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libfastjson 0.99.8 released

This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. This release provides several fixes to libfastjson. Most notably is the bugfix for proper handling of constant key names. For more details, please refer to the changelog below. Changelog: 0.99.8 2017-12-18 – make build under gcc7 with strict settings (warning==error) […]

libfastjson 0.99.7 released

This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. This release adds the option for case-insensitive comparisons and removes userdata and custom-serialization functions. For more details, please refer to the changelog below. Changelog: 0.99.7 2017-10-17 – added option for case-insensitive comparisons This permits to search for json keys in […]

libfastjson 0.99.6 released

This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. This release fixes a build issue under Solaris. Changelog: 0.99.6 2017-05-12 – fix a build issue under Solaris Download: http://download.rsyslog.com/libfastjson/libfastjson-0.99.6.tar.gz sha256sum: 95e3d371c82b5d85c7294d46c923b3fee0384e1541a1556f0ca185170eb27270 As always, feedback is appreciated. Best regards, Florian Riedl

libfastjson 0.99.5 released

This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. This release brings a lot of fixes and changes. Most notably, libfastjson now builds under AIX and under Solaris again. Changelog: 0.99.5 2017-05-03 – fix tautology comparison in tautology in `fjson_object_iter_equal` – made build under Solaris again – made to […]

libfastjson 0.99.3 released

We have released libfastjson 0.99.3. This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. The changes are mostly for cleanup purposes. Also some bug have been fixed, like a potential segfault issue, “make distcheck” not working and more. Changelog: 0.99.3 2016-07-11 – new dependency: autoconf-archive – exit() is no […]

libfastjson 0.99.2 released

We have released libfastjson 0.99.2. This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. The changes consist of a new API and compatibility with autoconf < 2.64. Changelog: 0.99.2 2016-03-07 – new API: json_object_get_member_count() – make comaptible with autoconf < 2.64 Download: http://download.rsyslog.com/libfastjson/libfastjson-0.99.2.tar.gz sha256sum: 6ff053d455243a81014f37b4d81c746d9b8d40256a56326c3a7921c8bf458dfd As always, feedback is […]

libfastjson 0.99.0 released

We have released libfastjson 0.99.0. This is a new fork of the json-c library, which is optimized for liblognorm processing. More details are available here: rsyslog and liblognorm will switch to libfastjson as replacement for json-c Changelog: 0.99.0 2015-12-22 – bugfix: reference counting was not thread-safe Download: http://download.rsyslog.com/libfastjson/libfastjson-0.99.0.tar.gz sha256sum: 5d19c39daaedfd9b335f6222b521e7529016bc11382cccebe41a9894d4ab32fd As always, feedback is appreciated. […]

rsyslog 8.32.0 (v8-stable) released

Today, we release rsyslog 8.32.0. This realease, again, sports a vast number of changes. E.g. there are a number of new or updated build requirements, namely: libfastjson 0.99.8, libczmq >= 3.0.2 and libcurl. Otherwise most notably is the major update that ompgsql has received through contribution. Other changes include modules like pmrfc3164, omhiredis, mmexternal, omprog, […]

Major CentOS7 RPM changes

We made some major changes to the way the RPMs for CentOS7/RHEL7 are built. We have adapted the spec file definitions of the base repo to build our own RPMs after we detected some trouble with the last released version. That means, that some things will also change, so our RPMs are more like the […]

rsyslog 8.30.0 (v8-stable) released

We have released rsyslog 8.30.0. This release features a large number of changes. First we should mention the new build requirements for libfastjson 0.99.7 and the build recommendation for imjournal being libsystemd-journal >= 234. Notable changes are that (JSON) variables are now handled case-insensitive by default, imjournal being able to switch to persistent journal in […]

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