TorqueBox v4.0.0.beta3 Release Notes

Release Date: 2016-06-17 // over 7 years ago
    • ๐ŸŒ The rack gem dependency of torquebox-web was loosened in preparation for Rack 2.0.

    • ๐Ÿ›  The --exclude option to torquebox jar was fixed to match based on a more natural --exclude foo instead of requiring a leading slash as in --exclude /foo. The leading slash variant will continue to work as well.

    • ๐Ÿ‘ Long-running monitored daemon support was added. When running in a WildFly cluster, the daemons can optionally be singletons (one instance running per cluster). See the API docs for TorqueBox::Daemon for more details.

    • Calling env.each_pair on the Rack environment hash would sometimes only iterate over some of the hash. This is fixed so that it will iterate over the entire hash as expected.

    • ๐ŸŽ Our performance-optimized RackEnvironmentHash implemention had a method override that was incompatible with JRuby This has been removed and JRuby versions >= should work again.

    • When running java -jar my_torquebox_app.jar -S ... default gems (json, rake, etc) may not have been found or even bundled inside the jar file correctly. Now they are.

    • The WunderBoss version was bumped to 0.12.1, bringing in newer versions of Infinispan, Undertow, and several other of the underlying libraries. This also allows us to support running inside WildFly 10.0.0.Final.

    • โœ… Integration tests are now run against WildFly 9.0.1.Final and WildFly 10.0.0.Final.

    • ๐Ÿ’Ž Empty 304 responses sent from a Ruby application were ending up with a Transfer-Encoding: chunked header added and could result in the request hanging for some clients. This was fixed with the WunderBoss upgrade that brought in a newer Undertow version.

    • Repeated executions of torquebox jar or torquebox war will no longer cause the generated archive to continually grow in size. We were accidentally including the existing archive inside the new archive every time the command was run.

Previous changes from v4.0.0.beta2

    • The TorqueBox::Logger class now provides methods to instantiate new loggers and configure the underlying logging system.

    • Starting TorqueBox via rackup and specifying a port will no longer throw an error about converting a RubyString to int.

    • 0๏ธโƒฃ Executable wars and jars will default to the correct RACK_ENV / RAILS_ENV when created with the "-e" or "--envvar" options instead of always defaulting to development.