Netty 4.0.34.Final released
I'm happy to announce the release of Netty 4.0.34.Final.
This release contains 110+ changes, including bug-fixes, performance improvements and new features.
The most important changes are:
- SslHandler does not send SSL close notify after receiving an invalid client certificate (#3900)
- High CPU usage with SO_LINGER and sudden connection close (4.0.26.Final+) (#4449)
- DefaultPromise LateListener notification order (#4492)
- Respect ClientAuth set via OpenSslEngine constructor (#4576)
- Throw ReadOnlyBufferException if unsafe buffer is used and dst is direct (#4577)
- Prevent adding newline if Base64 buffer encoded ends directly on MAX_LINE_LENGTH (#4595
- isKeepAlive is not supported by Epoll (#4604)
- Customizable estimation for messages written outside the EventLoop (#4620)
- Ensure closing a Socket / FileDescriptor multiple times will not throw exception (#4623)
- Set DSCP bits for IPv6 when setting traffic class. (#4650)
- Stop decoding if decoder was removed (#4651)
- Ensure we only add OpenSslEngine to the OpenSslEngineMap when handshake is started (#4653)
- Unpooled and Wrapped Buffer Leak (#4667)
- Decryption failed or bad mac record in Android 5.0 (#4678)
- IndexOutOfBoundsException for CompositeByteBuf (#4681)
- Let CombinedChannelDuplexHandler correctly handle exceptionCaught. (#4702)
- Correctly handle non handshake commands when using SniHandler (#4703)
- Implement proper resource leak detection for CompositeByteBuf (#4713)
- OpenSslEngine.setEnabledProtocols fails to enable protocols that are currently disabled (#4736)
- Ensure ChannelHandler.handlerAdded(...) is always called as first method of the handler (#4776)
- SslHandler should call beginHanshake once for the initial handshake (#4764)
- Ensure the whole certificate chain is used when creating SslContext for client mode and SslProvider.OPENSSL is used (#4767)
- Correctly handle wildcard address when bind to socket and using native transport (#4770)
For the details and all changes, please browse our issue tracker.
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