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nzbget 20.0-testing-r2108

Post by hugbug » 18 Sep 2017, 21:55

Changes since 20.0-testing-r2075
  • now offering 64 bit binaries for Windows (#435):
    • installer includes 32 and 64 bit nzbget binaries;
    • when updating from older versions the 64 bit binary is installed automatically, although into the old location to keep all your shortcuts intact;
    • using word "windows" instead of "win32" in the setup file name;
  • a number of performance optimisations for large download queue with thousands of items (#438):
    • much faster loading of queue from disk greatly improves program start up time;
    • improved queue management for faster download speed;
  • automatic update check (#440):
    • new option "UpdateCheck" to check for stable or testing versions (or disable);
    • when a new version is found a notification is shown;
    • the update check is enabled by default for stable versions;
  • enabled functional tests on Travis CI (#443);
  • better username/password validation when testing connection on settings page (#433);
  • improved rar-renamer to better handle certain cases (#442);
  • fixed: filter buttons don't work in history (#421#434);
  • fix in functional tests to not rely on sizes of externally generated files (#437);
  • fixed: option AuthorizedIP did not work with IPv6 addresses (#439);
  • fixed SSL in built-in web-server got broken in the latest testing release (#431);
  • fixed: program may hang during update (Linux only) (#445).

Other changes since 19.1
  • performance optimisations in web-interface (#421):
    • reduced number of requests when loading webui by combining all javascript-files into one and all css-files into one;
    • reduced load time by calling multiple API-methods simultaneously;
    • extensive use of browser caching for static files significantly reduces the amount of data transferred on webui initialisation;
    • extensive use of browser caching for API requests reduces the amount of data transferred during webui status updates, especially when nzbget is in idle state and there are no changes in download queue or history;
    • avoid work in browser on status updates if there are no changes in download queue or history;
    • support for keep alive connections significantly reduces overhead for establishing connections on webui status updates, especially when connecting to nzbget via TLS/SSL (avoiding TLS handshakes);
  • added support for Unix domain sockets (POSIX only) (#400);
  • better error handling when fetching rss feeds (#416);
  • updated POSIX build files to newer autotools version (#418):
    • compatibility with newer autotools;
    • compatibility with newer platforms such as aarch64;
  • support for redirect codes 303, 307 and 308 in web-client for fetching of rss feeds and nzb-files (#420);
  • installer for FreeBSD is now built using Clang instead of GCC; this fixes incompatibility with FreeBSD 11 (#425):
  • universal Linux installer can now be used on FreeBSD (via Linux compatibility mode) (#423);
  • updated unrar to v5.50 ();
  • fixed: when **direct rename** was active certain downloads with damaged par2-files become paused at near completion and required manual resuming (#424);
  • fixed: unpack using password file doesn't work on Windows (#412);
  • fixed: compiler error when building using GnuTLS (#414);
  • fixed: Linux installer failure on android emulator (#417);
  • fixed: options formatted as password fields when they shouldn't (#426);
  • fixed: slightly off article statistics after direct rename (#430);
  • fixed: NServ terminated if client interrupted connection (#431).
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