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Mon, 04 Jul 2016

vibe.d 0.7.29 release

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Brings a broad set of improvements and upgrades the code base for DMD 2.071.x. The URLRouter has also received some notable performance improvements.
Sat, 27 Feb 2016

vibe.d 0.7.28 hotfix release

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This is a hotfix release that fixes two critical regressions. The first one resulted in memory leaks or memory corruption, while the second one could cause TCP connections to hang indefinitely in the close() method for the libevent driver.
Tue, 09 Feb 2016

vibe.d 0.7.27 release

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In preparation for a full separation of the individual library components, this release splits up the code logically into multiple DUB sub packages. This enables dependent code to reduce the dependency footprint and compile times. In addition to this and a bunch of further improvements, a lot of performance tuning and some important REST interface additions went into this release.
Wed, 04 Nov 2015

vibe.d 0.7.26 release

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A large revamp of the REST interface generator was done in this release, which will enable faster future developments. The new JavaScript client generator is the first feature made possible by this. Apart from a good chunk of functional improvements in various areas, a notable change on the build level is that the VibeCustomMain version is no longer required for projects that implement their own main function.
Sun, 20 Sep 2015

vibe.d 0.7.25 release

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Mostly a bugfix release, including a regression fix in the web form parser. This release also drops official support for the DMD 2.065.0 front end (released February 2014), although it may continue to work for some time.
Mon, 10 Aug 2015

vibe.d 0.7.24 release

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Adds DMD 2.068.0 compatibility and contains a number of additions and fixes in all parts of the library. Some notable changes are the addition of WebSocket support in the vibe.web.web module and the planned deprecation of opDispatch for Json and Bson, as well as the rename of all "SSL" symbols to "TLS". HTTP request handlers can, and should, now take the request/response parameters as "scope", which will later allow to improve performance without compromising safety.