httpx 1.1.0 has been released.
HTTPX is an HTTP client library for the Ruby programming language.
Among its features, it supports:
* HTTP/2 and HTTP/1.x protocol versions
* Concurrent requests by default
* Simple and chainable API
* Proxy Support (HTTP(S), CONNECT tunnel, Socks4/4a/5)
* Simple Timeout System
* Lightweight by default (require what you need)
* Compression (gzip, deflate, brotli)
* Streaming Requests
* Authentication (Basic Auth, Digest Auth, AWS Sigv4)
* Expect 100-continue
* Multipart Requests
* HTTP/2 Server Push
* H2C Upgrade
* Automatic follow redirects
* International Domain Names
* Circuit breaker
* Datadog integration
* Faraday integration
* Webmock integration
* Sentry integration
Here are the updates since the last release:
A function, `#peer_address`, was added to the response object, which
returns the IP (either a string or an `IPAddr` object) from the socket used
to get the response from.
response = HTTPX.get("https://example.com") response.peer_address #=> #<IPAddr: IPv4:18.104.22.168/255.255.255.255>
error responses will also expose an IP address via `#peer_address` as long
a connection happened before the error.
* A performance regression involving the new default timeouts has been
fixed, which could cause significant overhead in "multiple requests in
sequence" scenarios, and was clearly visible in benchmarks.
* this regression will still be seen in jruby due to a bug, which fix
will be released in jruby 22.214.171.124.
* HTTP/1.1 connections are now set to handle as many requests as they can
by default (instead of the past default of max 200, at which point they'd
* tolerate the inexistence of `openssl` in the installed ruby, like
* `on_connection_opened` and `on_connection_closed` will yield the
`OpenSSL::SSL::SSLSocket` instance for `https` backed origins (instead of
always the `Socket` instance).
* when using the `:native` resolver (default option), a default of 1 for
ndots is set, for systems which do not set one.
* replaced usage of `Float::INFINITY` with `nil` for timeout defaults, as
the former can't be used in IO wait functions.
* `faraday` adapter timeout setup now maps to `:read_timeout` and
`:write_timeout` options from `httpx`.
* fixed HTTP/1.1 connection recycling on number of max requests exhausted.
* `response.json` will now work when "content-type" header is set to
* when using the `:cookies` plugin, a warning message to install the idnx
message will only be emitted if the cookie domain is an IDN (this message
was being shown all the time since v1 release).
* bump `http-2-next` to 1.0.1, which fixes a bug where http/2 connection
interprets MAX_CONCURRENT_STREAMS as request cap.
* `grpc`: setup of rpc calls from camel-cased symbols has been fixed. As an
improvement, the GRPC-enabled session will now support both snake-cased, as
well as camel-cased calls.
* `datadog` adapter has now been patched to support the most recent
breaking changes of `ddtrace` configuration DSL (`env_to_bool` is no longer
* do not try to inflate empty chunks (it triggered an error during response