There are two different yet exciting news this week.
As you might have noticed already, the Netty web site went fromto . With this change, any registered user can now edit the documentation area of the web site on the fly. You can use either WYSIWYG editor or wiki markup to edit the pages. Previously, contributing to our documentation required a contributor to fork a repository and issue a pull request, which was sometimes a barrier to some people. I expect this change will help more people contribute to the documentation in the long term.
Another good news is that Netty 3.5.1.Final has been released. Here's the rough list of the notable changes:
- handles HTTP cookies more correctly and faster.
- does not compress the content of an if its 'Content-Encoding' is not 'identity'.
- You can set the unfold property of a and even if the decoder you extends does not expose it as a constructor parameter.
- and do less memory copies than before.
For the complete list of changes, visit.