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swoole 4.2.6

Package Information
Summary Event-driven asynchronous and concurrent networking engine with high performance for PHP.
Maintainers shen zhe <shenzhe163@gmail.com> (developer) [details]
Han Tianfeng <mikan.tenny@gmail.com> (lead) [details]
License Apache2.0
Description Event-driven asynchronous and concurrent networking engine with high performance for PHP.
- event-driven
- coroutine
- asynchronous non-blocking
- multi-thread reactor
- multi-process worker
- multi-protocol
- millisecond timer
- built-in http/websocket/http2 server
- coroutine http/websocket client
- coroutine mysql client
- coroutine redis client
- coroutine read/write file system
- coroutine dns lookup
- support IPv4/IPv6/UnixSocket/TCP/UDP
- support SSL/TLS encrypted transmission
Homepage https://github.com/swoole/swoole-src
Release notes
Version 4.2.6
(stable)
+ Built-in `hiredis` dependency, no longer needed to compile it separately, refactor `Co\Redis`, more stable
+ Improve the compilation test of the Alpine system
+ Refactor `Co::exec` and functions about file to fix its execution and output issues in some scenarios
* Fixed errors about coroutine switching in multi-level nesting and multiple suspend scenarios
* Fixed connection leaks that may occur when both sides are closed at the same time
* Fixed `channel` bug in blocking scenarios
* Fixed `mysql->prepare` return true (#2080)
* Fixed the reference count problem when use `swoole_table` as an array (#2079)
* Fixed `ssl_host_name` cannot open SNI (#2085)
* Fixed `kqueue` nanosecond conversion problem under MacOS (#2087)
* Fixed all `swoole_object` dangling pointer
* Add a series of scripting tools for the underlying development

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Dependencies for release 4.2.6
PHP Version: PHP 7.0.0 or newer
PEAR Package: PEAR 1.4.0 or newer
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