A long overdue bug-fix release of TorqueBox 3 is out - TorqueBox 3.1.2. This release was done mainly to update the bundled JRuby from 1.7.13 to 1.7.19, but also includes a couple of other minor fixes.
- Download TorqueBox 3.1.2 (ZIP)
- Download TorqueBox 3.1.2 (JBoss EAP overlay)
- Browse Getting Started Guide
- Browse HTML manual
- Browse JavaDocs
- Browse Gem RDocs
- Download PDF manual
- Download ePub manual
What is TorqueBox?
TorqueBox is a Ruby application server built on JBoss AS7 and JRuby. It supports Rack-based web frameworks and provides simple Ruby interfaces to standard enterprisey services, including scheduled jobs, caching, messaging, and services.
Highlights of changes in TorqueBox 3.1.2
Bundled JRuby updated from 1.7.13 to 1.7.19
Like always, we've bumped the bundled JRuby version to the latest available at the time of release - 1.7.19.
If you're wondering about JRuby 9 support, our current plan is to stay with bundling JRuby 1.7.x with TorqueBox 3 and support JRuby 9 via TorqueBox 4.
Specific Rake version no longer required
TorqueBox 3.1.1 created a bug where our
depended on a specific version of Rake instead of a wide range of
allowed versions. Oops. This is now fixed.
X-Sendfile and Rails work together again
TorqueBox 3.1.1 also created a bug where using sendfile via X-Sendfile from inside a Rails application caused an IllegalStateException to get thrown. This is now fixed.
Upgrading from 3.1.1
No changes should be required to applications or config files to upgrade from TorqueBox 3.1.1 to 3.1.2.
Don't be a stranger!
As always, if you have any questions about or issues with TorqueBox, please get in touch.