Nearly about a year passed since the last release of vfsStream, and some bugs were found by users of vfsStream. This was quite a surprise for me since I did not expect that anybody would use it.
This evening I fixed another bug reported some days ago, and since a patch for another bug was submitted and committed about half a year ago I decided to release version 0.3.2 tonight, so these are the changes:
- added support for trailing slashes on directories in vfsStream urls, patch provided by Gabriel Birke
- fixed bug #4: vfsstream can only be read once, reported by Christoph Bloemer
- enabled multiple iterations at the same time over the same directory
A big thank you to the bug reporters for their help to improve vfsStream. This should give me some motivation to go for 0.4.0 and implement support for file modes, at least being able to store and read them - full file mode support will be a hell of a work, not sure if it is worth the effort.
Today we released Stubbles 0.13.0. This release is a major breakthrough regarding integration of the Inversion of Control functionality. All web applications build with Stubbles can now be created via our Inversion of Control features, resulting in less code for the same power. In Stubbles this means we were able to throw away around 200 lines of code without loosing any functionality. Moreover, we got only slight performance penalties regarding runtime in our applications (around 0.01 seconds more), but experienced less memory usage (up to 512 K) especially in situations were we heavily relied on XJConf configurations before.
Beside this the release contains bugfixes and feature improvements. As always take a look at the changelog. However, don't look too much into our current documentation, it still needs to be updated to reflect the latest changes.
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