On Monday, 29 February 2016 at 07:54:09 UTC, Sönke Ludwig wrote:
Am 29.02.2016 um 00:47 schrieb sigod:
On Saturday, 27 February 2016 at 16:21:05 UTC, Sönke Ludwig
This is a small bugfix release that mainly fixes two critical
- FreeListRef!T, which is used heavily in the HTTP server
its reference count in an unallocated memory region,
possible memory leaks or memory corruption
- A TCP connection with a non-empty write buffer that got
the remote peer and locally at the same time could result
calling task to starve (i.e. it got never resumed after
execution). In particular, this could happen when
servers with the HTTP client in conjunction with
You forgot to update site header.
Thanks, also forgot the documentation (even if nothing has
Is there any plans on when big split will happen?
It will be a step-by-step process. I'm currently working on a
new version of the `vibe.core` package that contains some large
changes under the hood. Once that is in a functional state,
I'll look into how to enable optional replacement of the
existing vibe:core package by this new, separately hosted
vibe-core package. vibe:core, at that point, will only receive
bug fixes and continues to live for a while (let's say a year
or one and a half).
The same procedure will then happen for vibe:http (the new
package will include HTTP/2 support) and the other sub packages.
All of the new packages will get a version number of 1.0.0,
once they can be considered reasonably stable.
One unfortunate aspect of my current work on vibe-core is that
I'm building on a new event loop abstraction that I built as a
prototype to see where the performance bottlenecks of the
current system are. libasync was too slow and it had a too
complicated structure to make quick tests for improving
performance. Now I'm leaning towards finalizing the new
prototype library and proposing it for Phobos inclusion at some
Sönke, is your current work on core available somewhere?
Since my vibe.d related work isn't stable it wouldn't a problem
to use unstable core-component. It is better than rewriting later
if a lot of things change.