Changes for version 5.90049_004

  • JSON Data handler looks for both JSON::MaybeXS and JSON, and uses whichever is first (prefering to find JSON::MaybeXS). This should improve compatibility as you likely already have one installed.
  • Fixed a warning in the server script (bokutin++)
  • We now populate various Plack $env keys in order to play nice with downstream middleware or plack apps (and to reduce processing if those keys already exist). Keys added:
    • plack.request.query
    • plack.request.body
    • plack.request.merged
    • plack.request.http.body
  • If incoming input (from a POST or PUT) is not buffered, create the buffer and set the correct psgi env keys to note this for downstream psgi apps / middleware. This should solve some issues where Catalyst sucks up the body input but its not buffered so downstream apps can't read it (for example FCGI does not buffer). We now also try to make sure the body content input is reset to the start of the filehandle so that we are polite to downstream middleware /apps.
  • NEW FEATURE: Catalyst::Response can now pull response from a PSGI specification response. This makes it easier to host external Plack applications under Catalyst. See Catalyst::Response->from_psgi_response
  • NEW FEATURE: New configuration option 'use_hash_multivalue_in_request' will populate $request methods 'parameters', 'body_parameters' and 'query_parameters' with an instance of Hash::MultiValue instead of a HashRef. This is used by Plack and is intended to reduce the need to write defensive logic since you are never sure if an incoming parameter is a scalar or arrayref.
  • NEW FEATURE: We now experimentally support Net::Async::HTTP::Server and IO-Async based event loops. Examples will follow.
Show More