0.7.9 (2021-07-20)

Improved docs. Thanks, @kianmeng!

0.7.8 (2021-07-16)

Fixed a few bugs around connection handling and chunk sizing. Thanks to @reisub, @fahchen, @bmteller.

0.7.7 (2021-02-04)

Added Mojito.Telemetry. Thanks, @andyleclair! And thanks to the Finch team, whose telemetry implementation informed this one.

0.7.6 (2020-12-10)

Fixed a bug around HTTP/2 responses larger than 64kB. Thanks for the reports, @dch and @jayjun!

Reduced memory footprint of idle Mojito pools by forcing GC after requests complete. Thanks for the reports, @axelson and @hubertlepicki!

0.7.5 (2020-11-06)

Fixed packaging bug in 0.7.4.

0.7.4 (2020-11-02)

Fixed handling of Mint error responses. Thanks, @alexandremcosta!

Fixed a Dialyzer warning around keyword lists. Thanks, @Vaysman!

0.7.3 (2020-06-22)

Moved core Mojito functions into separate Mojito.Base module for easier interoperation with mocking libraries like Mox. Thanks, @bcardarella!

0.7.2 (2020-06-19)

Fixed typespecs.

0.7.1 (2020-06-17)

Fixed bug where Mojito failed to correctly handle responses with a connection: close header. Thanks, @bmteller!

0.7.0 (2020-06-17)

Added the :max_body_size option, to prevent a response body from growing too large. Thanks, @rozap!

0.6.4 (2020-05-20)

Fixed bug where sending an empty string request body would hang certain HTTP/2 requests. Thanks for the report, @Overbryd!

0.6.3 (2020-03-17)

gzipped or deflated responses are automatically expanded by Mojito. Thanks, @mogorman!

The Freedom Formatter has been removed. mix format is now applied.

0.6.2 (2020-03-11)

Header values are now stringified on their way to Mint. Thanks, @egze!

Timeouts of :infinity are now supported. Thanks, @t8rsalad!

0.6.1 (2019-12-20)

Internal refactor to support different pool implementations. No features were added or changed.

Code formatting improvements in docs. Thanks, @sotojuan!

0.6.0 (2019-11-02)

Upgraded to Mint 1.0. Thanks, @esvinson!

Fixed typo in CHANGELOG. Thanks, @alappe!

0.5.0 (2019-08-21)

Fixed bug where timed-out responses could arrive in connection with the next request from that caller. Thanks for the report and the test case, @seanedwards!

Refactored to use %Mojito.Request{} structs more consistently across internal Mojito functions.

0.4.0 (2019-08-13)

Upgraded to Mint 0.4.0.

Requests are automatically retried when we attempt to reuse a closed connection.

Added Mojito.Headers.auth_header/2 helper for formintg HTTP Basic Authorization header.

Don't pass the URL fragment to Mint when making requests. Thanks @alappe!

Improved examples and docs around making POST requests. Thanks @hubertlepicki!

Removed noisy debug output. Thanks for the report, @bcardarella!

0.3.0 (2019-05-08)

Major refactor.

All end-user requests pass through Mojito.request/1, which now accepts keyword list input as well. Mojito.request/5 remains as an alias, and convenience methods for get/3, post/4, put/4, patch/4, delete/3, head/3, and options/3 have been added (thanks, @danhuynhdev!).

Connection pools are handled automatically, sorting requests to the correct pools, starting pools when necessary, and maintaining multiple redundant pools for GenServer efficiency.

0.2.2 (2019-04-26)

Fixed a bug where long requests could exceed the given timeout without failing (#17). Thanks for the report, @mischov!

Improved documentation about receiving :tcp and :ssl messages. Thanks for the report, @axelson!

Removed an extra Task process creation in Mojito.Pool.request/2.

0.2.1 (2019-04-23)

Refactored Mojito.request/5 so it doesn't spawn a process. Now all TCP messages are handled within the caller process.

Added Mojito.request/1 and Mojito.Pool.request/2, which accept a %Mojito.Request{} struct as input.

Removed dependency on Fuzzyurl in favor of built-in URI module.

0.2.0 (2019-04-19)

Messages sent by Mojito now contain a :mojito_response prefix, to allow processes to select or ignore these messages with receive. Thanks @AnilRedshift!

Upgraded to Mint 0.2.0.

0.1.1 (2019-03-28)

request/5 emits better error messages when confronted with nil or blank method or url. Thanks @AnilRedshift!

0.1.0 (2019-02-25)

Initial release, based on Mint 0.1.0.