Habitat 0.66.0 Release!

  • person iconMatthew Peck
  • calendar iconMonday, October 22 2018

Habitat 0.66.0 Release notes

We are happy to announce the release of Habitat 0.66.0. If you just want the binaries, head on over to Install Habitat.

New Features & Enhancements

  • Optimize the supervisor's HTTP gateway #5725 (raskchanky)
  • Launcher creates its own PID file at /hab/launcher/PID #5738 (baumanj)
  • Adds configurable bldr_url to cli.toml including hab setup subcommand #5723 (eeyun)

Behavioral Changes

  • Remove multiple supervisors on single host support (--override-name option) #5750 (baumanj)
  • Adds upload of public keys for deps as well as target package #5730 (eeyun)
  • Corrects api_client response on hab bldr job start #5728 (eeyun)
  • Don't spam the Supervisor logs quite so much #5716 (christophermaier)
  • Make logging around user.toml changes more specific #5713 (christophermaier)

Bug Fixes

  • Cleanup Supervisor startup and termination in a local Windows studio #5756 (mwrock)
  • Purge "rumor heat" information for departed members #5744 (christophermaier)
  • Update Cargo.lock to include https://github.com/habitat-sh/core/pull/75 #5741 (baumanj)
  • Replace launcher's Process struct's unsafe implementations with rust stdlib #5733 (baumanj)
  • Don't change svc directory permissions except when the directory is created #5720 (jaym)
  • Remove unnecessary crate version pins, fix typo and add comments for hyper pins #5729 (baumanj)
  • Tokio deprecation fixes #5727 (baumanj)

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Matthew Peck

Matthew is a software engineer on the core Habitat team at Chef Software.

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