|[jetty-announce] Eclipse Jetty 9.4.34 Has Been Released!|
The Jetty team is happy to announce the immediate availability of a new release for the Eclipse Jetty 9.4.x branch. Jetty 9.4.34.v20201102 includes a number of bug fixes and improvements. It is recommended that all users upgrade as soon as they are able. A full list of changes for this release is listed at the end of this email. Additionally, the notes for 9.4.33 is also included as an email for that release was not sent out.
This release available on the Eclipse Jetty project download page or from the Maven Central repository:
Maven Central: https://repo1.maven.org/maven2/org/eclipse/jetty/
Documentation for this release can be found on the Eclipse Jetty project site:
If you find any issues with this release, or if you want to suggest future enhancements, please file an issue on the Jetty GitHub page:
The Jetty Development Team
#5320 : Using WebSocketClient with jetty-websocket-httpclient.xml in a Jetty web application causes ClassCastException
#5521 : ResourceCollection NPE in list()
#5555 : NPE for servlet with no mapping
#5488 : jetty-dir.css not found when using JPMS
#5498 : ServletHolder lifecycle correctness
#5535 : Support regex in SslContextFactory include/exclude of protocols
#5022 : Cleanup ServletHandler, specifically with respect to making filter chains more extensible
#5368 : WebSocket text event execute in same thread as running binary event and destroy Threadlocal
#5378 : Filter/Servlet/Listener Holders are not started if added during STARTING state.
#5409 : HttpClient fails intermittently with "Invalid response state TRANSIENT"
#5417 : Badly configured HttpConfiguration.securePort can lead to wrong port produced by ForwardedHeader
#5443 : Request without Host header fails with NullPointerException in ForwardedRequestCustomizer
#5451 : Improve Working Directory creation
#5454 : Request error context is not reset
#5475 : Update to spifly 1.3.2 and asm 9
#5480 : NPE from WebInfConfiguration.deconfigure during WebAppContext shutdown
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