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Changelog History

  • v1.2.0

    January 11, 2020

    🚀 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.2.0. This is a feature release.

    🔄 Changes

    • It is now possible to add query parameters to URLs without values (#224)

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.1.3

    December 27, 2019

    🛠 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.1.3. This is a small bugfix release.

    🔄 Changes

    • 🛠 Fixes issues encoding UTF-16 characters (e.g. emoji) into UTF-8 path segments (#213)

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.1.2

    October 23, 2019

    🛠 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.1.2. This is a small bugfix release.

    🔄 Changes

    • ⚡️ Updates lift-json to 3.4.0 and enables the liftjson module build for 2.13. (#220)
    • ⚡️ Update AHC from 2.10.1 to 2.10.4, which includes security fixes (#220) (view changelog)
    • ⚡️ Some other build / test dependency updates and minor scala version bumps. (#220)

    Hat tip to @xuwei-k for beating me to making a PR :)

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.1.1

    October 05, 2019

    🛠 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.1.1. This is a small bugfix release.

    🔄 Changes

    • 🛠 Fixes a regression (#216) where explicit method setting doesn't override implying a method with a particular verb.

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.1.0

    August 07, 2019

    🚀 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.1.0. This is a feature release. The change log for this release can be viewed in the GitHub commit history. Notable changes are called out below.

    🔄 Changes

    AHC 2.10.1

    ⚡️ The async-http-client has been updated from 2.5.4 to 2.10.1.

    👍 Scala 2.13 Support

    Dispatch now (mostly) supports Scala 2.13 thanks to @xuwei-k. The 2.13 versions of the Dispatch artifacts do not include a build of the lift-json module as the Lift developers are currently working on getting a 2.13 build of that out the door. Once that's available we'll re-introduce the Lift JSON module.

    The Lift JSON module remains available in the 2.12 variant.

    👍 Scala 2.11 Support Dropped

    🚀 We've dropped Scala 2.11 support to enable us to take advantage of language features that have been introduced since 2.11 in future releases.

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.0.3

    December 27, 2019

    🛠 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.0.3. This is a small bugfix release.

    🔄 Changes

    • 🛠 Fixes issues encoding UTF-16 characters (e.g. emoji) into UTF-8 path segments (#213)

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.0.2

    October 05, 2019

    🛠 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.0.2. This is a small bugfix release.

    🔄 Changes

    • 🛠 Fixes a regression (#216) where explicit method setting doesn't override implying a method with a particular verb.

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.0.1

    November 18, 2018

    🛠 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.0.1. This is a small bugfix release. The change log for this release can be viewed in the GitHub commit history. Notable changes are called out below.

    🔄 Changes

    (#207) Correction to scheme in as keyword

    🛠 Previously, using the as keyword to add authentication information always resulted in a NullPointerException due to a change we didn't catch in AsyncHttpClient. We've fixed this bug by allowing you to specify an authentication scheme along with the username and password values in as.

    Hat tip to @fehmicansaglam for finding and fixing this bug for us in #206. We've back-ported this fix to the 1.0.x series even though it's a binary-incompatible change because the original method never worked correctly (and therefore was likely totally unused by users of Dispatch).

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v1.0.0

    October 20, 2018

    🚀 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v1.0.0. The change log for this release can be viewed in the GitHub commit history. Notable changes are called out below.

    🚀 Please report any issues you find with this release on the GitHub issues page so that we can fix bugs and release subsequent RCs as needed.

    🔄 Changes

    AsyncHttpClient 2.5.4.

    ✅ This bumps our underlying HTTP client to the latest version to fix a handful of bugs. You can view the included changes in this changelog.

    🏗 JDK 11 Build

    ✅ Hat tip to @xuwei-k for getting our tests running in JDK 11 in Travis.

    json4s 3.6.1

    🚀 We bumped json4s to the latest release since M1: 3.6.1.

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.

  • v0.14.1

    November 18, 2018

    🛠 The maintainers of and contributors to Dispatch are pleased to announce the release of Dispatch v0.14.1. This is a small bugfix release. The change log for this release can be viewed in the GitHub commit history. Notable changes are called out below.

    🔄 Changes

    (#208) Correction to scheme in as keyword

    🛠 Previously, using the as keyword to add authentication information always resulted in a NullPointerException due to a change we didn't catch in AsyncHttpClient. We've fixed this bug by allowing you to specify an authentication scheme along with the username and password values in as.

    Hat tip to @fehmicansaglam for finding and fixing this bug for us in #206. We've back-ported this fix to the 0.14.x series even though it's a binary-incompatible change because the original method never worked correctly (and therefore was likely totally unused by users of Dispatch).

    About Dispatch

    Dispatch is an HTTP library for Scala designed to make you more productive while interacting with external services over HTTP from your applications. It's built on the AsyncHttpClient library to provide a fast, flexible abstraction over HTTP interactions.