ruby-faye-websocket 0.11.0-1 source package in Ubuntu


ruby-faye-websocket (0.11.0-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  [ Utkarsh Gupta ]
  * Add salsa-ci.yml

  [ Debian Janitor ]
  * Bump debhelper from old 11 to 12.
  * Set debhelper-compat version in Build-Depends.
  * Set upstream metadata fields: Bug-Database, Bug-Submit,
    Repository, Repository-Browse.
  * Update standards version to 4.4.1, no changes needed.

  [ C├ędric Boutillier ]
  * [ci skip] Update team name
  * [ci skip] Add .gitattributes to keep unwanted files out
    of the source package

  [ Utkarsh Gupta ]
  * New upstream version 0.11.0
    - Implement SSL certificate verification.
      (Fixes: CVE-2020-15133) (Closes: #967061)
  * Fix package wrt cme
  * Drop unnecessary dependency on ruby interpreter
  * Use @d.o address

 -- Utkarsh Gupta <email address hidden>  Sat, 02 Jan 2021 18:05:54 +0530

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ruby-faye-websocket: Standards-compliant WebSocket client and server

 This is a general-purpose WebSocket implementation extracted from the Faye
 project. It provides classes for easily building WebSocket servers and clients
 in Ruby. It does not provide a server itself, but rather makes it easy to
 handle WebSocket connections within an existing Rack application. It does not
 provide any abstraction other than the standard WebSocket API.
 It also provides an abstraction for handling EventSource connections, which
 are one-way connections that allow the server to push data to the client. They
 are based on streaming HTTP responses and can be easier to access via proxies
 than WebSockets.