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uwsgi-jvm-2.0.19.1-4.3 RPM for armv7hl

From OpenSuSE Ports Tumbleweed for armv7hl

Name: uwsgi-jvm Distribution: openSUSE Tumbleweed
Version: 2.0.19.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 4.3 Build date: Thu Oct 21 12:22:43 2021
Group: Productivity/Networking/Web/Servers Build host: obs-arm-11
Size: 62998 Source RPM: uwsgi-2.0.19.1-4.3.src.rpm
Packager: http://bugs.opensuse.org
Url: https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
Summary: JVM Plugin for uWSGI
uWSGI is a self-healing application container server coded in pure C.

This package contains support for embedding a Java virtual machine in uWSGI.

Provides

Requires

License

Apache-2.0 AND GPL-2.0-only WITH GCC-exception-2.0

Changelog

* Thu Oct 07 2021 pgajdos@suse.com
  - greenlet and gevent plugins require uwsgi-python3 instead of
    uwsgi-python
* Thu Sep 30 2021 pgajdos@suse.com
  - do not require python2, drop python plugin [bsc#1191174]
* Fri Dec 11 2020 Andreas Schwab <schwab@suse.de>
  - Fix logic handling v8 plugin
* Tue Dec 01 2020 pgajdos@suse.com
  - use system apache rpm macros
* Thu Nov 26 2020 Dirk Mueller <dmueller@suse.com>
  - update 2.0.19.1:
    * Reverted CGI chunked encoding support
    * Fixed bug with WSGI responses returning
    * Update travis to xenial (Terence D. Honles)
    * Fix segfault in logsocket plugin (Riccardo Magliocchetti, #2010)
    * Backport Coverity fixes from master (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * Fix Python 3.7 warnings (Orivej Desh)
    * Fix uwsgi.workers() leak in Python plugin (Arne Welzel, #2056)
    * Backport redislog plugin 32-bit build fixes (Riccardo Magliocchetti, #1828)
    * Fix stack overflow in core/rpc (Nicola Martino)
    * Fix build with spaces in the path (Arne Welzel, #1939)
    * Add missing initialization for zend_file_handle in php plugin (Arne Welzel)
    * Build Python 3.7 and 3.8 plugins in CI (Arne Welzel)
    * Add Trove classifiers for Python 3.7 and 3.8 (Hugo)
    * Graceful shutdown for vassals (Sponsored by guppyltd.com)
    * Improve yaml parsing with libyaml (Arne Welzel, #2097)
    * Add smart-daemon2 option to notify daemon of master reloading (Eduardo Felipe Castegnaro)
    * Do not chroot multiple times when root (Arne Welzel)
    * Support io.BytesIO with wsgi.file_wrapper (Arne Welzel, #1126)
    * Add websocket continuation frames support (Timi, #1350)
    * Fix compilation with gevent 1.5.0 (Vytautas Liuolia)
    * Fix PSGI plugin build with gcc 10 (Jorge Gallegos)
    * Get rid of paste.script dependency in pypy/python plugins (Thomas De Schampheleire)
    * Improve performance for santitizing file descriptors with cgi plugin (Natanael Copa, #2053)
    * Fix offload-threads with honour-range (Liss Tarnell)
    * Fix logging packet size length overflow (Pawel Marokwsi)
    * Fix possible deadlock in install (Jacob Tolar)
    * Fix parsing of http port for ipv6 (Cyril Baÿ)
    * Fix impossibility of determining the end of the chunked stream with psgi plugin (ols)
    * Fix parsing of http-socket port for ipv6 (Daniel Holth)
    * Add chunked request decoding to the CGI plugin (Robert Schindler)
    * Add add max-worker-lifetime-delta to reload workers with a delta (Marcin Lulek , #2020)
  - remove uwsgi-2.0.18-psgi-fix-duplicate-uperl.patch (upstream)
* Wed Sep 09 2020 Andreas Schneider <asn@cryptomilk.org>
  - Add systemd tmpfile.d config to create /run/uwsgi
* Wed Sep 09 2020 Andreas Schneider <asn@cryptomilk.org>
  - Use %license for the LICENSE
* Mon Jun 08 2020 James Oakley <jfunk@funktronics.ca>
  - Fix duplicate uperl in psgi plugin with wth gcc 10 (uwsgi-2.0.18-psgi-fix-duplicate-uperl.patch)
* Sat May 16 2020 James Oakley <jfunk@funktronics.ca>
  - Fix greenlet dependency for Python 3
  - Use explicit Python macros
* Mon Mar 09 2020 pgajdos@suse.com
  - disable geoip plugin [bsc#1156199]
* Thu Dec 19 2019 Dominique Leuenberger <dimstar@opensuse.org>
  - BuildRequire pkgconfig(libsystemd) instead of systemd-devel:
    Allow OBS to shortcut through the -mini flavors.
* Tue Apr 30 2019 Martin Herkt <9+suse@cirno.systems>
  - Fix systemd kill signal (uwsgi does not die on SIGTERM)
  - Add reload command to systemd service
* Sat Mar 16 2019 James Oakley <jfunk@funktronics.ca>
  - Add patch uwsgi-2.0.18-postgresql-config.patch to use pkg-config
    instead of pg_config as it was removed in postgres11-devel
* Sat Feb 09 2019 Michael Ströder <michael@stroeder.com>
  - HTTPS URL for source
  - update to upstream release 2.0.18
    * Fixed support for Python 3.7
    * Allow to use autoport (socket :0) with custom socket backlog
    * pyuwsgi ported to python3
    * pyuwsgi packages fixes
    * pyuwsginossl build configuration for building pyuwsgi without ssl support
    * Fix unix socket inheritance after reload on FreeBSD
    * Fix crashes with --wsgi-env-behavior=holy (#1950)
    * Fix invalid free in python plugin (#1942)
    * Fix compilation warnings with gcc-8 (#1819)
    * Fix spooler python references
    * Don't generate build warnings in systemd_logger
    * Fix segmentation fault during worker shutdown (#1651)
* Thu Aug 02 2018 michael@stroeder.com
  - Trimmed package description
* Mon Jul 23 2018 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Work around missing include dir in glusterfs pkg-config
* Mon Jul 09 2018 michael@stroeder.com
  - update to upstream release 2.0.17.1
    * Fixed memory leak in HTTPS_CLIENT_CERTIFICATE
    * TLSv1 is now disabled by default
    * Improved daemons throttle system
    * Add “secs” log formatting variable
    * Improved snprintf() usage to be OpenBSD-friendly
    * Improved glibc crypt/crypt_r management
    * Fixed websocket pong timeout check
    * Add the “License” classifier to setup.py
    * Add support for php user.ini
    * Official support for Python 3.7
* Thu May 31 2018 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Don't create a /run directory for Apache on startup. It fails if Apache is
    not installed and sockets are defined per-application anyway (bnc#1082002)
  - Fix broken build dependency on Leap 15
* Tue Apr 24 2018 michael@stroeder.com
  - Require Apache 2.4.33 for Leap 15 and Tumbleweed
    because otherwise mod_proxy_uwsgi is not available (bsc#1090695)
* Wed Apr 18 2018 guillaume.gardet@opensuse.org
  - Handle aarch64 arch
* Mon Apr 16 2018 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Disable apache2-mod_proxy_uwsgi on Leap 15 since upstream Apache includes
    the module now
* Mon Apr 16 2018 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 2.0.17:
    * The Emperor throttling subsystem does not make use anymore of blocking
      functions, like usleep(), this should fix stats serving and should improve
      vassals startup time
    * [Security/PHP] enforce DOCUMENT_ROOT check when using --php-docroot to
      avoid directory traversal (Marios Nicolaides)
    * added --shutdown-sockets to improve graceful shutdowns (Andrew Wason)
* Tue Feb 27 2018 bjorn.lie@gmail.com
  - Update License tag to SPDX 3 version:
    Apache-2.0 AND GPL-2.0-only WITH GCC-exception-2.0.
* Sun Feb 18 2018 michael@stroeder.com
  - removed obsolete reproducible.patch
  - Update to 2.0.16:
    * [CVE-2018-6758] Stack-based buffer overflow in
      core/utils.c:uwsgi_expand_path()
    * Backported early_post_jail plugin hook (Bjørnar Ness)
    * Fixed ipv6 suupport for http-socket (James Brown)
    * Enable execinfo on DragonFly BSD (Aaron LI)
    * Fix inet_ntop buffer size (Orivej Desh)
    * Add worker running time metrics (Serge/yasek)
    * Backported safe-pidfile, safe-pidfile2 (Nate Coraor)
    * Stop using libxml2 by default on osx
    * Fixed uwsgi_kvlist_parse signature
    * Backport http range fixes from master (Curtis Maloney, Sokolov Yura)
    * relicensed mod_proxy_uwsgi to Apache 2.0
    * logging: Add ${millis} support to json encode
    * plugins/router_xmldir: fixup invalid locale check (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * Add ssl-verify-depth flag to set the max Client CA chain length (Paul Tagliamonte)
    * Allow to override build date (Bernhard M. Wiedemann)
    * Python 3 plugin: improved thread names handling (Jyrki Muukkonen, Mark Meyer)
    * Added uwsgi_resolve_ip for redis host (ahmbas)
    * plugins/gevent: Fix signal handlers (Maslov Alexander)
    * Write x509 DER to the uwsgi buffer (Paul Tagliamonte)
    * plugin/http: Fix compilation (Melvyn Sopacua)
    * Fixed emperor throttling system (Jeremy Hiatt)
    * Fix application loading without Plack after excluding “.” from @INC in new Perl versions (Anton Petrusevich)
    * Fix MULE MSG QUEUE IS FULL message hint (Eugene Tataurov)
    * Build System: support k_minor has a _xxx suffix (TOGO Li)
    * Fixed drop-after-* options (Robert DeRose)
    * Add mule_send_msg success indicator (Josh Tiras)
    * Properly check item size in uwsgi_queue_push (Josh Tiras)
    * FastRouter / HTTP Router can now have a ‘fallback’ key configured
    * HTTP Router now supports post-buffer, just like FastRouter
    * Fix handling of env in embedded dict in Python plugin (could cause segfaults in single thread mode)
    * Add support for Brotli (.br) with –static-gzip
    * Back-ported HTTP/1.1 support (–http11-socket) from 2.1
* Sun Dec 10 2017 i@marguerite.su
  - fix a leaf problem found by repo-checker
    * uwsgi-python3 can't be install because it requires python-base = 3.6
      which should be python3-base
* Thu Nov 09 2017 sven@uebelacker.net
  - creating /run/uwsgi for sockets via systemd service now
* Thu Oct 26 2017 sven@uebelacker.net
  - Update to 2.0.15: [2017-03-30]
    * workaround for the holy allocator for avoiding crashes with newrelic (see
      Issues notes)
    * avoid time overflow in request logs during (even minimal) clock skew
    * fixed python logger with python3
    * fixed catch-exceptions with python3
    * backported “don’t clone $env->{‘psgix.io’} on ‘PSGI cancel’”
    * added support for authentication in the redis logger
    * added the spinningfifo action hook to the core
    * fixed compilation with php 7.1 (Дамјан Георгиевски)
    * correctly returns error code 22 in lazy_apps + master_mode
    * fixed compilation for OpenSSL 1.1 (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * Add a –skip-atexit-teardown option to skip perl/python teardown (Ævar
      Arnfjörð Bjarmason)
    * fixed static file serving over https-socket
  - building now php7 plugin via php7-embed package for Factory/Tumbleweed
  - removing uwsgi-1.9.13-emperor_pg-Wformat.patch
* Wed Oct 18 2017 jengelh@inai.de
  - Trim filler wording from description.
* Sat Jun 24 2017 bwiedemann@suse.com
  - Add reproducible.patch to override build date to make build more reproducible
  - sort list of plugins
* Wed Oct 05 2016 buschmann23@opensuse.org
  - Update to 2.0.14:
    * backported gevent-early-monkey-patch (jianbin-wei)
    * Fixed OpenBSD version check (Pavel Korovin)
    * PSGI/Perl cache api fixes (Alexander Demenshin)
    * Correctly decode PATH_INFo in router_rewrite plugin (Ben Hearsum)
    * add uwsgi.accepting() for chain-reload + worker-override combo
      (enkore)
    * fixed workers killing when in cheaper modes (shoham-stratoscale)
    * added –cgi-safe option (nnnn20430)
    * Implemented graceful reload for COROAE plugin (aleksey-mashanov)
    * Added –php-fallback2, –php-fallback-qs (Felicity unixwitch)
    * Added ipv4in and ipv6in routing rules (Felicity unixwitch)
    * Fixed readline support in python3 when working interactively
      (Anthony Sottile)
    * Implement touch-reloading for mules and spoolers (Alexandre Bonnetain)
    * add request_start timestamp in stats (Ben Plotnick)
    * Fixed double free in uwsgi_routing_func_rewrite (William Orr)
    * Various mod_proxy_uwsgi fixes (Ya-Lin Huang)
    * support for ‘no-answer’ in PSGI (Anton Petrusevich)
    * added php-constant option (Дамјан Георгиевски [gdamjan])
    * added the stdio logger (Дамјан Георгиевски [gdamjan])
    * spooler: fix reading inconsistent data (Pavel Patrin)
    * Removed -WError from the build procedure (Riccardo Magliocchetti,
      suggested by Ian Denhardt)
    * The usual amount of coverity-based fixes (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
* Wed Sep 28 2016 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Don't fail build on deprecated declarations
* Wed Jun 08 2016 buschmann23@opensuse.org
  - Update to 2.0.13.1:
    * Fixed support for python 2.5 and python 2.6
    * Fixed support for older glibc
    * Reverted EPOLLEXCLUSIVE patch, requires more investigation
* Thu May 12 2016 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 2.0.13:
    * Fix compilation with GCC 6
    * Remote rpc fixes (Darvame)
    * Musl support! (Natanael Copa, Matt Dainty, Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * Create the spooler directory if it does not exist (Alexandre Bonnetain)
    * Fix compilation on big endian linux (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * A ton of cache fixes (Darvame)
    * Make it easier to compile plugins on a different directory (Jakub
      Jirutka)
    * Add wheel package machinery (Matt Robenolt)
    * Use EPOLLEXCLUSIVE for reading, helps with the thundering herd problem
      (on linux 4.5+) (INADA Naoki)
    * Fix apache 2.4 integration with unix sockets (Alexandre Rossi)
    * Add HTTP/2 support to apache 2 proxy (Michael Fladischer, OGAWA Hirofumi)
    * Fix apache mod proxy compilation with apache 2.4.20 (Mathieu Arnold)
    * Default to clang as default compiler on MacOS X (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * Added --cgi-close-stdin-on-eof (Roberto De Ioris)
* Thu Jan 07 2016 buschmann23@opensuse.org
  - Udate to version 2.0.12
    * Bugfixes
    * ‘rpcvar’ routing action correctly returns NEXT on empty response
    * uwsgiconfig: fix handling of empty keys in python3 (Simone Basso)
    * plugins/alarm_speech: fix AppKit spelling to support
      case-sensitive filesystems (Andrew Janke)
    * Fix inheriting INET address 0.0.0.0 (INADA Naoki)
    * core/xmlconf: correctly initialize libxml2 (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * Pass LIBDIR to linker in python plugin (Borys Pierov)
    * Platforms-related build fixes for pty, forkptyrouter and mono
      plugins (Jonas Smedegaard and Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * New Features
    * The custom worker api - Finally you are able to override the uWSGI
      processing model to completeley get control of it.
      https://github.com/unbit/uwsgi-docs/blob/master/WorkerOverride.rst
    * --wsgi-disable-file-wrapper - This option disables the wsgi.file_wrapper
      optimization of the WSGI standard. IN some corner case this is
      the only trick to avoid errors.
    * Official PHP7 support - PHP 7 is now officially supported in
      the php plugin.
    * uwsgi.spooler_get_task api (Credits: Alexandre Bonnetain)
      This patch allows you to easily parse spooler files.
    * --if-hostname-match (Credits: Alexandre Bonnetain)
      This options for config logic allows you to define options only
      when a regexp over the hostname machtes.
  - Update patch 1 - uwsgi-1.9.17-no-LD_RUN_PATH.patch - renamed patch
    file to uwsgi-2.0.12-no-LD_RUN_PATH.patch
* Fri Nov 06 2015 buschmann23@opensuse.org
  - Update to version 2.0.11.2
    * Bugfixes
    * OSX 10.11 supports TCP_FASTOPEN
    * fixed http-socket parser state after harakiri
    * fixed threaded request logger
    * fixed fastrouter subscriptions modifiers
    * fixed alarm backlog
* Sat Sep 26 2015 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Remove uwsgi-2.0.10-gcc5.patch as it was integrated upstream
  - Update to 2.0.11.1:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed HTTPS router resource deallocation and fiel descriptors leak
    * do not spit out ssl errors when errno is 0
    * New Features
    * The unix_signal hook - You can now remap UNIX signals to specific
      functions symbols
  - Changes from 2.0.11:
    * Bugfixes
    * [pypy] fixed misuse of ffi.string
    * fixed detection for gcc 5 (jimfunk)
    * fixed shared sockets for gateways
    * [psgi] Changed abs to labs because offset is declared as a long (Peter H.
      Ezetta)
    * add null terminator to uwsgi_get_dot_h() and uwsgi_config_py() (Jay
      Oster)
    * fixed thread waiting during stop/restart (Kaiwen Xu)
    * fixed chain reloading verbosity
    * [python] fixed spooler job reference counting (Curtis Maloney)
    * various static analysis improvements (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * fixed sharedarea support for very big ranges
    * fixed gzip transformation for zero-sized responses (Curtis Maloney)
    * fixed management of https client certificate authentication (Vladimir
      Didenko)
    * fixed OpenBSD build
    * fixed TMPFILE permissions
    * New Features
    * The mem_collector thread - Evil memory monitors (like --evil-reload-on-rss)
      are now asynchronously managed by a dedicated thread. This solves the issue
      of runaway processes not catched by the master.
    * fixpathinfo routing action - This is another step in removing the need of
      the infamous uwsgi_modifier1 30 relic.
    * uwsgi[sor] and time[micros] routing vars - This two new vars exposes the
      start of the current request (in micros) and the current time (again in
      micros)
    * wait-for-socket - This works like wait-for-fs/iface/file/dir. The spawn
      of the instance is suspended until the specified tcp/unix socket is
      ready. You can use it to synchronize vassals spawn (like stopping a
      vassal until a postgresql server has been spawned)
    * wait_for hooks - All of the wait-for-* functions can now be used as a
      hook
* Wed Aug 12 2015 dvaleev@suse.com
  - Don't build v8 plugin for PowerPC
* Sun Jun 28 2015 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Added uwsgi-2.0.10-gcc5.patch to fix build for gcc 5
  - Update to 2.0.10:
    * Bugfixes
    * Don't lower security standards with gcc 4.9 (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * Perl/PSGI make sure that at least two params are passed to xs_input_seek
      (Ivan Kruglov)
    * Perl/PSGI fixed multiple interpreters usage
    * spooler: fixed scandir usage
    * fixed exception handler arguments management
    * fixed 'log-master' + 'daemonize2' disables all logging
    * fixed http Range header management
    * New Features
    * safeexec hook - this is like 'exec' but do not exit on error even if the
      executed command returns a non-zero value
    * backported --emperor-wrapper-fallback and --emperor-wrapper-override
    * added support for UNIX sockets to rsyslog
    * forcecl transformation - this transformation works like 'fixcl' but
      generates the Content-Length header even if Content-Length has been
      listed for removal
  - Changes from 2.0.9:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed mod_proxy_uwsgi for non-blocking mode (many thanks to Joe cuchac)
    * fixed master-fifo + cheaper
    * fixed leak on error in bind_to_unix (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * atexit hooks works in cheaped workers too
    * atexit hooks works in gevent mode too during shutdown
    * fixed carbon command line option value after reload
    * do not honour Emperor throttling on the first run
    * fixed Mono plugin
    * fixed peer name in corerouters
    * fixed stop signal for daemons
    * various ssl/tls fixes in https/spdy router
    * fixed python3 --py-auto-reload-ignore
    * fixed modifiers in corerouters
    * support for yajl from homebrew (OSX)
    * psgi: Ensure that we call any DESTROY hooks on psgix.harakiri.commit
      (Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason)
    * systemdlogger: fix compilation with -Werror=format-security (Riccardo
      Magliocchetti)
    * fixed unmasked websockets
    * perl fixed latent refcounting bug (Mattia Barbon)
    * New Features
    * Improved PyPy support for Linux
    * Fastrouter post-buffering
    * Perl uwsgi::opt - The psgi/perl plugin exposes the uwsgi::opt hash,
      reporting the whole instance key-value configuration
    * --pull-header - This is like --collect-header but the collected header
      is not returned to the client
    * active-workers signal target - This is like the 'workers' target, but
      forward the signal only to non-cheaper workers
    * httpdumb routing action - The http internal router exposes a new mode
      called 'httpdumb' that does not change headers before forwarding the
      request
  - Changes from 2.0.8:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed PHP `SCRIPT_NAME` usage when --php-app is in place
    * allow "appendn" hook without second argument
    * fix heap corruption in the Carbon plugin (credits: Nigel Heron)
    * fix getifaddrs() memory management
    * fixed `tcsetattr()` usage
    * fixed kevent usage of return value (credits: Adriano Di Luzio)
    * ensure PSGI response headers are in the right format
    * fixed reloading of attached daemons
    * fixed SSL/TLS shutdown
    * fixed mountpoint logic for paths not ending with / (credits: Adriano Di
      Luzio)
    * fixed Python3 support in spooler decorators (credits: Adriano Di Luzio)
    * New Features
    * RTSP and chunked input backports from 2.1 for the HTTP router
    * --hook-post-fork - This custom hook allows you to call actions after
      each fork()
    * fallback to trollius for asyncio plugin
    * added sweep_on_full, clear_on_full and no_expire to --cache2 - Three new
      options for --cache2 have been added for improving the caching expire
      strategies:
    * sweep_on_full will call a sweep (delete all of the expired items) as
      soon as the cache became full
    * clear_on_full will completely clear the cache as soon as it is full
    * no_expire forces the cache to not generate a cache sweeper thread,
      delegating items removal to the two previous options
    * backported wait-for-fs/mountpoints from 2.1:
    * --wait-for-fs <path>: suspend the uWSGI startup until a file/directory
      is available
    * --wait-for-file <path>: suspend the uWSGI startup until a file is
      available
    * --wait-for-dir <path>: suspend the uWSGI startup until a directory is
      available
    * --wait-for-mountpoint <path>: suspend the uWSGI startup until a
      mountpoint is available
    * improved the offload api (backport from 2.1)
    * Allows building plugins from remote sources as embedded
    * Automatically manage HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO
  - Changes from 2.0.7
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed counters in Statsd plugin (Joshua C. Forest)
    * fixed caching in PHP plugin (Andrew Bevitt)
    * fixed management of system users starting with a number
    * fixed request body readline using memmove instead of memcpy (Andrew
      Wason)
    * ignore "user" namespace in setns (still a source of problems)
    * fixed Python3 RPC bytes/string mess (result: we support both)
    * do not destroy the Emperor on failed mount hooks
    * fixed symbol lookup error in the Mono plugin on OS X (Ventero)
    * fixed FastCGI and SCGI protocols error when out of buffer happens
    * fixed Solaris/SmartOS I/O management
    * fixed two memory leaks in the RPC subsystem (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * fixed the Rados plugin's PUT method (Martin Mlynář)
    * fixed multiple Python mountpoints with multiple threads in cow mode
    * stats UNIX socket is now deleted by vacuum
    * fixed off-by-one corruption in cache LRU mode
    * force single-CPU build in Cygwin (Guido Notari)
    * New Features
    * Allow calling the spooler from every CPython context
    * store_delete cache2 option - The store_delete flag of the --cache2
      option allows you to force the cache engine to automatically remove
      invalid backing store files instead of steadfastly refusing to launch
    * file logger rotation
    * Vassal plugin hooks
    * Broodlord improvements - The Broodlord subsystem has been improved with
      a new option: --vassal-sos that automatically ask for reinforcement when
      all of the workers of an instance are busy
* Tue Jul 01 2014 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 2.0.6:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed a memory leak with subscription system
    * fixed shortcut for ssl-socket
    * fixed apache2 mod_proxy_uwsgi (it is now considered stable with all mpm
      engines)
    * fixed SCRIPT_NAME and PATH_TRANSLATED generation in php plugin (thanks
      Matthijs Kooijman)
    * remove the old FIFO socket from the event queue when recreating it
      (thanks Marko Tiikkaja)
    * New features
    * The new Rados plugins. The rados plugin has been improved and
      stabilized, and now it is considered usable in production.
    * --if-hostname. This is a configuration logic for including options only
      when the specified hostname matches
    * Apache2 mod_proxy_uwsgi stabilization. After literally years of bug
      reports, and corrupted data, the mod_proxy_uwsgi is now stable, and on
      modern apache2 releases it supports unix sockets too
    * uwsgi[rsize] routing var. This routing var (meaningful only in the
      'final' chain) exposes the response size of the request
    * the callint scheme. This scheme allows you to generate blob from
      functions exposed by your uWSGI instance
    * --fastrouter-fallback-on-no-key. The corerouters fallback procedure
      requires a valid key (domain name) has been requested. This option
      forces the various routers to trigger the fallback procedure even if a
      key has not been found
    * php 5.5 opcode caching via --php-sapi-name
    * Improved chain-reloading. Thanks to Marko Tiikkaja the chain reloading
      procedure correctly works in cheaper modes and it is more verbose
    * added 'chdir' keyval to --attach-daemon2. You can now set where attached
      daemons need to chdir()
  - Changes from 2.0.5:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed support for repeated headers in lua plugin (Credits: tizoc)
    * fixed support for embedding config in OpenBSD and NetBSD
    * various fixes in the curl-based plugins (Credits: Yu Zhao)
    * fixed milliseconds-based waits
    * fixed sharedarea poller
    * fixed stats server json escaper
    * fixed fastcgi parser and implemented eof management (Credits: Jeff
      Trawick)
    * improved fast on-demand mode
    * exclude avg_rt computation for static files
    * fixed variables support in uwsgi internal router
    * fixed websockets + keepalive ordering
    * disable SIGPIPE management in corutines-based loop-engines
    * fixed 64bit sharedarea management in 32bit systems
    * honour chmod/chown-socket in fd0 mode
    * hack for avoiding Safari iOS to make mess with keepalive
    * fixed log setup when both --logto and --log2 (Credits: Łukasz
      Mierzwa)
    * fixed mule_get_msg EAGAIN
    * signal_pidfile returns the right error code
    * fixed asyncio on OSX
    * New features
    * graceful reload of mule processes (Credits: Paul Egan). SIGHUP is now
      sent to mules instead of directly killing them
    * return routing action (Credits: Yu Zhao). The new action will allow
      users to write simplified "break" clause
    * --emperor-no-blacklist. This new option, completely disables the
      blacklisting Emperor subsystem
    * Icecast2 protocol helpers
    * --metrics-no-cores, --stats-no-cores, --stats-no-metrics. When you have
      hundreds (or thousands) of async cores, exposing metrics of them could
      be really slow.  Three new options have been added allowing you to
      disable the generation of core-related metrics and (eventually) their
      usage in the stats server
    * sharedarea improvements. The sharedarea api continues to improve. Latest
      patches include support for mmapping device directly from the command
      line
    * UWSGI_GO_CHEAP_CODE. This exit code (15) can be raised by a worker to
      tell the master to not respawn it
    * PROXY1 support for the http router (Credits: bgglenn). The option
    - -http-enable-proxy-protocol allows the HTTP router to understand PROXY1
      protocol requests (like the ones made by haproxy or amazon elb)
    * reset_after_push for metrics (Credits: Babacar Tall). This metric
      attribute ensure that the matric value is reset to 0 (or its hardcoded
      initial_value) evry time the metric is pushed to some external system
      (like carbon, or statsd)
    * setremoteaddr. This routing action allows you to completely override the
      REMOTE_ADDR detected by protocol handlers
    * The resolve option. There are uWSGI options (or plugins) that do not
      automatically resolves dns name to ip addresses. This option allows you
      to map a placeholder to the dns resolution of a string
  - Changes from 2.0.4:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed "mime" routing var (Steve Stagg)
    * allow duplicate headers in http parsers
    * faster on_demand Emperor management
    * fixed UWSGI_ADDITIONAL_SOURCES build option
    * merge duplicated headers when SPDY is enabled (Łukasz Mierzwa)
    * fixed segfault for unnamed loggers
    * --need-app works in lazy-apps mode
    * fixed fatal hooks management
    * New features
    * The experimental asyncio loop engine (CPython >= 3.4). asyncio (also
      known as 'tulip') is the new infrastructure for writing
      non-blocking/async/callback-based code with Python 3. This plugin
      (experimental) allows you to use asyncio as the uWSGI loop engine
    * httprouter advanced timeout management. The http router got 2 new
      specific timeout:
    * --http-headers-timeout <n> ; defines the timeout while waiting for
      http headers
    * --http-connect-timeout <n> ; defines the timeout when connecting to
      backend instances
      they should help the sysadmin in improving security and availability.
      Credits: Łukasz Mierzwa
    * Allow disabling cache warnings in --cache2. Author: Łukasz Mierzwai.
      The 'ignore_full' keyval option has beed added to cache2. This will
      disable warnings when a cache is full
    * purge LRU cache feature by Yu Zhao (getcwd). This new mode allows you to
      configure a cache to automatically expires least recently used (LRU)
      items when it is full. Just add purge_lru=1 to your cache2 directive
    * support embedded config on FreeBSD. You can now embed config on FreeBSD
      systems
    * rpc hook.  Two new hooks have been added:
    * 'rpc' -> call the specified rpc function (fails on error)
    * 'rpcretry' -> call the specified rpc function (retry on error)
    * setmodifier1 and setmodifier2 routing actions. Having to load the
      'uwsgi' routing plugin just for setting modifiers was really annoying.
      These two routing actions (embedded in the core) allow you to
      dynamically set modifiers
    * no_headers option for static router. Keyval based static routing action
      can now avoid to rewrite response headers (useful for X-Sendfile), just
      add no_headers=1 to your keyval options.
  - Added Python 3 plugin
  - Added rcuwsgi link
* Sat Mar 29 2014 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 2.0.3:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed spooler 'at' key usage
    * fixed a memory and fd leak with on-demand Emperor sockets
    * on __APPLE__ use LOG_NOTICE for syslog plugin
    * fixed mongrel2 support
    * hack for avoiding libmongoclient to crash on broken cursor
    * log alarm is now a uwsgi_log_verbose() wrapper
    * fixed tuntap router memory corruption
    * Set ECDHE curve independently from DHE parameters (Hynek Schlawack)
    * do not wait for a whole Emperor cycle before checking for each waitpid
    * fix a regression with caller() not indicating the starting *.psgi program
      (Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason)
    * New features
    * The Emperor now responds to two new signals:
    * SIGWINCH: force an emperor rescan of vassals
    * SIGURG: cleanup the Emperor states (for now it only clears its blacklist)
    * --build-plugin. Building plugins on-the-fly from git repositories
    * uwsgi.add_var(key, value). You can now set request variables directly
      from your app, for better integration with the internal routing
      subsystem
    * 'disableheaders' routing action. This new action disables the sending of
      response headers, independently by the current request state
    * Smarter Emperor on bad conditions. Now the Emperor completely destroys
      internal vassal-related structures when it is impossible to correctly
      kill a broken vassal (both for inconsistent Emperor state or for
      internal system problems)
* Sun Mar 16 2014 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 2.0.2:
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed python3 support on older compilers/libc
    * allow starting in spooler-only mode
    * fixed cache bitmap support and added test suite (credits: Danila Shtan)
    * fixed ftime log var
    * added async remote signal management
    * fixed end-for and end-if
    * fixed loop in internal-routing response chain
    * fixed pypy execute_source usage
    * logpipe: Don't setsid() twice (credits: INADA Naoki)
    * New features and improvements
    * CGI plugin
    * The plugin has been improved to support streaming
    * The long-awaited async support is finally ready
    * PSGI loading improvements
    * The PSGI loader now tries to use Plack::Util::load_psgi() function
      instead of simple eval
* Fri Feb 21 2014 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 2.0.1:
    * Bugfixes
    * due to a wrong prototype declaration, building uWSGI without SSL
      resulted in a compilation bug. The issue has been fixed.
    * a race condition preventing usage of a massive number of threads in the
      PyPy plugin has been fixed
    * check for heartbeat status only if heartbeat subsystem has been enabled
    * improved heartbeat code to support various corner cases
    * improved psgi.input to support offset in read()
    * fixed (and simplified) perl stacktrace usage
    * fixed sni secured subscription
    * CGI plugin does not require anymore that Status header is the first one
      (Andjelko Horvat)
    * fixed CPython mule_msg_get timeout parsing
    * allows embedding of config files via absolute paths
    * fixed symcall rpc
    * fixed a memory leak in CPython spooler api (xiaost)
    * The --no-orphans hardening has been brought back (currently Linux-only)
    * improved dotsplit router mode to reduce DOS risk
    * sub-Emperor are now loyal by default
    * fixed non-shared ruby 1.8.7 support
    * fixed harakiri CPython tracebacker
    * request vars are now correctly exposed by the stats server
    * support log-master for logfile-chown
    * improved legion reload
    * fixed tuntap netmask
    * fixed busyness plugin without metrics subsystem
    * New features
    * See http://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-2.0.1.html
    * Perl native Spooler support
    * --alarm-backlog: Raise the specified alarm when the listen queue is full
    * --close-on-exec2: applies CLOSE_ON_EXEC socket flag on all of the server
      sockets
    * simple notifications subsystem for subscriptions
    * pid namespace for daemons (Linux only)
    * The fastrouter and the http/https/spdy router now support
      "resubscription".
    * filesystem monitor api
    * support for yajl 1.0
    * for-readline: a config-logic iterator that yields file lines
    * %i magic var: returns the inode of the currently parsed file
    * %j magic var: returns hex representation of 32bit djb33x hashing of the
      currently parsed absolute filename
    * --inject-before and --inject-after: prepend and append 'blobs' to a
      config file
    * --http-server-name-as-http-host: This flag allow the http router to map
      SERVER_NAME to HTTP_HOST automatically instead of instructing your uWSGI
      instances to do it
    * better Emperor's Ragnarok (shutdown procedure)
    * PyPy paste support
    Changes from 2.0.0:
    * Important changes
    * Dynamic options have been definitely removed as well as the
      broken_plugins directory
    * Bugfixes and improvements
    * improved log rotation
    * do not rely on unix signals to print request status during harakiri
    * added magic vars for uid and gid
    * various Lua fixes
    * a tons of coverity-governed bugfixes made by Riccardo Magliocchetti
    * New features
    * --attach-daemon2: this is a keyval based option for configuring external
      daemons
    * Linux setns() support
    * "private" hooks
    * Support for yajl library (JSON parser)
    * Perl spooler support
    * Gateways can drop privileges
    * Subscriptions-governed SNI contexts
    * Changes from 1.9.21:
    * Bugfixes
    * croak if the psgi streamer fails
    * allows building coroae on raspberrypi
    * do not wait for write availability until strictly required
    * avoid segfault when async mode api is called without async mode
    * fixed plain (without suspend engine) async mode
    * do not spit errors on non x86 timerfd_create
    * support timerfd_create/timerfd_settime on __arm__
    * Optimizations
    * writev() for the first chunk
    * use a single buffer for websockets outgoing packets
    * New features
    * See http://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-1.9.21.html
    * removed zeromq api
    * The shared area subsystem has been rewritten
    * report request data in writers and readers
    * Modular logchunks management
    * 6 new request logging variables are available:
    * tmsecs: report the current unix time in milliseconds
    * tmicros: report the current unix time in microseconds
    * werr: report the number of write errors for the current request
    * rerr: report the number of read errors for the current request
    * ioerr: the sum of werr and rerr
    * var.XXX: report the context of the request var XXX (like
      var.PATH_INFO)
    * mountpoints and mules support for symcall
    * read2 and wait_milliseconds async hooks
    * websockets binary messages
    * the 'S' master fifo command
    * as-mule hook
    * accepting hook and improved chain reloading
    * --after-request-call: this option allows you to call specific C
      functions (in chains) after each request
    * error pages
    * Simplified plugins builder
    * Changes from 1.9.20:
    * First round of deprecations and removals for 2.0
    * The Go plugin is now considered "broken" and has been moved away from
      the plugins directory. The new blessed way for running Go apps in uWSGI
      is using the GCCGO plugin.
    * The --auto-snapshot option has been removed, advanced management of
      instances now happens via MasterFIFO
    * The matheval support has been removed, while a generic "matheval" plugin
      (for internal routing) is available (but not compiled in by default).
      See below for the new way for making "math" in config files.
    * The "erlang" and "pyerl" plugins are broken and has been moved out of
      the plugins directory. Erlang support will be completely rewritten after
      2.0 release.
    * Bugfixes
    * Fixed master hang when gracefully reloading in lazy mode.
    * Fixed default_app usage.
    * Another round of coverity fixes by Riccardo Magliocchetti.
    * Fixed EAGAIN management when reading the body.
    * New features
    * See http://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-1.9.20.html
    * 64bit return values for the RPC subsystem
    * The new GCCGO plugin
    * Simple math in configuration files
    * New magic vars
    * %t: Unix time (in seconds, gathered at instance startup)
    * %T: Unix time (in microseconds, gathered at instance startup)
    * %k: Number of detected CPU cores
    * Perl/PSGI improvements
    * New native protocols: --https-socket and --ssl-socket
    * PROXY (version1) protocol support
    * New metrics collectors
    * avg: Compute the math average of children
    * accumulator: Always add the value of the specified children to the
      final value
    * multiplier: Multiply the sum of the specified children for the value
      specified in arg1n
* Sun Nov 10 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 1.9.19:
    * This release starts the 'hardening' cycle for uWSGI 2.0 (scheduled for the
      end of december 2013). The metrics subsystem was the last piece missing
      and this version (after 1 year of analysis) finally includes it. During
      the following 2 months we will start deprecating features or plugins that
      got no-interest, are known to be broken or are simply superseed by more
      modern/advanced ones.
    * Bugfixes
    * completely skip cgroups initialization when non-root
    * tons of post-static_analysis fixes by Riccardo Magliocchetti
    * fixed the greenlet plugin reference counting
    * avoid kevent storm for stats pusher thread
    * fixed rbtimers math
    * both 'cache' and 'file' routers got a 'no_content_length' key option to
      avoid setting the Content-Length header
    * the PyPy plugin automatically enables threads/GIL
    * manage dot_segments in HTTP parser
    * improved srand() usage
    * New features
    * The Metrics subsystem. This was the last piece missing before uWSGI 2.0.
      The Metrics subsystem allows you to store "numbers" related to
      monitoring, graphing and quality checks and exports them in various ways
    * The Tornado loop engine. While working on nodejs integration we realized
      that contrary to what we used to believe, Tornado (an asynchronous,
      callback based module for python) is usable in uWSGI.
    * The 'puwsgi' protocol. A "persistent" (keep-alive) version of the
      'uwsgi' parser has been added named 'puwsgi' (persistent uwsgi).
    * --vassal-set. You can tell the Emperor to pass specific options to every
      vassal using the --set facility
    * The 'template' transformation. This is a transformation allowing you to
      apply all of the internal routing patterns to your responses.
* Fri Nov 08 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Added apache2-mod_proxy_uwsgi and apache2-mod_uwsgi sub packages
* Thu Oct 17 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 1.9.18.2:
    * check for NULL dictionary values in python3 autoreloader
    * fixed fastrouter realloc() bug
    * fixed stdin and embedded configuration
    * fixed vassal's strict mode
    * fixed UUID randomization when libuuid is not used
    * added --iprint (immediate print) option
  - Changes from 1.9.18:
    * License change. This version of uWSGI is the first of the 1.9 tree using
      GPL2 + linking exception instead of plain GPL2
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed uwsgi native protocol support on big endian machines
    * fixed jvm build system for arm (Jorge Gallegos)
    * fixed a memleak spotted by cppcheck in zlib management
    * chdir() at every emperor glob iteration
    * correctly honour --force-cwd
    * fixed ia64/Linux compilation (Jonas Smedegaard/Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * fixed ruby rvm paths parsing order
    * added waitpid() after daemon’s SIGTERM (Łukasz Mierzwa)
    * fixed pid numbering after --idle (Łukasz Mierzwa)
    * fixed/improved cheaper memory limits (Łukasz Mierzwa)
    * correctly close inherited sockets in gateways
    * fix checks for MAP_FAILED in mmap() (instead of NULL)
    * fixed FastCGI non-blocking body read() (patch by Arkaitz Jimenez)
    * fixed attach.py script
    * avoid crashing on non-conformant PSGI response headers
    * run the python autoreloader even in non-apps mode when non-lazy
    * New Features
    * https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-1.9.18.html
    * Minimal build profiles
    * Auto-fix modifier1. Now if the modifier1 of the request is zero, but the
      python plugin is not loaded (or there are no python apps loaded) the
      first configured app will be set instead (unless you disable with
      feature with --no-default-app).
    * Perl auto reloader. The --perl-auto-reload option allows the psgi plugin
      to check for changed modules after every request. It takes the frequency
      (in seconds) of the scan.
    * The "raw" mode (preview technology, only for CPython). Raw mode allows
      you to directly parse the request in your application callable. Instead
      of getting a list of CGI vars/headers in your callable you only get the
      file descriptor soon after accept(). You can then read()/write() to that
      file descriptor in full freedom.
    * Optional NON-standard support for CPython buffer protocol for WSGI
      responses. This is a NON-standard behaviour you have to voluntarily
      enable with --wsgi-accept-buffer.
    * Emperor and config improvements
    * The config system has been improved to be even more consistent in
      respect to strict mode (reminder: with --strict you basically check
      your config files for unknown options avoiding headaches caused by
      typos).
    * New magic vars have been added exposing the name of the original
      config file (this simplifies templating when in Emperor mode), check
      them at
      https://github.com/unbit/uwsgi-docs/blob/master/Configuration.rst#magic-variables
    * The Emperor got support for Linux capabilities using the --emperor-cap
      option. The option takes the list of capability you want to maintain
      for your vassals when they start as root
    * Build system improvements
    * The build system has been improved to link custom sources on the fly.
    * Riccardo Magliocchetti rewrote the build script to use optparse
      instead of raw/old-fashioned sys.argv parsing
    * Pluginized the 'schemes' managementi. Schemes are the prefix part of
      uWSGI uri's. When you do "uwsgi --ini http://foobar.local:9090/test.ini"
      the http:// is the scheme, signalling uWSGI it has to download the
      config file via http. Til now those 'schemes' were hardcoded. Now they
      are exposed as plugins, so you can add more of them (or override the
      default one).
    * mountpoints checks. Allows for managing, for example, FUSE filesystems
      with uWSGI:
      http://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/tutorials/ReliableFuse.html
    * Preliminary libffi plugin. As embedding c libraries for exposing hooks
      is becoming more common, we have started working on libffi integration,
      allowing safe (and sane) argument passing to hooks. More to came soon.
    * Official support for kFreeBSD. Debian/kFreeBSD is officially supported.
* Tue Sep 24 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 1.9.17.1:
    * Emergency release fixing two bugs:
    * fixed inheriting of file descriptor 0 (this breaks fastcgi on dreamhost,
      and uwsgi on unbit.it)
    * fixed router_http REQUEST_URI rewrite (double free)
* Mon Sep 23 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Disable v8 on unsupported architectures, and on distributions with newer
    versions of v8, as it seems that upstream is not maintaining it
  - Update to 1.9.17
    * Bugfixes
    * the pty client is now blocking (safer approach)
    * removed strtok() usage (substituted by a new uwsgi api function on top
      of strtok_r())
    * fixed --pty-exec (Credits: C Anthony Risinger)
    * listen_queue/somaxconn linux check is now done even for UNIX sockets
    * New features
    * https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-1.9.17.html
    * The Master FIFO: a new management way in addition to UNIX signals
    * A new hook, named asap has been added. It will be run soon after the
      options are parsed
    * The TCC (libtcc) plugin: TCC is an embeddable c compiler. It includes a
      shared library (libtcc) you can use to compile strings of c code on the
      fly. The libtcc uWSGI plugins allows compiling strings of c to process
      symbols. Currently the "tcc" hook engine has been implemented:
    * The forkptyrouter gateway: While work on Linux containers/namespaces
      continues to improve we have added this special router/gateway allowing
      dynamic allocation of pseodoterminals in uWSGI instances. To access the
      sockets created by the forkptyrouter you can use the --pty-connect
      option exposed by the pty plugin.
    * added a new magic var for ANSI escaping. It allows you to define ANSI
      sequences in your logs
    * Routable log encoders: You can now attach log encoders to specific log
      routes
    * --vassals-include: This is like --vassal-inherit but the parsing will be
      "immediate" (so you can use placeholders)
    * The Emperor heartbeat system is now mercyless. The old approach for the
      heartbeat Emperor subsystem was asking for "gentle" reload to bad
      vassals. Now vassals not sending heartbeat (after being registered with
      the heartbeat subsystem) are killed with -9
    * logpipe: You can now send loglines to the stdin of an external command
    * Added "fd" logger to "logfile" plugin: you can directly send logs to a
      file descriptor
  - Changes from 1.9.16
    * Important change in the gevent plugin shutdown/reload procedure: The
      shutdown/reload phase when in gevent mode has been changed to better
      integrate with multithreaded (and multigreenlet) environments (most
      notably the newrelic agent). Instead of "joining" the gevent hub, a new
      "dummy" greenlet is spawned and "joined". During shutdown only the
      greenlets spawned by uWSGI are taken in account, and after all of them are
      destroyed the process will exit. This is different from the old approach
      where the process wait for ALL the currently available greenlets (and
      monkeypatched threads). If you prefer the old behaviour just specify the
      option --gevent-wait-for-hub
    * Bugfixes/Improvements
    * fixed CPython reference counting bug in rpc and signal handlers
    * improved smart-attach-daemon for slow processes
    * follow Rack specifications for QUERY_STRING, SCRIPT_NAME,SERVER_NAME and
      SERVER_PORT
    * report missing internal routing support (it is only a warning when
      libpcre is missing)
    * better ipcsem support during shutdown and zerg mode (added
    - -persistent-ipcsem as special case)
    * fixed fastcgi bug exposed by apache mod_fastcgi
    * do not call pre-jail hook on reload
    * force linking with -lrt on solaris
    * report thunder lock status
    * allow custom priority in rsyslog plugin
    * New features
    * https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-1.9.16.html
    * FreeBSD jails native support
    * The Rados plugin: Based on the The GlusterFS plugin plugin, a new one
      allowing access to Rados object storage is available
    * The TunTap router: A new method of providing virtual network interfaces
      in namespaces
    * Linux O_TMPFILE: Latest Linux kernel supports a new operational mode for
      opening files: O_TMPFILE. This flag opens a temporary file (read:
      unlinked) without any kind of race conditions. This mode is
      automatically used if available (no options needed)
    * Linux pivot-root: When dealing with Linux namespaces, changing the root
      filesystem is one of the main task. chroot() is generally too simple,
      while pivot-root allows you more advanced setup. The syntax is
    - -pivot-root <new_root> <old_root>
    * Cheaper memlimit: This new check allows control of dynamic process
      spawning based on the RSS usage
    * Log encoders: A method of encoding logs for arbitrary external logging
      systems. They are basically patterns you can apply to each logline
    * New "advanced" Hooks: A new series of hooks for developers needing
      little modifications to the uWSGI cores are available.
    * New mount/umount hooks: When dealing with namespaces and jails, mounting
      and unmounting filesystems is one of the most common tasks. As the mount
      and umount commands could not be available during the setup phase, these
      2 hooks have been added directly calling the syscalls.
  - Changes from 1.9.15
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed jvm options hashmap (#364)
    * fixed python3 wsgi.file_wrapper
    * fixed python3 --catch-exceptions
    * fixed type in pypy wsgi.input.read
    * better symbol detection for pypy
    * improved ruby libraries management on heroku
    * fixed http-keepalive memleak
    * fixed spooler body management under CPython
    * fixed unshare() usage of 'fs'
    * fixed UWSGI_PROFILE usage when building plugins with --plugin
    * improved SmartOS support and added OmniOS support
    * New features
    * The PTY plugin: This new plugin allows you to generate pseudoterminals
      and attach them to your workers. Pseudoterminals are then reachable via
      network (UNIX or TCP sockets). You can use them for shared debugging or
      to have input channels on your webapps.
    * strict mode: If you want to check all of your config options, you can
      now add the --strict option. Unknown options will trigger a fatal error.
    * fallback configs: Being very cheap (in term of resources) and supporting
      lot of operating systems and architectures, uWSGI is heavily used in
      embedded systems. One of the common feature in such devices is the
      "reset to factory defaults." uWSGI now natively support this kind of
      operation, thanks to the --fallback-config option.
    * --perl-exec and --perl-exec-post-fork: You can now run custom perl code
      before and after the fork() calls. Both options simply take the perl
      script as the argument
    * uwsgi.cache_keys([cache]): This api function has been added to the
      python and pypy plugins. It allows you to iterate the keys of a local
      uWSGI cache. It returns a list.
    * added %(ftime) to logformat: this is like 'ltime' but honouring the
    - -log-date format
    * protect destruction of UNIX sockets when another instance binds them: on
      startup uWSGI now get the inode of the just created unix socket. On
      vacuum if the inode is changed the unlink of the socket is skipped. This
      should help avoiding sysadmin destructive race conditions or
      misconfigurations
    * --worker-exec2: this is like --worker-exec but happens after post_fork
      hooks
    * allow post_fork hook on general plugins: general plugins (the ones
      without the .request hook) can now expose the .post_fork hook
    * --call hooks: In the same spirit of exec-* hooks, call hooks works in
      the same way but directly calling functions in the current process
      address space (they have to be exposed as valid symbols)
    * init_func support for plugins, and --need-plugin variant: when loading a
      plugin you can call a symbol defined in it soon after dlopen()
    * added commodity loader for the pecan framework: A new python loader
      (--pecan) has been added for the pecan WSGI framework
    * UWSGI_REMOVE_INCLUDES: during the build phase you can remove include
      headers with the UWSGI_REMOVE_INCLUDES environment variable. This is
      useful for cross-compilation where some automatically detected includes
      could be wrong
    * router_expires: We already have various options in the uWSGI core to set
      Expires header. This router has been added to allow customizing them
    * announce Legion's death on reload/shutdown: Every legion member will now
      announce its death as soon as a reload (or a shutdown) of the instance
      is triggered
    * The GlusterFS plugin (beta): This new plugin make use ot the new
      glusterfs c api, avoiding the overhead of fuse when serving files stored
      on glusterfs servers. The plugin supports the multiprocess and
      multithreads modes, while async modes are currently in beta.
    * --force-gateway: all of the gateways (fastrouter, httprouter, rawrouter,
      sslrouter ...) has to be run under the master process. By specifying
    - -force-gateway, you will bypass this limit
    * preliminary python3 profiler (beta): The --profiler pycall/pyline
      profilers have been added to python3. They are beta quality (they leak
      memory), but should be usable.
    * file monitor support for OpenBSD,NetBSD,DragonFlyBSD: Both --fs-reload
      and the @fmon decorator now work on these operating systems.
    * --cwd: you can force the startup "current working directory" (used by
    - -vacuum and the reloading subsystem) with this option. It is useful in
      chroot setups where the binary executable change its place.
    * --add-gid: This options allows you to add additional group ids to the
      current process. You can specify it multiple times.
    * Emperor and Linux namespaces improvements: Thanks to the cooperation
      with the pythonanywhere.com guys the Emperor has been improved for
      better Linux namespaces integration. The --emperor-use-clone option
      allows you to use clone() instead of fork() for your vassal's spawn. In
      this way you can create the vassals directly in a new namespace. The
      function takes the same parameters of the --unshare one
    * --wait-for-interface: As dealing with the Linux network namespace
      introduces lot of race conditions (expecially when working with virtual
      ethernets), this new option allows you to pause an instance until a
      network interface is available. This is useful when waiting for the
      emperor to move a veth to the vassal namespace, avoiding the vassal to
      run commands on the interface before is available
  - Changes from 1.9.14
    * Bugfixes
    * fixed python modifier1 management (was hardcoded to 0)
    * fixed url decoding in http and http-socket (it now supports lowercase
      hex, spotted by Miles Shang)
    * more user-friendly error message for undeletable unix sockets
    * fixed --http-auto-chunked in http 1.1 keepalive mode (André Cruz)
    * fixed python wheel support (Fraser Nevett)
    * fixed --safe-fd (was not correctly honoured by the Emperor)
    * fixed ruby 2.x reloading
    * improved support for OSX Tiger (yes, OSX 10.4)
    * better computation of listen queue load
    * fixed v8 build on OSX
    * fixed pypy rpc
    * improved chunked api performance
    * fixed latin1 encoding with python3
    * fixed --spooler-ordered (Roberto Leandrini)
    * fixed php status line reported in request logs
    * New features
    * Ruby 1.9.x/2.x native threads support: Ruby 1.9 (mri) introduced native
      threads support (very similar to the CPython ones, governed by a global
      lock named GVL).
    * Filesystem monitoring interface (fsmon): Currently uWSGI is able to
      monitor filesystem changes using the "simple" --touch-* facility or the
      signal framework (using various operating system api like inotify or
      kqueue). A new interface for plugin writers named "fsmon" has been
      added, allowing easy implementation of realtime filesystem monitors.
    * uClibc support: uWSGI can now be built on uclibc-based systems
      (generally, embedded systems)
    * Lua 5.2 support:  the lua plugins now support Lua 5.2
    * setscheme, setdocroot: These two new routing actions allow you to
      dynamically override DOCUMENT_ROOT and UWSGI_SCHEME
    * sendfile, fastfile: These two actions (added to the router_static
      plugin) allow you to return static files to the client bypassing the
      DOCUMENT_ROOT check.
    * --reload-on-fd and --brutal-reload-on-fd: Two new options allowing you
      to reload an instance when a file descriptor is ready. Currently the
      best usage scenario is for the oom_control cgroup interface (via
      eventfd)
    * Spooler improvements: You can now pass to all of the available
      spooler-related decorators the "pass_arguments=True" option, to
      automatically serialize the spooler function parameters. This is an
      abstraction avoiding you the need to serialize/deserialize arguments. In
      addition to this the decorators have been extended to implement __call__
      in this way you can directly call spoller decorated functions as normal
      functions.
    * --emperor-nofollow: Enabling this option will allow the Emperor to watch
      for symbolic links mtime update instead of the mtime of the real file.
    * daemontools envdir support: Albeit daemontools look old-fashioned,
      things like envdirs (http://cr.yp.to/daemontools/envdir.html) are
      heavily used in various context. uWSGI got two new options (--envdir
      <path> and --early-envdir <path>) allowing you to support this special
      (archaic ?) configuration way.
    * xmldir improvements: The xmldir plugins has been improved supporting
      iconv-based utf8 encoding. Various minor fixes have been committed.
* Fri Sep 20 2013 dvaleev@suse.com
  - enable v8 conditionally (enables build for powerpc and s390)
* Thu Sep 05 2013 mls@suse.de
  - add libperl_requires, as we link against libperl and thus
    need a specific version of perl
* Tue Jul 16 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Add -Wformat to emperor_pg CFLAGS since pg-config --cflags returns
    - Wformat-security and gcc complains about it's exclusion
* Tue Jul 16 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Update to 1.9.13
    * Bugfixes
    * Fixed a corner case bug when response offloading is enabled, but no
      request plugin is loaded
    * Fixed harakiri routing when multiple rules are in place (return NEXT
      instead of CONTINUE)
    * Fixed curl crashing master on slow dns responses (Łukasz Mierzwa)
    * Removed PTRACE check in uwsgi.h (it is no more needed since uWSGI 1.0)
    * Fixed -print-sym
    * Added a newline in -cflags
    * Improved python3 detection and compilation
    * Fixed Coro::AnyEvent loop engine (John Berthels)
    * Rack api functions are now static
    * Better fastcgi handling of big uploads
    * Improved GCC usage on Darwin for Python non-apple builds
    * Fixed XCLIENT usage in rawrouter
    * Use the clang preprocessor instead of hardcoded 'cpp' when CC=clang is
      used
    * Set 16bit options to 65535 when higher values are requested
    * Fixed virtualhosting (it is now compatible with 1.4 configurations)
    * New features
    * https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-1.9.13.html
    * PyPy performance and features improvents
    * Chunked input api
    * Toward better third-party plugins management: the -dot-h option
    * setmethod, seturi and setpathinfo routing action
    * UWSGI_INCLUDES
    * Improved set_user_harakiri api function
    * -add-cache-item [cache ]KEY=VALUE
    * the router_xmldir plugin
    * Implement __call__ for @spool* decorators
    * the uwsgi[lq] routing var
    * -use-abort
  - Changes from 1.9.12
    * Bugfixes
    * offloading cache writes will return the correct status code and not 202
    * you can now control the path of temporary files setting the TMPDIR
      environment variable (this fixes an old issue for users without control
      over /tmp)
    * fixed a compilation error on amqp imperial monitor
    * cron commands are correctly escaped when reported in the stats server
    * fixed fastcgi parser corner-case bug with big uploads
    * fixed support for newest cygwin
    * New Features
    * https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Changelog-1.9.12.html
    * Offloading responses
    * JWSGI and JVM improvements
    * -touch-signal
    * The "pipe" offload engine
    * The new redis router
    * The "hash" router
* Fri May 31 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Fix path to uwsgi binary in service file
  - Install uwsgi.ini
  - Fix signed/unsigned comparison in emperor_amqp
* Wed May 29 2013 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Deprecated init script and sysconfig file in favor of systemd service and a
    default configuration file /etc/uwsgi/uwsgi.ini
  - Update README to describe important changes
  - Removed separate packages for plugins that have no uncommon requirements
  - Update to 1.9.11
    * Fixed Python 3 stdout/stderr buffering
    * Fixed mule messages (@mulefunc is now reliable)
    * Fixed SCRIPT_NAME handling in dynamic mode
    * Fixed X-Sendfile with gzip static mode
    * Fixed cache item maximum size with custom block size
    * Fixed cache path handling
    * Added the new high-performance PyPy plugin
    * You can now avoid overlapping crons using --unique-cron. The uWSGI master
      will track death of a single task, and until its death the same cron will
      not be triggered
    * A key/value variant of the --cron option is now available
    * When using the cron2 option you are allowed to set a harakiri timeout for a
      cron task. Just add harakiri=n to the options
    * Added support for GNU Hurd
    * A new offload engine named "memory" allows to offload memory transfers. The
      cache router automatically supports it. To enable it just add
    - -offload-threads <n>
    * An example websocket chat using Redis has been added to the repository
    * You can now define a routing table to be executed as soon as you set the
      HTTP status code in your plugin
    * Generally the wsgi.file_wrapper callable expects a file-like object. PEP
      333/3333 reports a special pattern when the object is not a file (call
      read() until the object is consumed). uWSGI now supports this pattern (even
      if in a hacky way)
    * When using --http-keepalive you can now hold the connection open even if
      the request has a body
    * You can now set a harakiri timer for each request using internal routing
    * The RPC plugin has been extended to allows interoperation with other
      standards. Currently a simple HTTP wrapper and an XML-RPC one are exposed
  - 1.9.10
    * fixed alarm threads during reloads
    * fixed uninitialized memory in --touch-* options
    * fixed a regression in --attach-daemon
    * Added gccgo plugin. As Go 1.1 will be no no more compatible with uWSGI,
      gccgo will became the official way for running go apps
    * You can now run routing rules after a request. Obviously not all of the
      exposed actions make sense after the request but you should be able to
      write even more complex setup
  - 1.9.9
    * Special warning: The router_basicauth plugin has changed its default
      behaviour to return "break" if authorization fails. The "basicauth-next"
      action, uses the old behaviour (returning "next"). This new approach should
      reduce security problems caused by wrong configurations
    * do not increment "tx" statistics counter for "unaccountable" plugins
    * fixed --backtrace-depth
    * fixed cache-sync parsing
    * fixed mule farms initialization
    * fixed multithreading bug when regexp conditional route is used
    * fixed default-app usage in the psgi plugin
    * fixed python dynamic mode + threads
    * fixed error reporting in corerouter when retry is in place
    * correctly report harakiri condition for gateways
    * Added the WebDav plugin
    * Added support for Go 1.1. Albeit you can successfully embed go 1.1 apps in
      uWSGI, go 1.1 will be completely fork() unsafe. That means you are not able
      to use multiprocessing, the master, mules and so on
    * Stackless, Greenlet and Fiber support have been updated to support new
      async features
    * You can now authenticate over radius servers using the router_radius plugin
    * Added another authentication backend, using SPNEGO (kerberos)
    * Added the ldap authenticator
    * Removed the GOON action, as it was messy and basically useless with the new
      authentication approach
    * The "setscriptname" action has been added to override the internally
      computed SCRIPT_NAME (not only the var)
    * The "donotlog" action forces uWSGI to not log the current request
    * The "regexp" routing conditions has been improved to allows grouping. Now
      you can easily manipulate strings and adding them as new request VARS
    * uwsgi.atexit hook is now honoured by the gevent plugin (Author: André Cruz)
    * Transformations can be applied on the fly (no buffering involved)
    * The xattr plugin allows you to reference files extended attributes in the
      internal routing subsystem
    * Added airbrake plugin. Currently at early stage of development, it allows
      sending uWSGI exceptions and alarms to airbrake servers
    * Added legion daemons, allowing you to run external processes only when an
      instance is a lord
    * A new "touch" option (like --touch-reload) is available, triggering the
      execution of a command
    * You can now use the caching subsystem to store 64bit signed numbers and
      apply atomic operations on them
  - 1.9.8
    * fixed a crash when reloading the master
    * fixed a crash in async mode + uGreen
    * the 'mime' routing var requires a request var (not a raw string)
  - 1.9.7
    * fixed teajs engine build
    * fixed offloading status code (set to 202 when a request is offloaded)
    * execute cron tasks within 60 second resolution, instead of 61 seconds
    * fixed websocket proxy
    * check for python3 unicode encoding (instead of crashing...)
    * fixed ipcsem removal on reload
    * fixed kqueue timer on OpenBSD, NetBSD and DragonFlyBSD
    * fixed/reimplemented perl uwsgi::register_rpc
    * fixed fd leak on sendfile() error
    * fixed Content-Length when gzip file variant is used
    * allows non-request plugins to register rpc functions
    * more robust error checking for cgroups
    * honour SCRIPT_NAME the in the PSGI plugin when multiple perl apps are
      mounted
    * Added legion cron to force only one instance of an application in legion
      mode to execute cron tasks
    * The curl_cron plugin has been added allowing the cron subsystem to call
      urls (via libcurl) instead of unix commands
    * The cachestore routing function can now directly store items in gzip format
    * Added --skip-atexit to avoid calling atexit() hooks to workaround a bug in the
      mongodb client library
    * The http and uwsgi routing instructions are now more smart. You can cache
      their output and get the right status code in the logs
    * Added a generic api for manipulating the response has been added
      (cachestore uses it)
    * You can now trigger alarms when an fd is ready for read with --alarm-fd
    * The spooler server plugin and the cheaper busyness algorithm are now
      compiled in by default
  - 1.9.6
    * workaround for building the python plugin with gcc 4.8
    * Sqlite and LDAP configuration moved to plugins
    * New instructions added to allow for dynamic apps using internal routing
    * You can now configure how the carbon plugin send the response average when
      no requests have been managed
    * Added numeric checks for the internal routing
    * Added math and time support in the internal routing
    * Added non-standard seek() and tell() to wsgi.input (post-buffering
      required)
    * You can invoke the ipython shell instead of the default one when using
    - -pyshell
    * Added the 'rpcraw' routing instruction (dangerous)
    * Added preliminary support for the HTTP Range header
    * Added the 'lord' routing condition for Legion
    * Added GridFS authentication
    * Added the 'uwsgi' routing var for accessing internal uWSGI parameters
    * Added the 'alarm' routing action for triggering alarms from the routing
      subsystem
    * Added --rbshell for accessing a Ruby shell
    * Added --lua-shell for accessing a Lua shell
    * Removed the old (and useless) probe subsystem
    * Two new hooks have been added to the Legion subsystem: --legion-node-joined
      and --legion-node-left
    * --socket-sndbuf and --socket-rcvbuf have been added to allow tuning of the
      send and receive buffers of the uWSGI sockets (use with caution)
    * V8 plugin improvements
  - 1.9.5
    * fixed a memory leak with cachestore routing instruction (Riccardo
      Magliocchetti)
    * fixed a memory leak in carbon plugin (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * fixed a memory leak in the cgi plugin (Riccardo Magliocchetti)
    * fixed old-style python dynamic apps
    * force the emperor to honour --max-fd for vassals
    * improved PSGI seek with post-buffering
    * fixed kvlist escaping
    * Added the GridFS plugin
    * Improved V8 plugin
    * Added the 'cgi' routing instruction to call CGI scripts directly
  - 1.9.4
    * fixed cache statistics exported by the stats subsystem (Łukasz Mierzwa)
    * fixed CoroEV bug in after_request (Tom Molesworth and John Berthels)
    * update cache items after a restore from persistent storage (Łukasz Mierzwa)
    * fixed signal handling in non-worker processes
    * fixed thundering herd in multiple mules setup
    * ported the cplusplus skeletal plugin to the new api
    * fixed uWSGI reloading when build as a shared library
    * From now on, SmartOS is included in the officially supported operating
      systems
    * Support for JavaScript routing rules and configurations using V8
    * Added the rpcnext routing action
    * Legion improvements
  - 1.9.3
    * fixed imports in the JVM build system when virtualenvs are used (Ryan
      Kaskel)
    * fixed mod_proxy_uwsgi with apache 2.4
    * fixed php headers generation when Status is created from the php app itself
    * Pluggable configuration system (with Lua support)
    * Immediate setuid and setgid with new options --immediate-uid and
    - -immediate-gid
    * The option --emperor-tyrant-nofollow has been added forcing the emperor to
      now follow symlinks when searching for uid/gid in tyrant mode
    * Added the "rpcret" routing action to usa Lua to write advanced rules
  - 1.9.2
    * Fixed python3 response headers managament (wrong refcnt)
    * Fixed readline() on request body when postbuffering is in place
    * Fixed ruby fiber plugin
    * You can now store responses automatically in the uWSGI cache using
      route-run and the cachestore routing action
    * routing access to cookie and query string
    * Added empty internal routing condition
    * Added the Geoip plugin
    * Added the SSI plugin (beta)
  - 1.9.1
    * Fixed --req-logger after a graceful reload
    * Fixed a crash with the carbon plugin
    * Fixed signal handling when multiple workers + copy on write is in place
    * Fixed exception handling in the Rack plugin
    * The XSLT plugin has been added. It allows to apply XML transformation via
      request plugin or uWSGI internal routing
    * Legion scrolls api
    * On demand vassals in Emperor mode
    * The --exec-post-app hook has been added allowing you to run commands after
      the load of an application
    * The cache router plugin has been improved
    * Added a crypto logger allowing for encryption in logging to remote hosts
      via UDP
    * The "rpc" routing instruction has been added, allowing you to call rpc
      functions directly from the routing subsystem and forward they output to
      the client
    * Preliminary support for name resolving in the carbon plugin
    * New routing conditions have been added (equal,startswith,endswith,regexp)
    * You can reference the uWSGI version string using the %V magic var in your
      configurations
    * Added the 'mongodb' generic plugin
  - 1.9
    * From now on, all of the request plugins need to be non-blocking
    * Added Coro::AnyEvent plugin for Perl. Requires Coro::Anyevent package
    * We have finally a truly working JVM infrastructure
    * The first Mono plugin attempt (in 2010) was a total failure. Now we have a
      new shining implementation
    * Language independent HTTP body manage
    * Faster uwsgi/HTTP/FastCGI/SCGI native sockets
    * Can split request/error logging
    * Chain reloading of workers
    * Offloading improvements
    * Better static files management/serving
    * New Generation Cache subsystem (cache2)
    * The Legion subsystem is a new whole addition to the uWSGI project. It has
      superseeded the old Clustering subsystem
    * Cygwin (windows) support
    * Advanced Exceptions subsystem
    * SPDY, SSL and SNI support
    * HTTP router keepalive, auto-chunking, auto-gzip and transparent websockets
    * The SSL router (sslrouter) for SSL virtual hosting
    * New Websockets API
    * New Programmable Internal Routing (turing complete ?)
    * A new imperial monitor has been added allowing vassals to be governed over
      zeromq messages
    * Total introspection via the stats server
    * Ping requests sent using nagios plugin will no longer be counted in apps
      request stats
    * The --app option has been removed. To load applications on specific
      mountpoints use the --mount option
    * The --static-offload-to-thread option has been removed. Use the more
      versatile --offload-threads
    * The grunt mode has been removed. To accomplish the same behaviour just use
      threads or directly call fork() and uwsgi.disconnect()
    * The send_message/recv_message api has been removed (use language-supplied
      functions)
  - 1.5
    * added --not-alarm-log
    * support for TCP_FASTOPEN (Linux-only)
    * improved emperor reloading
    * added --get
    * Legion subsystem
    * emperor_zeromq plugin
    * SNI support
    * distributed SSL session cache
  - 1.4.1
    * fixed typos in corerouter plugins
    * fixed offloading when the number of threads is higher than 1
    * fixed static_maps for non-existent paths
    * fixed uwsgi_connect() on modern Linux systems to reset the socket to blocking mode
  - 1.4
    * gevent improvements
    * improved http/https router and fastrouter
    * Go official support
    * a new set of infos are exported to the stats system
    * improved systemd support
    * log filtering and routing
    * improved tracebacker
    * offload transfer for static files, and network transfers
    * matheval support
    * plugins can be written in Obj-C
    * smart attach daemon
    * added support for PEP 405 virtualenvs
    * rawrouter with xclient support
    * internal routing plugin for cache
  - 1.3
    * python tracebacker
    * user-governed harakiri
    * simplified external plugin development
    * Linux namespace mountpoint improvements
    * secured subscription system
    * merged routers codebase (fastrouter, http, rawrouter)
    * https support in the http router
    * config report at the end of uWSGI build process
    * improved subscription system (multicast and unix socket)
    * custom options
    * graceful reloads on shared sockets
    * configurable log-master buffer size
    * extreme-optimizations for the stats subsystem
    * redislog and mongodblog plugins
    * added python logger
    * mongodb and postgres imperial monitors
    * implemented psgix.logger and psgix.cleanup
    * full rack spec compliance
    * preliminary ipv6 support
    * gevent graceful reloads
    * support for multiple loggers and logformat
    * lazy-apps to load apps after fork() but without changing reloading subsystem
    * emperor heartbeat subsystem
    * cheaper busyness plugin
    * pluggable clock sources
    * added router_rewrite and router_http plugins
    * external spoolers
    * support for section:// and fd:// loaders
    * alarm subsystem (with curl and xmpp plugins)
* Tue Sep 11 2012 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Install uwsgidecorators module for Python plugin
  - Create sysconfig file for adding uwsgi options
* Sun Sep 09 2012 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Don't attempt to build Erlang plugins on openSUSE < 12.2
  - Don't attempt to build Greenlet plugin on openSUSE < 12.1
* Sun Sep 09 2012 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Don't attempt to build Ruby 1.9 features on openSUSE < 12.2
* Sun Sep 09 2012 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Fix JVM build on i586
* Sat Sep 08 2012 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Fix lua requirement for openSUSE < 12.2
* Sat Sep 08 2012 jfunk@funktronics.ca
  - Initial release

Files

/usr/lib/uwsgi/jvm_plugin.so
/usr/lib/uwsgi/jwsgi_plugin.so
/usr/lib/uwsgi/ring_plugin.so
/usr/lib/uwsgi/servlet_plugin.so
/usr/share/java/uwsgi.jar


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