kcar features an HTTP parser that will convert a bytestream into a
3-element array suitable for use as a Rack response. It is IO interface
agnostic, so it may be used with HTTP streams over Unix domain sockets,
regular files, FIFOs, StringIOs as well as traditional TCP sockets.
GPL-2.0+, new mailing list, doc updates
An "or later" clause has been added for GPL-2.0 users,
the Ruby 1.8 license is still an option, of course.
There's a new, open-to-all (except HTML senders :P) mailing list at:
Existing librelist users will need to resubscribe themselves, as there's
no way for me to do it. Users who wish to subscribe may send a message
Similarly, they may unsubscribe via:
HTTP archives are available via:
The documentation is updated to reflect this and the website
loads faster thanks to the switch to olddoc.
Rakefile: kill raa_update task
license: upgrade from GPLv2-only to GPLv2-or-later
switch documentation to olddoc
change mailing list to firstname.lastname@example.org
response: fix mispelling of "guarantee"
README: update support status to Ruby 1.9+
continue generating VERSION constant
kcar.rl: remove unused REASON length check