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[jetty-dev] Eclipse Jetty 9.4.46.v20220331 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.
This release includes a number of bug fixes and improvements.

A full list of changes for this release is listed at the end of this email.

This release is 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 jesse@xxxxxxxxxxx to discuss your specific needs.

Best Regards,
The Jetty Development Team

Jetty 9.4.46.v20220331

Full Changelog:
Notable Changes:

#7771 - Clarify WebSocketUpgradeFilter.addMapping() method usage
#7615 - HttpServletResponse.encodeURL not working for URLs starting with ../
#7599 - Honor parameters order when parsing query and form parameters (@jebeaudet)
#7569 - Miconfigured headerCacheSize in can result in IllegalArgumentException
#7567 - Gzip compression not working for multipart/form-data when added to the allowed list using addIncludedMimeTypes.
#7548 - Interrupt flag is not always cleared in between requests
#7518 - ArrayTrie getBest fails to match the empty string entry in certain cases
#7516 - Fix log class name in ArrayByteBufferPool (@slovdahl)
#7496 - Transient 400: Bad Request responses
#7480 - remove duplicated dependencies and upgrade to last spring 3.2.x
#7271 - It is necessary to set MAX_CAPACITY to ArrayTernaryTrie/ArrayTrie
#6756 - Deprecate jetty-spring sub-project
#5965 - Option --write-module-graph produces wrong .dot file

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