Ngx_openresty 1.0.6.22 released

Hi, folks!

I’m happy to announce that the stable release of ngx_openresty,
1.0.6.22,
has just been released:

http://openresty.org/#Download

Here goes the complete change log for this release, as compared to the
last
stable release, 1.0.6.12:

  • added new option -jN (e.g., -j8, -j10, and etc.) to OpenResty’s
    ./configure script to allow parallel build of the dependencies like
    LuaJIT; thanks @Lance.

  • upgraded LuaNginxModule to v0.3.1rc8.

    • exposes the CRC-32 API of the Nginx core to the Lua land, in the
      form of the ngx.crc32_short and ngx.crc32_long methods. thanks
      @Lance.
    • now ngx.exec() supports lua table as the second args argument
      value.
      thanks sexybabes.
    • implemented the ngx.headers_sent API to check if response
      headers
      are sent (by ngx_lua). thanks @hugozhu.
    • now we also return the Last-Modified header (if any) for the
      subrequest response object. thanks @cyberty and sexybabes.
    • fixed an issue in ngx.redirect, ngx.exit, and ngx.exec: these
      function calls would be intercepted by Lua pcall/xpcall because
      they
      used lua exceptions; now they use lua yield just as
      ngx.location.capture. thanks @hugozhu for reporting this.

OpenResty (aka. ngx_openresty) is a full-fledged web application server
by
bundling the standard Nginx core, lots of 3rd-party Nginx
moduleshttp://wiki.nginx.org/3rdPartyModules,
as well as most of their external dependencies.

By taking adantage of various well-designed Nginx modules, OpenResty
effectively turns the nginx server into a powerful web app server, in
which
the web developers can use the Lua programming language to script
various
existing nginx C modules and Lua modules and construct extremely
high-performance web applications that is capable to handle 10K+
connections.

OpenResty aims to run your server-side web app completely in the Nginx
server, leveraging Nginx’s event model to do non-blocking I/O not only
with
the HTTP clients, but also with remote backends like MySQL, PostgreSQL,
Memcached, and Redis.

You can find more details on the homepage of ngx_openresty here:

http://openresty.org

Have fun!
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