All Versions
26
Latest Version
Avg Release Cycle
73 days
Latest Release
189 days ago

Changelog History
Page 3

  • v0.7.2 Changes

    May 29, 2017
    • ๐Ÿ› Bug fixes
      • Fix value class ConfigReader and ConfigWriter derivation [#253].
  • v0.7.1 Changes

    May 28, 2017
    • ๐Ÿ†• New features
      • ConfigReader, ConfigWriter and ConfigConvert now have combinators such as map, flatMap and contramap, making them easier to compose;
      • New mechanism to read and write value classes. The readers and writers of the inner type are used instead of the ones for products;
      • New EnumCoproductHint for sealed families of case objects where objects are written and read as strings with their type names;
      • ConfigReader and ConfigWriter instances for Pattern and Regex;
      • ConfigReader and ConfigWriter instances for java.time.Duration;
      • ConfigReader and ConfigWriter for java.io.File;
      • ConfigReader and ConfigWriter for arbitrary Java enums;
      • Improved error messages when a failure occurs reading a config;
    • ๐Ÿ› Bug fixes
      • Duration.Undefined is correctly handled when reading and writing configurations [#184];
      • loadConfig method now handles properly cases where a requested config file cannot be read and when a provided namespace doesn't exist.
  • v0.7.0 Changes

    April 02, 2017
    • ๐Ÿ†• New features

      • ConfigConvert is now a union of two new traits - ConfigReader for reading configs and ConfigWriter for writing them:
      • Having an implicit ConfigReader in scope is enough to read a config to a instance of a given type;
      • Having a ConfigWriter is enough for writing instances to configs;
      • ConfigConvert can still be used everywhere it was before and is advisable when both operations are needed.
      • Many constructors for ConfigConvert instances were deprecated, while new ones were added in the companion objects of ConfigReader, ConfigWriter and ConfigConvert. The deprecation message of each one indicates the new method to use;
      • Add ConfigFactoryWrapper to control exceptions from typesafe ConfigFactory;
      • Modify the message of ConfigReaderException to group errors by keys in the configuration, instead of by type of error;
      • Add a path (Option[String]) to ConfigReaderFailure, in order to expose more information (if available) about the key in the configuration whose value raised the failure.
    • ๐Ÿ’ฅ Breaking changes

      • loadConfigFromFiles works on Path instead of File for consistency;
      • ConfigValueLocation now uses URL instead of Path to encode locations of ConfigValues.
    • ๐Ÿ› Bug fixes

      • pureconfig.load* methods don't throw exceptions on malformed configuration anymore and wrap errors in ConfigReaderFailures [#148].
  • v0.6.0 Changes

    February 14, 2017
    • ๐Ÿ†• New features

      • New ProductHint trait allowing customization of the derived ConfigConvert for case classes, superseeding ConfigFieldMapping (docs). In addition to defining field name mappings, ProductHint instances control:
      • Whether default field values should be used when fields are missing in the config (docs);
      • Whether unknown keys are ignored or cause pureconfig to return a Failure (docs).
      • Support for reading and writing java.util.UUIDs;
      • Support for reading and writing java.nio.file.Paths;
      • Support for reading and writing java.net.URIs;
      • Support multiple failures, e.g. when multiple fields of a class fail to convert;
      • Add ConfigReaderFailure ADT to model failures and ConfigReaderFailures to represent a non empty list of errors;
      • Add ConfigValueLocation, which is the physical location of a ConfigValue represented by a file name and a line number;
      • Add loadConfigOrThrow methods to the API;
      • Add helpers to create ConfigConvert:
      • ConfigConvert.fromStringConvert that requires a function String => Either[ConfigReaderFailure, T]
      • ConfigConvert.fromStringConvertTry that requires a function String => Try[T]
      • ConfigConvert.fromStringConvertOpt that requires a function String => Option[T]
      • Add ConfigConvert.catchReadError to convert a function that can throw exception into a safe function that returns a Either[CannotConvert, T];
    • ๐Ÿ’ฅ Breaking changes

      • ConfigConvert.from now returns a value of type Either[ConfigReaderFailures, T] instead of Try[T];
      • CoproductHint has been changed to adapt to the new ConfigConvert:
      • CoproductHint.from now returns a value of type Either[ConfigReaderFailures, Option[ConfigValue]]
      • CoproductHint.to now returns a value of type Either[ConfigReaderFailures, Option[ConfigValue]]
      • The default field mapping changed from camel case config keys (e.g. exampleKey) to kebab case keys (e.g. example-key). Case class fields are still expected to be camel case. The old behavior can be retained by putting in scope an implicit def productHint[T] = ProductHint[T](ConfigFieldMapping(CamelCase, CamelCase));
      • ConfigFieldMapping has no type parameters now;
      • ConfigFieldMapping was replaced by ProductHint as the type of object to put in scope in order to customize the derivation of ConfigConvert for case class. Old ConfigFieldMapping implicit instances in scope have no effect now. The migration can be done by replacing code like implicit def mapping: ConfigFieldMapping[T] = <mapping> with implicit def productHint: ProductHint[T] = ProductHint(<mapping>);
      • ConfigConvert.fromString, ConfigConvert.fromNonEmptyString, ConfigConvert.vstringConvert, ConfigConvert.nonEmptyStringConvert are now deprecated and the new helpers should be used instead.
  • v0.5.1 Changes

    January 20, 2017
    • ๐Ÿ†• New features
      • More consistent handling of missing keys: if a config key is missing pureconfig always throws a KeyNotFoundException now, unless the ConfigConvert extends the new AllowMissingKey trait.
      • Add support for the java.time package. Converters types which support different string formats, such as LocalDate, must be configured before they can be used. See the documentation for more details.
      • Add support for converting objects with numeric keys into lists. This is a functionallity also supported by typesafe config since version 1.0.1 and discussed in the following issue.
  • v0.5.0 Changes

    January 03, 2017
    • ๐Ÿ†• New features
      • Sealed families are now converted to and from configs unambiguously by using an extra type field (customizable) in their config representation;
      • New CoproductHint trait which allows customization of the derived ConfigConvert for sealed families;
    • ๐Ÿ’ฅ Breaking changes
      • The default config representation for sealed families has changed:
      • By default pureconfig now expects to find a type field containing the lowercase simple class name of the type to be read. For example, for a family including DogConf and CatConf, pureconfig expects to find a type: "dogconf" field in the config file;
      • The old behavior can be restored by putting an implicit instance of FirstSuccessCoproductHint in scope (the migration to the new format is strongly recommended though, as the previous one may lead to ambiguous behavior);
      • More information about the default representation and on how to customize it can be seen in the documentation.
    • ๐Ÿ› Bug fixes
      • 0 is accepted again as a valid Duration in configs.