webdis 0.1.9+dfsg-1 source package in Ubuntu


webdis (0.1.9+dfsg-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * d/copyright: acknowledge upstream files relocation
  * New upstream version 0.1.9+dfsg
  * Refresh patches
  * Update include locations
  * d/copyright: fix whitespace
  * d/test.sh: fix whitespace
  * d/webdis.service: do not fail on mkdir (Closes: #940558) Thanks to
    Emmanuel BenoƮt
  * d/control: bump Standards-Version to 4.5.0 (no changes)

 -- Andrii Senkovych <email address hidden>  Thu, 23 Apr 2020 02:04:04 +0300

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Andrii Senkovych on 2020-04-27
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webdis_0.1.9+dfsg-1.debian.tar.xz 13.4 KiB 3824ce9b3e3a9f64a3b22690f53635a757c1ad11cdd9e711bdc0b2b8dee3f27a

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webdis: simple web server providing an HTTP interface to Redis

 Webdis is a simple web server providing HTTP interface to Redis. Some features
  * Support for GET and POST requests.
  * JSON output by default, optional JSONP parameter (?jsonp=myFunction).
  * Raw Redis 2.0 protocol output with .raw suffix
  * HTTP 1.1 pipelining (50,000 http requests per second on a desktop Linux
  * Restricted commands by IP range (CIDR subnet + mask) or HTTP Basic Auth,
    returning 403 errors.
  * Possible Redis authentication in the config file.
  * Pub/Sub using Transfer-Encoding: chunked, works with JSONP as well. Webdis
    can be used as a Comet server.
  * Custom Content-Type using a pre-defined file extension, or with
  * URL-encoded parameters for binary data or slashes.
  * Logs, with a configurable verbosity.
  * Cross-origin XHR, if compiled with libevent2 (for OPTIONS support).
  * File upload with PUT.
  * With the JSON output, the return value of INFO is parsed and transformed
    into an object.

webdis-dbgsym: debug symbols for webdis