Habitat 0.70.0 Released

  • person iconIan Henry
  • calendar iconWednesday, December 5 2018

Habitat 0.70.0 Release Notes

We are happy to announce the release of Habitat v0.70.0. We have some new features and at least one really great bug-fix for our Windows users! We discovered a memory leak in the versions of the crate we use for printing to stdout on Windows and correcting that version plugs the leak! You can read more details on that fix here.

As always thank you for using Habitat!


New Features & Enhancements

  • Add simple auth and TLS to supervisor HTTP gateway #5874 (raskchanky)

Bug Fixes

  • fork term crate to get windows memory leak fix #5921 (mwrock)

Merged Pull Requests

  • Remove deprecated error message #5914 (chefsalim)
  • adds instructions to the launcher release doc about invoking a windows-service build #5910 (mwrock)
  • disable actix signal handling when the IgnoreSignals feature is enabled #5906 (mwrock)
  • Add x86_64-linux-kernel2 validation to release checklist #5887 (smacfarlane)
  • Enable build of kernel2 launcher as part of release pipeline #5886 (smacfarlane)
  • Enable building of kernel2 docker image as part of release pipeline #5888 (smacfarlane)
  • Move env var and default value for listen gossip to the clap layer #5884 (mpeck)
  • update docs to specify 64-bit as a requirement for windows #5883 (ericcalabretta)
  • Update Cargo.lock #5885 (smacfarlane)
  • revert change windows docker studio creation assigning shortVersion #5878 (mwrock)
  • Update to modern Tokio usage in Supervisor #5851 (christophermaier)
  • A sad goodbye #5873 (elliott-davis)
  • Update version #5880 (smacfarlane)
  • Add 0.69.0 release post #5877 (smacfarlane)

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Ian Henry

As the Technical Community Advocate for Habitat, Ian is actively helping the Community and ecosystem grow. He spends much of his time helping people learn about containerization, distributed systems, and the ways that Habitat makes those things easy. Prior to joining Chef, Ian spent a number of years as an operational and tooling engineer.

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