OpO FAST Web Server and Database
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Release Notes (see the plans)
Release 0.9.7
October 3, 2018

Prune and reuse.

  • OpO no longer supports embedded Ruby nor spawned handlers. It is a fast triple store only. That includes a high performance web server and support for storing JSON in the triple store.
  • Multiple binds including IPv6 are now supported.
Release 0.9.5
December 19, 2017

C Client Support.

  • Support for a C client has been added. It offers asynchronous queries as well as pipelining. Speeds over 400K queries per second on a desktop machine.
Release 0.9.1
November 15, 2017

TQL Fix

  • The IN and BETWEEN operations where flagged as filter only. They are allowed in the WHERE clause now.
  • Fixed a crash that occurred on a ruby handler log entry.
Release 0.9.0
October 31, 2017

Journalling

  • Journalling implemented.
  • Benchmark tool, 'hose' updated to support any request such as a PUT.
Release 0.8.3
October 9, 2017

OpO-Rub configuration

  • OpO and OpO-Rub now look for configuration files in the ./config directory if none is specified.
Release 0.8.2
October 4, 2017

OpO-Rub Stability

  • OpO-Rub now handles Ruby exceptions better and does not hang.
Release 0.8.1
September 28, 2017

OpO-Rub Gem source

  • OpO-Rub now has an options to serve from an alternative source such as from inside a gem file.
Release 0.8.0d
September 11, 2017

OpO-Rub

  • Embedded Ruby support for the WABuR model.
  • Log message support added for handlers.
  • Interrupt messages added for handlers.
  • Keep-Alive connections support improved.
  • The hose application, used for benchmarking, now supports keep-alive connections.
Release 0.6.2d
August 30, 2017

Keep-Alive bug fix

  • Fixed keep-alive bug to allows all connections unless explicitly not keep-alive to continue receiving requests.
Release 0.6.1d
August 25, 2017

Decimal bug fix

  • Fixed a TQL parse error for decimal values.
Release 0.6.0d
August 24, 2017

Sync Release

  • Data is synced to disk on normal exit such as with ctrl-C.
  • URL paths without a file identified are with also try with index.html appended.
  • A run logging category was added to display start and shutdown infomation,
Release 0.5.0d
August 15, 2017

WABuR Release

  • First developer release. Many features are missing.
  • Support for spawning (sounds nicer than forking) an application and exchanging data over pipes. The WABuR Open Source project on GitHub explains the use in more detail and includes a sample app.