Release Notes: This is the first complete version since the project was created. The administration interface has been finished, as well as all the web server functionality, audio and video streaming module, reverse proxy, FastCGI, SCGI, uWSGI and CGI interfaces, the Apache compatibility plugins for htpasswd, htdigest, and log files, the encoding support for gzip and deflate, authentication with MySQL and LDAP, and even a DBSlayer compatible database bridge. Upgrading from older versions of Cherokee is strongly encouraged.
Release Notes: Quite a few minor issues have been fixed, especially minor cherokee-admin related bugs. Upgrading is strongly encouraged if you're currently using Cherokee 0.99.45 or 0.99.46.
Release Notes: This release has integrated a new Cherokee-admin. The administration interface has been re-implemented from scratch to improve its usability and overall quality. Please be advised that even though special attention has been put into quality assurance, some minor regressions might have been introduced.
Release Notes: A corner case of the Large File Upload support has been covered. The UTF-8 request handling has been fixed. Some missing HTTP response codes and methods have been implemented so that the Reverse Proxy plug-in can work with SVN. Many typos have been fixed within the documentation. Upgrading is highly encouraged.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few issues found in the previous version. The most important one was related to keep-alive connections accessing non-cached static content. It also fixes other minor issues in the administration interface. Upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: This release fixes a regression introduced on Cherokee 0.99.41. Some PHP programs stopped working because of an unfortunate error. Upgrading is strongly encouraged.
Release Notes: This release includes many new features and fixes. It ships a branch new POST management subsystem and an Upload progress report module. This allows the server to receive large files while the user is notified about the progress of the upload. A number of issues are fixed, including a file descriptor leak located within the HTTP reverse proxy plug-in. Updating is strongly encouraged.
Release Notes: This release fixes three issues. First, the directory listing was not encoding some filenames in the right way. Second, the "make test" did not work if executed from a release tarball. And finally, a regression regarding virtual server management was fixed in cherokee-admin. Upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: Both virtual servers and behavior rules can now be enabled/disabled with a single click, which is an extremely handy feature for performing maintenance tasks. Support for a few very unusual HTTP response codes was added. The Chinese and Dutch translations were updated. Upgrading is encouraged.
Release Notes: This release has fixed a number of issues, most of them regarding the error logging. It also adds translations to Brazilian Portuguese and French. Finally, it fixes a few minor issues in Cherokee Admin. Upgrading is strongly encouraged.