Cutelyst 1.12.0 released

The year is about to end and so is Cutelyst v1 series, I wasn’t planning for another release this year but Matthias added some nice new features that I decided to roll 1.12 in 2017 branching 1.x.x series and master is now officially Cutelyst 2 with no stable API/ABI until 2.0.0 is tagged.

HTTP/2 support will hopefully be part of Cutelyst 2.0.0, there aren’t any drastic changes in v2, most important thing is fixing MSVC builds and removing deprecated API.

Back to this release it includes a newย CSRF protection plugin, with a Grantlee tag similar to what Django has. Add to this many fixes and the epoll event loop dispatcher is now even faster and got many fixes, performance wise it’s great advantage is when dealing with many simultaneous connections, it can lead to 2-3 times faster than default glib one.

https://github.com/cutelyst/cutelyst/archive/v1.12.0.tar.gz

Happy new hacking year!

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Cutelyst 1.12.0 released

5 thoughts on “Cutelyst 1.12.0 released

  1. I saw your post on Planet KDE. So… what is Cutelyst?

    Consider:
    * You are the marketing department for your project.
    * You never know who will come across one of your communications, and you never get a second chance to make a first impression.

    So: The second sentence of every announcement and blog post HAS to be a summary of what the hell your project does. Itโ€™s a good exercise to come up with a crisp meaningful one-sentence overview. It will teach Google and search engines about your project and no one will begrudge you the repetition.

    1. Hi, since you mostly blog about Cutelyst maybe you cold add a sub-header under your blog’s title explaining what Cutelyst is, so you don’t have to remember doing it for every post ๐Ÿ™‚

      Or maybe a sidebar?

      1. I don’t think I would see a blog sub-header or sidebar when posts are featured on aggregators like Planet {Gnome|KDE|Ubuntu}. Maybe I’m the only person who still reads them? ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. @SKIERPAGE, I also use RSS to get notified but usually open the blog posts to read them more comfortably.
    Also, some blogging platforms don’t give you the full post in the RSS feed so you have to open it on a browser to read it in full ๐Ÿ™‚

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