Right. I said in the 8.0.0 blog post that it might be a good release. It was. Apart form the little bug that caused it to crash in several test cases.
So now we shipped curl 8.0.1, which is almost identical apart from a single commit that was reverted.
Exactly why this was not discovered in our tests and CI jobs before the release we have yet to figure out, but it is certainly more than just a little disturbing.
My deepest apologies for this.
44 thoughts on “curl 8.0.1 because I jinxed it”
No one gives a fuck!
@Taran: thanks for your very useful feedback!
I give a fuck Mr Stenberg!
Ignore them… Thanks for the fix, great example of transparency, and looking forward for a post about the CI issue!
to add a more positive meaning to Taran’s comment:
No one gives a fuck, that the 8.0.0 version was not perfect, and thanks for the effort to make it perfect.
Thanks for your awesome contribution to the open source community. You’re obviously doing very important/difficult work, and mishaps happen.
We appreciate the fix and transparency. 🙂
I give a fuck about you, Taran. I’ll get you a pizza on my way home.
Actually I do, thanks for the update, Daniel
i give a fuck 🙂
Well I do give a f*ck!
I use Curl at my job, in my scripts at home, on my personal servers, etc.
Thanks to the people who maintain this kind of lib/program -> I don’t have the ability to do it, so Thanks <3
@Taran ur bad n ur mom stinks, stfu
– Be @Taran
– Sad basement nerd
– Randomly find blog post about curl 8.0.1
– “Hehe, this is going to be so funny”
– Post “No one gives a fuck!”
– Chug another bottle of coke
– Devour an entire bag of cheetos
– Sit back and marvel at my creation
Perhaps instead of saying that “No one cares” about Daniel’s update, you could consider sharing how you feel and taking some time to relax on the beach, get a tan, and enjoy some time to yourself. ??
Also, you can say mean things to me at:
I’m quite therapeutic.
Perhaps instead of saying that “No one cares” about Daniel’s update, you could consider sharing how you feel, unsubscribing, or taking some time to relax on the beach, get a tan, and enjoy some time to yourself. ? ??
Also, you can say mean things to me at: BeKindBuddy.com I’m quite therapeutic. ?
Im really interested why a bug that crashes test cases went unnoticed.
Looking forward to the follow up post 🙂
I give a fuck! Thanks Daniel!
rust rewrite when
Thank you Daniel for your work and blog posts.
I feel happy to live in a world with people like you.
Every new curl release is a good release in my book, Daniel. Thank you for your great work!
These things are bound to happen, kudos to you for taking responsibility and fixing it so quickly
Sponsored by NSA glowies.
Thank you for curl 🙂
Keep up the wonderful work. The world is a better place because of the work you do.
Thank you for your efforts with curl 🙂
still no DNSSEC
Cool, send a patch.
When and where did you submit your DNSSEC patch?
And people wonder why OSS maintainers sometimes just up and quit.
Thanks, Dan. I use curl sooooo much, and it’s terrific!
Thank you for all the time and effort you put into building curl. The impact you’ve had on the software community is absurdly large and I just want you to know that we have a ton to thank you for and it’s a pleasure to use curl as part of my everyday.
I give a fuck. Thanks Daniel.
Thank you for providing such a powerful tool to the world for free!
Thank you for making our daily lives as IT professionals a little nicer!
Happened to many of us before.
Keep up the great work!
Happens to the best of us!
Excellent work, as usual. Peculiar that CI didn’t hang, crash, nor timeout.
Shit happens haha! Well done!
Now I can install this version… it is no longer a .0 version.
My experience tells me that versions .0 don’t really work.
I also give a fuck. Thank you!
Thanks for your work. It was just a tiny mistake. Dont worry 🙂
At the same time, Kubernetes is delaying its RC release because it decides to read /proc/sys/kernel/osrelease on Windows. Talking about mistakes.
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