AnyEvent 7.15 released

zdm at zdm at
Wed Feb 27 01:27:35 CET 2019

Thank you, Marc.

On 26.02.2019 04:10, Marc Lehmann wrote:
> AnyEvent 7.15 has been released and is on it's way to CPAN mirrors. The
> Changes include mostly bugfixes, primarily to work around the badly
> broken versions of Net::SSLeay currently circulating in many GNU/Linux
> distributions.
> If AnyEvent 7.14 works for you, there is little reason to upgrade.
> 7.15 Tue Feb 26 03:07:42 CET 2019
>         - INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: AnyEvent::Handle's tls_detect documentation gave
>           separate major and minor versions, while code passed only a single
>           value. This version follows the documentation and now passes separate
>           major and minor values.
>         - work around Net::SSLeay not having been ported to openssl 1.1, but many
>           distributions compiling it against openssl 1.1, which unfortunately
>           succeeds and results in a very broken module.
>         - AnyEvent::DNS::dns_unpack now stores the original DNS packet
>           in the __ member, to allow decoding of undecodable resouce records
>           containing compressed domian names.
>         - AnyEvent::Socket::parse_ipv6 would NOT, as advertised, accept ipv4
>           addresses. It now does and converts them to ipv4 mapped addresses.
>         - support CAA records, based on patch by Steve Atkins.
>         - add freenom and cloudflare nameservers as dns fallback.
>         - AnyEvent::Strict would not properly ward against io watchers
>           on files when the handle passed was a file descriptor.
>         - document "internal" variables used by the dns en-/decoder to allow
>           enterprising users to extend them in a semi-official way.

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