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[jetty-dev] Eclipse Jetty 9.4.30 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 9.4.30.v20200611 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.

This release available on the Eclipse Jetty project download page or from the Maven Central repository:

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:

Commercial production and development support for Jetty is offered through Webtide ( Please contact us for more information or email chris@xxxxxxxxxxx to discuss your specific needs.

Best Regards,

The Jetty Development Team

jetty-9.4.30.v20200611 - 11 June 2020
 + 4776 Incorrect path matching for WebSocket using PathMappings
 + 4826 Upgrade to Apache Jasper 8.5.54
 + 4855 occasional h2spec failures on jenkins
 + 4873 Server.join not working when used with ExecutorThreadPool
 + 4885 setCookie() must not change the headers in a response during an include
 + 4890 JettyClient behavior when SETTINGS_HEADER_TABLE_SIZE is set to 0 in
   SETTINGS Frame.
 + 4894 JDBCSessionDataStore fails to create multiple JettySessions for server
   with multiple databases
 + 4903 Give better errors for non public Websocket Endpoints
 + 4904 WebsocketClient creates more connections than needed
 + 4913 DirectoryNotEmptyException when using mvn jetty:run-distro
 + 4920 Restore ability to delete sessions on stop
 + 4921 Quickstart run improperly runs dynamically added context initializers
 + 4923 SecureRequestCustomizer.SslAttributes does not cache cert chain like
 + 4929 HttpClient: HttpCookieStore.Empty prevents sending cookies
 + 4936 Response header overflow leads to buffer corruptions

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