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156 days ago

Changelog History

  • v1.0.0

    October 28, 2019

    💥 Breaking changes

    • Remove the deprecated Mint.HTTP.request/4, Mint.HTTP1.request/4, and Mint.HTTP2.request/4.
  • v0.5.0

    October 28, 2019

    🐛 Bug fixes and improvements

    • Deprecate Mint.HTTP.request/4 in favor of explicitly passing the body every time in Mint.HTTP.request/5. Same for Mint.HTTP1 and Mint.HTTP2.
    • Don't include port in the authority header if it's the default port for the used protocol.
    • Add a default content-length header in HTTP/2
    • Allow passing headers to proxies with the :proxy_headers option.
    • Fix a bug with HTTP/1 chunking.
  • v0.4.0

    July 17, 2019

    🐛 Bug fixes and improvements

    • Fix a small bug with double "wrapping" of some Mint.TransportErrors.
    • Prevent unnecessary buffer allocations in the connections (less memory waste!).
    • Add support for chunked transfer-encoding in HTTP/1 requests when you don't use content-encoding/transfer-encoding yourself.
    • Add support for trailing headers in HTTP/* requests through stream_request_body/3.
    • Add a page about decompressing responses in the guides.
  • v0.3.0

    💥 Breaking changes

    • Remove Mint.HTTP1.get_socket/1, Mint.HTTP2.get_socket/1, and Mint.HTTP.get_socket/1.

    🐛 Bug fixes and improvements

    • Downcase all headers in HTTP/2 to mimic the behavior in HTTP/1.1.

    • Add Mint.HTTP.set_mode/2, Mint.HTTP1.set_mode/2, and Mint.HTTP2.set_mode/2 to change the mode of a socket between active and passive.

    • Add a :mode option to the connect/4 functions to start the socket in active or passive mode.

    • Add Mint.HTTP.recv/3, Mint.HTTP1.recv/3, and Mint.HTTP2.recv/3 to receive data from a passive socket in a blocking way.

    • Add Mint.HTTP.controlling_process/2, Mint.HTTP1.controlling_process/2, and Mint.HTTP2.controlling_process/2 to change the controlling process of a connection.

    • Support trailing response headers in HTTP/2 connections.

  • v0.2.1

    April 23, 2019

    🐛 Bug fixes and improvements

    • Fix a bug with requests exceeding the window size in HTTP/2. We were sending the headers of a request even if the body was larger than the window size. Now, if the body is larger than the window size, we error out right away.

    • Fix a bug in the HTTP/2 handshake that would crash the connection in case the server sent unforeseen frames.

    • Improve buffering of body chunks in HTTP/1.

  • v0.2.0

    April 09, 2019

    💥 Breaking changes

    • Add the Mint.TransportError and Mint.HTTPError exceptions. Change all the connection functions so that they return these error structs instead of generic terms.
    • Remove Mint.HTTP2.get_setting/2 in favour of Mint.HTTP2.get_server_setting/2 and Mint.HTTP2.get_client_setting/2.

    🐛 Bug fixes and enhancements

    • Add support for HTTP/2 server push with the new :push_promise response.
    • Add Mint.HTTP2.cancel_request/5.
    • Add Mint.HTTP2.get_window_size/2.
    • Add open_request_count/1 function to Mint.HTTP, and Mint.HTTP1, Mint.HTTP2.
    • Add open?/2 function to Mint.HTTP, and Mint.HTTP1, Mint.HTTP2.
    • Make the Mint.HTTP2.HPACK module private.
    • Take into account the max header list size advertised by the server in HTTP/2 connections.
    • Improve error handling in a bunch of Mint.HTTP2 functions.
    • Fix flow control on WINDOW_UPDATE frames at the connection level in Mint.HTTP2.
    • Correctly return timeout errors when connecting.
    • Treat HTTP/1 header keys as case-insensitive.
    • Prohibit users from streaming on unknown requests in HTTP/2.
    • Prohibit the server from violating the client's max concurrent streams setting in HTTP/2.
    • Strip whitespace when parsing the content-length header in HTTP/1.
    • Fix path validation when building HTTP/1 requests, fixes paths with %NN escapes.
  • v0.1.0

    February 26, 2019