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  • v1.4.0 Changes

    • ⚠ Response is no more a String, and the mixin is replaced by an abstract_response, existing calls are redirected to response body with a warning.
    • enable repeated parameters '', :param1 => ['one', 'two', 'three'], => :param2 => 'foo' (patch provided by Rodrigo Panachi)
    • πŸ›  fixed the redirect code concerning relative path and query string combination (patch provided by Kevin Read)
    • 🚚 redirection code moved to Response so redirection can be customized using the block syntax
    • 0️⃣ only get and head redirections are now followed by default, as stated in the specification
    • added RestClient.add_before_execution_proc to hack the http request, like for oauth

    The response change may be breaking in rare cases.

  • v1.3.1 Changes

    • βž• added compatibility to enable responses in exception to act like Net::HTTPResponse
  • v1.3.0 Changes

    • a block can be used to process a request's result, this enable to handle custom error codes or paththrought (design by Cyril Rohr)
    • ⚠ cleaner log API, add a warning for some cases but should be compatible
    • πŸ‘€ accept multiple "Set-Cookie" headers, see (patch provided by Cyril Rohr)
    • βœ‚ remove "Content-Length" and "Content-Type" headers when following a redirection (patch provided by haarts)
    • πŸ‘» all http error codes have now a corresponding exception class and all of them contain the Reponse -> this means that the raised exception can be different
    • πŸ”„ changed "Content-Disposition: multipart/form-data" to "Content-Disposition: form-data" per RFC 2388 (patch provided by Kyle Crawford)

    πŸ‘» The only breaking change should be the exception classes, but as the new classes inherits from the existing ones, the breaking cases should be rare.

  • v1.2.0 Changes

    • formatting changed from tabs to spaces
    • logged requests now include generated headers
    • accept and content-type headers can now be specified using extentions: "", { 'x' => 1 }.to_json, :content_type => :json, :accept => :json
    • πŸ“¦ should be 1.1.1 but renamed to 1.2.0 because 1.1.X versions has already been packaged on Debian
  • v1.1.0 Changes

    All changes exept the last one should be fully compatible with the previous version.

    ⚑️ NOTE: due to a dependency problem and to the last change, heroku users should update their heroku gem to >= 1.5.3 to be able to use this version.