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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 2.0.2, Package name: py27-uwsgi-2.0.2, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

uWSGI is a fast (pure C), self-healing, developer-friendly WSGI server,
aimed for professional python webapps deployment and development.
Backend support exists for Apache, nginx, cherokee and lighttpd.

Some of the features include:
- low memory footprint
- preforking and multithreaded operation
- logging, diagnostic and profiling support
- support for sendfile()
- self-healing
- graceful restart and hot-plug upgrading

Required to run:
[textproc/libxml2] [devel/py-setuptools] [lang/python27]

Package options: libxml2, openssl, zlib

Master sites:

SHA1: 82a3198c896272206762473aead711bcc2ff0c61
RMD160: bdb4c2cd336dd1dd8f80c6d3aac05ffd11cbc03e
Filesize: 736.492 KB

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   2014-03-01 20:12:23 by Blue Rats | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated to latest release, 2.0.2. From Changelog:


 * fixed python3 support on older compilers/libc
 * allow starting in spooler-only mode
 * fixed cache bitmap support and added test suite (credits: Danila Shtan)
 * fixed ftime log var
 * added async remote signal management
 * fixed end-for and end-if
 * fixed loop in internal-routing response chain
 * fixed pypy execute_source usage
 * logpipe: Don\u2019t setsid() twice (credits: INADA Naoki)

New features and improvements
CGI plugin

The plugin has been improved to support streaming.

In addition to this the long-awaited async support is finally ready. Now you can
have CGI concurrency without spawning a gazillion of expensive threads/processes

Check: Running CGI scripts on uWSGI
PSGI loading improvements

The PSGI loader now tries to use Plack::Util::load_psgi() function instead of
simple eval. This addresses various inconsistences in the environment (like the
double parsing/compilation/execution of psgi scripts).

If the Plack module is not available, a simple do-based code is used (very
similar to load_psgi)
   2014-02-17 02:01:13 by Blue Rats | Files touched by this commit (3) | Package updated
Log message:
Updated to latest release, 2.0.1. From Changelog:

(http://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/la … =changelog)

Bugfixes and improvements

 * due to a wrong prototype declaration, building uWSGI without SSL resulted in
   a compilation bug. The issue has been fixed.
 * a race condition preventing usage of a massive number of threads in the PyPy
   plugin has been fixed
 * check for heartbeat status only if heartbeat subsystem has been enabled
 * improved heartbeat code to support various corner cases
 * improved psgi.input to support offset in read()
 * fixed (and simplified) perl stacktrace usage
 * fixed sni secured subscription
 * CGI plugin does not require anymore that Status header is the first one
   (Andjelko Horvat)
 * fixed CPython mule_msg_get timeout parsing
 * allows embedding of config files via absolute paths
 * fixed symcall rpc
 * fixed a memory leak in CPython spooler api (xiaost)
 * The -no-orphans hardening has been brought back (currently Linux-only)
 * improved dotsplit router mode to reduce DOS risk
 * sub-Emperor are now loyal by default
 * fixed non-shared ruby 1.8.7 support
 * fixed harakiri CPython tracebacker
 * request vars are now correctly exposed by the stats server
 * support log-master for logfile-chown
 * improved legion reload
 * fixed tuntap netmask
 * fixed busyness plugin without metrics subsystem

New features

* uWSGI 2.0 is a LTS branch, so do not expect too much new features. 2.0.1 is
  the first maintainance release, so you still get a bunch of them (mainly
  features not complete in 2.0)
* Perl native Spooler support
* -alarm-backlog
* -close-on-exec2
* simple notifications subsystem
* pid namespace for daemons (Linux only)
* Resubscriptions
* filesystem monitor api
* support for yajl 1.0
* for-readline
* %i and %j magic vars
* -inject-before and -inject-after
* -http-server-name-as-http-host
* better Emperor's Ragnarok (shutdown procedure)
* PyPy paste support
   2014-02-13 00:18:57 by Matthias Scheler | Files touched by this commit (1568)
Log message:
Recursive PKGREVISION bump for OpenSSL API version bump.
   2014-01-23 15:47:05 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (8) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 2.0 (python-3.x compatible) based on the wip package by othyro.

uWSGI 2.0

Changelog [20131230] Important changes

Dynamic options have been definitely removed as well as the
broken_plugins directory Bugfixes and improvements

    improved log rotation do not rely on unix signals to print
    request status during harakiri added magic vars for uid and
    gid various Lua fixes a tons of coverity-governed bugfixes made
    by Riccardo Magliocchetti

New features --attach-daemon2

this is a keyval based option for configuring external daemons.

Updated docs are: :doc:`AttachingDaemons` Linux setns() support

One of the biggest improvements in uWSGI 1.9-2.0 has been the total
support for Linux namespaces.

This last patch adds support for the setns() syscall.

This syscall allows a process to "attach" to a running namespace.

uWSGI instances can exposes their namespaces file descriptors
(basically they are the files in /proc/self/ns) via a unix socket.

External instances connects to that unix socket and automatically
enters the mapped namespace.

to spawn an instance in "namespace server mode", you use the
--setns-socket <addr> option

uwsgi --setns-socket /var/run/ns.socket --unshare net,ipc,uts ...

to attach you simply use --setns <addr>

uwsgi --setns /var/run/ns.socket ...

Updated docs: :doc:`Namespaces` "private" hooks

When uWSGI runs your hooks, it verbosely print the whole hook action
line. This could be a security problem in some scenario (for example
when you run initial phases as root user but allows unprivileged
access to logs).

Prefixing your action with a '!' will suppress full logging:

[uwsgi] hook-asap = !exec:my_secret_command

Support for yajl library (JSON parser)

Til now uWSGI only supported jansson as the json parser required
for managing .js config files.

You can now use the yajl library (available in centos) as alternative
JSON parser (will be automatically detected) Perl spooler support

The perl/PSGI plugin can now be used as a spooler server:

uwsgi::spooler(sub {
     my $args = shift; print Dumper($args); return -2; });

The client part is still missing as we need to fix some internal
api problem.

Expect it in 2.0.1 ;) Gateways can drop privileges

Gateways (like http router, sslrouter, rawrouter, forkptyrouter
...) can now drop privileges independently by the master.

Currently only the http/https/spdy router exposes the new option
(--http-uid/--http-gid) Subscriptions-governed SNI contexts

The subscription subsystem now supports 3 additional keys (you can
set them with the --subscribe2 option):




all of the takes a path to the relevant ssl files.
   2014-01-05 04:46:11 by Blue Rats | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Fix patch header.
   2014-01-04 14:56:01 by Blue Rats | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 1.4.10, the oldest version supported by upstream. See py-uwsgi in
-wip for the newest supported version. Partial ChangeLog:

 * 1.4.1

- fixed typos in corerouter plugins
- fixed offloading when the number of threads is higher than 1
- fixed static_maps for non-existent paths
- fixed uwsgi_connect() on modern Linux systems to reset the socket to blocking mode

 * 1.4

- gevent improvements
- improved http/https router and fastrouter
- Go official support
- a new set of infos are exported to the stats system
- improved systemd support
- log filtering and routing
- improved tracebacker
- offload transfer for static files, and network transfers
- matheval support
- plugins can be written in Obj-C
- smart attach daemon
- added support for PEP 405 virtualenvs
- rawrouter with xclient support
- internal routing plugin for cache

 * 1.3

- python tracebacker
- user-governed harakiri
- simplified external plugin development
- Linux namespace mountpoint improvements
- secured subscription system
- merged routers codebase (fastrouter, http, rawrouter)
- https support in the http router
- config report at the end of uWSGI build process
- improved subscription system (multicast and unix socket)
- custom options
- graceful reloads on shared sockets
- configurable log-master buffer size
- extreme-optimizations for the stats subsystem
- redislog and mongodblog plugins
- added python logger
- mongodb and postgres imperial monitors
- implemented psgix.logger and psgix.cleanup
- full rack spec compliance
- preliminary ipv6 support
- gevent graceful reloads
- support for multiple loggers and logformat
- lazy-apps to load apps after fork() but without changing reloading subsystem
- emperor heartbeat subsystem
- cheaper busyness plugin
- pluggable clock sources
- added router_rewrite and router_http plugins
- external spoolers
- support for section:// and fd:// loaders
- alarm subsystem (with curl and xmpp plugins)
   2012-10-28 07:31:10 by Aleksej Saushev | Files touched by this commit (600)
Log message:
Drop superfluous PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT, "user-destdir" is default these days.
   2012-10-16 09:41:52 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2)
Log message:
Simplify by using egg.mk.