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* [ANN] unicorn 0.91.0 - finally supports HTTP/0.9!
@ 2009-09-04 19:23 14% Eric Wong
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From: Eric Wong @ 2009-09-04 19:23 UTC (permalink / raw)
  To: mongrel-unicorn

Unicorn is a Rack HTTP server for Unix, fast clients and nothing else.

18 years too late, Unicorn finally gets HTTP/0.9 support as HTTP
was implemented in 1991.

Shortlog as follows:

Eric Wong (16):
      Documentation updates
      examples/echo: "Expect:" value is case-insensitive
      http: make strings independent before modification
      http: support for multi-line HTTP headers
      tee_input: fix rdoc
      unicorn_http: "fix" const warning
      http: extension-methods allow any tokens
      http: support for simple HTTP/0.9 GET requests
      test_http_parser_ng: fix failing HTTP/0.9 test case
      launcher: defer daemonized redirects until config is read
      test to ensure stderr goes *somewhere* when daemonized
      http: SERVER_PROTOCOL matches HTTP_VERSION
      http: add HttpParser#headers? method
      Support HTTP/0.9 entity-body-only responses
      Redirect files in binary mode
      unicorn 0.91.0

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-- 
Eric Wong

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