head” displace that?

I did not decided yet.


Igor S.

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