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Cacheboy Squid

Cacheboy Squid is a Squid-2 deriative that aims to build on top of the Squid-2 codebase stability. The primary short-term aims of this codebase are a cleaner, better organised codebase, HTTP/1.1 support, compression support, IPv6 support, better storage, and initial threading support for certain subsystems.

Recent releases

  •  16 Jan 2009 00:20

    Release Notes: Lots of restructuring between 1.4 and 1.6. This includes some initial IPv6 infrastructure work, but no working IPv6 support for now. This release fixes a critical string-related bug.

    •  19 Jul 2008 23:31

      Release Notes: Much code reorganization was done in preparation for larger changes. Better looking error pages were implemented. The async storage defaults are more sensible for FreeBSD and Solaris. aufs should now perform as well as diskd. An example "tcp proxy" was added, which demonstrates the code reuse available with the current work.

      •  27 Apr 2008 13:12

        Release Notes: More code tidyup was done.

        •  27 Apr 2008 13:11

          Release Notes: This release is mostly focused on code tidyups and fixing any build breakages.

          •  17 Apr 2008 17:15

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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