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0.9.5 Release Notes

Released: 2014-10-09

We are pleased to announce Prosody 0.9.5, the latest release of our stable 0.9 branch. This is mainly a bug fix release.

Note: If you are upgrading from 0.8.x or earlier, please read the 0.9.0 upgrade notes!

A summary of changes in this release:

  • C2S: Fix traceback if a client opens a stream to component, which could cause a crash in combination with some versions of LuaEvent
  • C2S, S2S: Log received invalid stream headers
  • S2S: Fix case where stream headers were sometimes sent twice
  • DNS: Ensure all pending requests get notified of a timeout when looking up a record
  • DNS: Fix duplicated cache insertions by limiting outstanding queries per name to one
  • xmppstream: Disable LuaExpat's buffering
  • xmppstream: Disable CharacterData merging after stream restarts
  • xmppstream: Pass invalid stream headers to error handling
  • Privacy lists: Correctly sort privacy list rules by order
  • prosody: Check dependencies later in the startup sequence
  • Config: Delay importing LuaFileSystem until needed by an Include line
  • Config: Normalize VirtualHost and Component names
  • prosodyctl: Normalize JIDs for adduser/passwd/deluser
  • POSIX: Fix error reporting from disk space allocation
  • POSIX: Verify that 'pidfile' is a string, show friendly error otherwise
  • Dependency checking: Check that prosody is running under Lua 5.1. We don't currently support any other versions. (LuaJIT identifies as 5.1)
  • Compliance: Reset stream ID when resetting stream
  • Compression: Log compression setup errors
  • Console: Fix commands for adding and replacing name servers
  • Console MUC commands: Fix error when a non-existent host is entered
  • Filters: Prevent filters from being added twice
  • Network: Transfer all available data between linked sockets
  • dataforms: Add support for XEP-0221: Data Forms Media Element

Download

For packages, please see our download page.

Source

You can grab a tarball of prosody-0.9.5.tar.gz (OpenPGP signed), or grab the latest 0.9 source from Mercurial with:

hg clone https://hg.prosody.im/0.9 prosody-0.9

More information on dealing with Prosody's source can be found at these links:

 
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