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2009-04-13  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.26.1

	* NEWS: update

2009-04-13  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gnome.c (get_proxy_async): fix
	use of async context here

2009-04-13  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 578809 – warnings in soup_address_equal_by_ip

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (get_host_for_message): don't try to look
	up unresolved addresses in the hosts hash; just return NULL. The
	"cancel other messages for the bad host" code in connect_result()
	will loop over the whole queue, including messages with unresolved
	addresses.

2009-04-13  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 578746 – http_proxy env var set to "http://:80" in session
	despite proxy mode "none"

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gnome.c (update_proxy_settings):
	Don't set anything if proxy_mode is NONE, and properly ignore the
	proxy host if it's empty.

2009-04-11  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 578645 – crash in Rhythmbox Music Player

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gnome.c
	(soup_proxy_resolver_gnome_init): unlock id.lock before freeing
	it. (Fixes the case where SoupProxyResolverGNOME is first
	initialized from a thread other than the main thread, while the
	default main loop is running.)

2009-04-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.26.0.9, aka "I can't believe it's not 2.26.1!",
	a pre-release to give the proxy resolver fix a bit of extra
	testing before next week.

	* NEWS: Update

2009-04-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Re-fix GNOME proxy resolution (qv bug 571527)

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gnome.c: New and improved GNOME
	proxy resolver; gets information out of GConf in a thread-safe
	manner, and then passes it on to libproxy via environment
	variables, so that libproxy won't try to access GConf itself, but
	we still can use it for PAC, WPAD, and ignore_hosts.

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gconf.c:
	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-libproxy.c: gone now

	* libsoup/soup-gnome-features.c: update for the fact that
	SoupProxyResolverGNOME is actually a real type now, not
	compile-time-defined alias

2009-04-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Fix ISO 8601 parsing to accept either "." or ","

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (parse_iso8601_date): accept either "." or
	"," as decimal separator, per the spec. qv glib bug 578369.

2009-04-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Don't allow CR/LF in header names or values

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (soup_message_headers_append):
	Don't let the caller create a header with whitespace or ":" in its
	name, or with CR or LF in its value, since that would result in us
	generating syntactically invalid headers.

2009-04-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 577386 – Fails to handle HTTPS redirect from a certain site.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_read): Treat abnormal
	EOFs as though they were normal, rather than as errors. Shrug.

	Reported by Diego Escalante Urrelo.

2009-04-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 577360 – handle cookies with same name but different path

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c (soup_cookie_jar_add_cookie): check
	both name and path when matching cookies; "foo=one; path=/bar"
	should not replace "foo=two; path=/". They are separate cookies.

	Reported by Alexander V. Butenko.

2009-04-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 577630 – libsoup should ignore broken Content-Type headers

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (content_type_setter): Ignore
	Content-Type if it's not at least minimally syntactically correct.
	(soup_message_headers_get_content_type): Document that.

	* tests/header-parsing.c (do_content_type_tests): test it.

2009-04-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 577728 – soup_header_g_string_append_param should handle NULL values

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_header_g_string_append_param):
	allow @value to be %NULL.

	* tests/header-parsing.c (do_append_param_tests): test
	soup_header_g_string_append_param()

2009-04-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 576760 – soup_message_headers_get_content_type returns bad headers

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (soup_message_headers_get_one)
	(soup_message_headers_get_list): New replacements for
	soup_message_headers_get(), indicating explicitly whether the
	caller expects the header to be a list or not; for non-list-type
	headers, if there's more than one, the second one should be
	ignored rather than concatenated to the first.
	(soup_message_headers_get): deprecate this.

	* libsoup/*.c:
	* tests/*.c: Update to use soup_message_headers_get_one() or
	_get_list() as appropriate.

	* tests/header-parsing.c (do_content_type_tests): Add some tests
	of Content-Type parsing/setting, including making sure that
	duplicate Content-Type headers are ignored.

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt: update

2009-03-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 576583 – Tests fail if "localhost" resolves to ::1

	* tests/*.c: Use "127.0.0.1" in URIs rather than "localhost",
	since the default SoupServer config only listen on IPv4 (qv bug
	522519), and tests/httpd.conf.in only configures apache to listen
	on IPv4, and we don't handle multiple IP addresses (qv bug 526321)
	but the machine might be configured to return "::1" rather than
	"127.0.0.1" first for "localhost". Patch from Andreas Rottmann.

2009-03-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c (soup_cookie_new): Fix docs to not claim
	that the cookie domain can be %NULL. Add some g_return_if_fail()s.

2009-03-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/client-howto.xml: clarify that SoupSessionAsync
	is not thread-safe, and that setting a non-default GMainContext on
	a non-threadsafe object means you can only use that object from
	that GMainContext's thread.

2009-03-26  Milan Crha  <mcrha@redhat.com>

	Bug 574957 - soup-session-sync doesn't unlock mutex on proxy error

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c: (wait_for_connection):
	Unlock private lock also on proxy error.

2009-03-24  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 571283 - Allow LF LF instead of CRLF CRLF as header/body separator

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (read_metadata): Change how this
	works; instead of taking a boundary string, just always pass "\n"
	as the boundary to soup_socket_read_until(), but call it multiple
	times if the caller wants us to read until a blank line.
	(io_read): update to deal with the fact that the headers might be
	terminated by LF LF rather than CRLF CRLF.

2009-03-23  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 566530 - Handle (illegal) unencoded spaces in URIs

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (uri_normalized_copy): optionally fix up
	parts with unencoded spaces in them.
	(soup_uri_new_with_base): tell uri_normalized_copy() to fix up
	spaces in the path and query components

	* tests/uri-parsing.c (abs_tests): test parsing and unparsing a
	URI with an unencoded space in it.

	* tests/redirect-test.c (tests, server_callback): add a test of
	redirecting to a URI with an unencoded space in it.

2009-03-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.26.0

	* NEWS: Update

2009-03-14  Xan Lopez  <xan@gnome.org>

        Add G_{BEGIN,END}_DECLS guards to public headers.

        * libsoup/soup-auth.h:
        * libsoup/soup-cookie-jar-sqlite.h:
        * libsoup/soup-cookie-jar-text.h:
        * libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver.h:

2009-03-11  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_cancel_message): add more
	detail to the doc comment

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (SoupMessage): Note in the doc comment
	that reason phrases are not very useful, and should not be
	presented to the user.

	* libsoup/soup-status.c: add a comment explaining why reason
	phrases aren't localized. Also some misc doc fixes.
	(soup_status_get_phrase): Note in the doc comment that you
	shouldn't present reason phrases to the user.

2009-03-09  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 571527 – gvfsd-http crashed with SIGSEGV in
	g_hash_table_lookup().

	As currently written, libproxy's gnome plugin causes intermittent
	gvfsd-http crashes, and I didn't have time to come up with either
	a fix or a workaround. So for 2.26.0 we will fall back to using
	the GConf-based proxy resolver. Hopefully to be fixed for 2.26.1.

	* configure.in: require both gconf and libproxy if building
	--with-gnome

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gconf.c: bring this back.

	* libsoup/soup-gnome-features.c
	(soup_proxy_resolver_gnome_get_type): use gconf instead of
	libproxy

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: updates

2009-03-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/*.c: gtk-doc updates. In particular, document a bunch of
	convenience #defines, and add "Since" tags where appropriate.

2009-03-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (run_queue): Process messages in
	the CONNECTING iostate before messages in the QUEUED iostate.
	Otherwise, if a bunch of messages are queued all at once, and the
	server doesn't support persistent connections, some messages can
	get stranded in the queue. Fixes #574365 (reported by Xan Lopez)
	and removes a five-year-old FIXME...

2009-02-20  Gustavo Noronha Silva  <gns@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c
	(soup_message_headers_get_content_type): now returns NULL if there
	is no Content-Type header; fix documentation to account for this
	change and to actually be correct about how the Content-Type is
	returned.

2009-02-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Bug 572153 – SoupServer doesn't support SOUP_ENCODING_EOF

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_write): Various fixes to make
	SOUP_ENCODING_EOF work correctly when sending response
	bodies. (Previously, the code assumed that SoupServer responses
	would always be chunked or Content-Length-encoded.)

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers): when
	changing a request body from SOUP_ENCODING_NONE to
	SOUP_ENCODING_CONTENT_LENGTH, return the new encoding value to
	soup-message-io, not the old one.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (set_property): when setting
	priv->server_side to TRUE, set the default encoding on the
	response headers to CONTENT_LENGTH. (Moved from SoupServer.)
	(soup_message_cleanup_response): If priv->server_side is TRUE,
	re-fix the response header encoding after clearing the headers.
	Otherwise the response headers revert to SOUP_ENCODING_EOF after
	sending a "100 Continue".
	(soup_message_is_keepalive): reorganize a little, fix a bug in the
	HTTP/1.0 case.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (start_request): remove request encoding
	override from here.

	* tests/streaming-test.c: new test of SoupServer response
	streaming, testing chunked, content-length, and eof-terminated
	responses

2009-02-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_read_until): explain why @len
	normally needs to be at least @boundary_len+1. Suggested by
	Benjamin Otte.
	(soup_socket_class_init): add longer gtk-docs to the non-blocking
	property, to explain the way non-blocking I/O works in SoupSocket.

2009-02-19  Xan Lopez  <xan@gnome.org>

        * libsoup/soup-cookie-jar-sqlite.c:
        (callback):
        (try_create_table):
        (exec_query_with_try_create_table):
        (load):
        (changed):

        Fix a series of issues that prevented SoupCookieJarSQLite from working:

        - Try to create cookies table on errors. The table was never created before.
        - Store max_age in a gulong, not int.
        - Parse correctly boolean values from query. It's 0/1, not FALSE/TRUE.
	- The host is stored as host in the table, not as domain.

        #572409

2009-02-16  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.25.91

	* NEWS: update

2009-02-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/client-howto.xml: Updates: Mention
	SoupSessionFeature (and link to SoupLogger, SoupCookieJar, and
	SoupProxyResolverGNOME specifically). Mention forms and XML-RPC
	support. Mention header-parsing methods. Give a concrete example
	of connecting to SoupMessage signals. Document the (minimal)
	thread-safety guarantees

	* docs/reference/build-howto.xml: basic notes on pkg-config and
	#include usage.

2009-02-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c (authenticate_auth): Fix crash when
	getting a 407 when using SoupProxyResolverGNOME (or when not using
	any proxy). Launchpad bug #326099. (Note that this doesn't
	actually make proxy-auth-with-SoupProxyResolverGNOME *work*, it
	just makes it not crash.)

2009-02-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.25.5

	* NEWS: update

2009-02-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gconf.h:
	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gconf.c: Remove this, as it was
	incomplete, and libproxy is now officially a dependency of GNOME.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am:
	* libsoup/soup-gnome-features.c: remove gconf-vs-libproxy ifdefs

	* configure.in: Remove GConf checks, require libproxy if building
	libsoup-gnome.

2009-01-29  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_message_body_wrote_chunk): Fix
	this; previously it would discard the entire message body after
	writing a SOUP_MEMORY_TEMPORARY chunk. Part of WebKit bug 18343.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_write): use
	io->write_chunk->length *before* freeing io->write_chunk.

	* tests/chunk-test.c (do_temporary_test): new test to make sure
	that TEMPORARY buffers are handled properly.

2009-01-21  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session-feature.h: remove the dummy typedef for
	struct SoupSessionFeature that was needed because we weren't
	scanning soup-types.h. Fixes the build with non-GNU compilers.

	* libsoup/soup-session-feature.c: document
	SoupSessionFeatureInterface

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (IGNORE_HFILES): oops, don't ignore
	soup-types.h

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-docs.sgml:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt: Split
	SoupSessionFeature into its own file.

2009-01-12  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c (request_started): Don't pass NULL to
	soup_message_headers_replace(), call soup_message_headers_remove()
	if there are no cookies. Likely fix for webkit bug #23240.

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (soup_message_headers_append):
	g_return_if_fail (value != NULL)

2009-01-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	2.25.4

	* NEWS: update

2008-12-23  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: belated post-release bump to 2.25.4

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_get_features)
	(soup_session_get_feature): add these to query session features.
	#565392.

2008-12-23  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: add some more warning CFLAGS, inspired by Benjamin
	Otte's blog post, although none of them picked out any actual
	bugs. Annoyingly, the most interesting warnings came from
	-Wwrite-strings and -Wshadow, both of which I decided against
	keeping, because they had too many false positives.

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c (soup_cookie_jar_get_cookies): rename
	a variable to avoid shadowing.

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c
	(soup_message_headers_get_ranges): move a variable declaration to
	avoid a possibly-confusing shadowing.

	* tests/forms-test.c:
	* tests/header-parsing.c:
	* tests/range-test.c:
	* tests/test-utils.c: constify some "char *"s that should have
	already been const.

	* tests/get.c (find_hrefs): rename an arg whose name shadowed a
	global, to avoid possible future confusion
	(get_url): Likewise with a functional-internal shadowing.

2008-12-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.25.3

	* NEWS: update

2008-12-09  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_new): Explicitly document the fact
	that you have to call soup_uri_set_path() when using
	soup_uri_new(NULL), since path is required to be non-%NULL.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (connect_message): initialize
	uri->path

	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c (soup_cookie_applies_to_uri):
	g_return_val_if_fail() rather than crashing if uri->path is %NULL.
	Also, fix the cookie/uri path comparison to not potentially read
	off the end of uri->path. #562191, Mark Lee.

2008-12-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-form.c (soup_form_decode): Correctly handle forms
	that have URI-encoded parameter names. #563302, Evan Nemerson.

	* tests/forms-test.c: test that

2008-12-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gconf.c (finalize): disconnect from
	gconf notifications. Fixes a crash, #563145.

2008-12-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.25.2

	* NEWS: update

2008-11-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c (auth_type_compare_func): Fix this
	so we choose the *strongest* auth type first, rather than the
	weakest. Doh. #562339, Pontus Oldberg.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_add_auth_domain): use
	g_slist_append() rather than prepend(), so auth headers get added
	in the same order as the SoupAuthDomains were.

	* tests/auth-test.c (do_select_auth_test): add a test of selecting
	between Basic and Digest auth

2008-11-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoupgnomeincludedir): make this
	$(includedir)/libsoup-gnome-2.4/libsoup rather than being the same
	as $(libsoupincludedir). Makes it easier to split into two
	packages.

2008-11-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/client-howto.xml: fix method name in example.
	#562411, Andreas Bruse.

2008-11-24  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-logger.c: clarify exactly when stuff gets logged
	(and in particular, that SoupSession::authenticate gets emitted
	before the response it is authenticating gets logged).

2008-11-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoup_gnome_2_4_la_LIBADD): fix linking
	with --as-needed. #559342, pointed out by Götz Waschk

2008-11-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.25.1

	* NEWS: update

2008-11-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_is_resolved):
	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c (soup_cookie_copy):
	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c (soup_cookie_jar_class_init):
	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (SoupMessageHeadersType):
	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver.c
	(soup_proxy_resolver_get_proxy_async)
	(soup_proxy_resolver_get_proxy_sync):
	* libsoup/soup-status.c (soup_status_proxyify): misc doc fixes

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar-text.h: remove a "deprecated" API that
	was never actually released

	* libsoup/soup.h: include soup-proxy-resolver.h

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (SCAN_OPTIONS): set
	--deprecated-guards correctly
	(IGNORE_HFILES): ignore some more internal files
	(GTKDOC_LIBS): link against libsoup-gnome, not libsoup

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-docs.sgml:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4.types:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt: add new stuff

2008-11-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar-text.c: implementation of SoupCookieJar
	that persists to a text file in the old Mozilla cookies.txt
	format. Written by Xan Lopez and myself.

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar-sqlite.c: implementation of
	SoupCookieJar that persists to an sqlite database in the new
	Mozilla cookies.sqlite format. (Part of libsoup-gnome.) Written by
	Diego Escalante Urrelo, based on soup-cookie-jar-text.c.

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c: add various functionality needed by
	the two new subclasses. (Mostly written by Xan.) Does not break
	API/ABI compat with 2.24.

	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c (soup_cookie_get_type): register
	SoupCookie as a boxed type.
	(domain_matches): fix a bug here that meant "foo.com" couldn't set
	a cookie for domain=.foo.com
	(soup_cookie_applies_to_uri): fix path checking

	* configure.in: if building --with-gnome, require sqlite3

2008-11-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (process_queue_item): don't remove
	the item from the queue here; it should already have happened in
	all circumstances. Possible fix for #559052.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (cancel_message): don't remove the item
	from the queue here; the call to soup_message_finished() will do
	that.

	* libsoup/soup-message-queue.c (soup_message_queue_remove): This
	should only be called once, so g_return_if_fail (!item->removed)

	* tests/test-utils.c (test_init): install a new default g_log
	handler that increments the error count when it's called so that a
	test won't pass if it triggers a g_warning() or
	g_return_if_fail().

2008-11-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/Makefile.am (get_LDADD): fix srcdir/builddir mixup.

2008-11-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (set_content_foo): don't leak the
	header string

	* libsoup/soup-multipart.c (generate_boundary): avoid a (harmless)
	valgrind warning

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-static.c (get_proxy_sync): don't
	leak the address on error

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (wait_for_connection): don't leak
	proxy_addr

	* tests/misc-test.c: don't leak the SoupMessage signal ids

	* tests/range-test.c (main): don't leak base_uri

	* tests/libsoup.supp: update this using lots and lots of wildcards

2008-11-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (message_finished): Fix the signal
	handler disconnection here: for "finished" we were passing the
	wrong user_data to g_signal_handlers_disconnect_by_func(), and for
	"got_body" it turns out you can't use _disconnect_by_func() when
	there's a metamarshal, making it incompatible
	withsoup_message_add_header_handler(). Fixes a crash in
	evolution-exchange, #559054.

	* tests/misc-test.c (do_msg_reuse_test): Ensure that SoupSession
	and its features disconnect all of their signals from a message
	when they're done with it.

2008-10-31  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Add libsoup-gnome, for new features that depend on GNOME
	libraries.

	* configure.in: Check for libproxy and/or gconf, accept
	--without-gnome option, output libsoup-gnome-2.4.pc

	* libsoup-gnome-2.4.pc: pc file for libsoup with GNOME support

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: build libsoup-gnome.la if so configured

	* libsoup/soup-gnome.h: base header for libsoup-gnome

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-libproxy.c: An implementation of
	SoupProxyResolver that uses libproxy.

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-gconf.c: An implementation of
	SoupProxyResolver that uses the proxy keys in GConf. Does not
	completely handle ignore_hosts; this is currently just used as a
	fallback if libproxy is not available.

	* libsoup/soup-gnome-features.c: provides
	SOUP_TYPE_PROXY_RESOLVER_GNOME (abstracting over
	SoupProxyResolverGConf and SoupProxyResolverLibproxy) and
	SOUP_TYPE_GNOME_FEATURES_2_26, which adds "all GNOME-specific
	features in libsoup 2.26", which is currently just the proxy
	resolver.

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (resolved_proxy_addr): set
	item->resolved_proxy_addr
	(run_queue): resolve the proxy if !item->resolved_proxy_addr, not
	if !item->proxy_addr, since the proxy addr might resolve to NULL.

	* tests/Makefile.am (get_LDADD):
	* tests/get.c: If we built libsoup-gnome, use it in "get" for
	automatic proxy support

2008-10-31  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup-2.4.pc.in: rename from libsoup.pc.in; the attempt to
	keep the source tree API-version-generic wasn't really working,
	and we're probably not ever going to change the API version again
	anyway.

	* Makefile.am (pkgconfig_DATA): install the .pc file the normal
	way rather than using an install-data-local rule to rename the .pc
	file as we install it

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoupincludedir):
	* tests/Makefile.am (LIBS):
	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (GTKDOC_LIBS): Say "2.4" everywhere,
	instead of 2.4 in some places and $(SOUP_API_VERSION) in others.

	* configure.in: updates for .pc renaming. Also, use
	AS_HELP_STRING() in AC_ARG_ENABLE() and AC_ARG_WITH() rules

2008-10-31  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver.c: new abstract base class for a
	SoupSessionFeature that determines what proxy to use for a given
	URI.

	* libsoup/soup-proxy-resolver-static.c: a SoupProxyResolver that
	always returns the same value.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (set_property, get_property): implement
	the SOUP_SESSION_PROXY_URI property by creating/destroying a
	SoupProxyResolverStatic as needed.
	(soup_session_get_connection): Use the proxy address passed by the
	caller rather than priv->proxy_uri.

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (run_queue): if the session has a
	proxy resolver, use it, and pass the resolved proxy to
	soup_session_get_connection().
	(request_restarted): clear the previously-resolved proxy address
	when restarting the message

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (wait_for_connection): if the
	session has a proxy resolver, use it, and pass the resolved proxy
	to soup_session_get_connection().

	* libsoup/soup-message-queue.h (SoupMessageQueueItem): add
	proxy-address-resolving fields

	* libsoup/soup-status.c (soup_status_proxify): moved from
	soup-connection; turn SOUP_STATUS_CANT_RESOLVE into
	SOUP_STATUS_CANT_RESOLVE_PROXY, and SOUP_STATUS_CANT_CONNECT into
	SOUP_STATUS_CANT_CONNECT_PROXY (and pass all other statuses
	through unchanged)

2008-10-30  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/simple-httpd.c: do directory listings. (wrote this a long
	time ago, it just never made it into svn)

2008-10-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c (soup_cookie_free): free the expires date,
	if set

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.h:
	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.h:
	* libsoup/soup-logger.h:
	* libsoup/soup-multipart.h: add G_BEGIN/END_DECLS

	* libsoup/soup-date.c: add some g_return_if_fails

	Patches from and inspired by Xan Lopez, #522125

2008-10-22  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in:
	* tests/Makefile.am: fix up some of the regression test
	configuration stuff, and print warnings when some tests aren't run
	do to missing dependencies

2008-10-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/Makefile.am (INCLUDES): add SOUP_MAINTAINER_FLAGS here
	too.

	* tests/dns.c (main):
	* tests/getbug.c (main):
	* tests/server-auth-test.c (do_test): replace deprecated glib
	functions

2008-10-20  Cosimo Cecchi  <cosimoc@gnome.org>

	* configure.in:
	* libsoup/Makefile.am:
	* libsoup/soup-status.h:
	* libsoup/soup-types.h:
	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: (soup_uri_to_string):
	Build with G_DISABLE_DEPRECATED and G_DISABLE_SINGLE_INCLUDES; enforce
	the first switch under maintainer mode and the second one
	unconditionally (#557072).

2008-10-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_update): compare scheme name
	case-insensitively, to prevent an infinite loop when it's not in
	standard form. #536285

2008-10-10  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c
	(soup_message_headers_get_ranges): if the caller passed the
	total_length of the message body, then sort sort the ranges and
	merge overlapping ones to generate a minimal set.

	* tests/range-test.c: test it

2008-10-09  Andrew W. Nosenko  <andrew.w.nosenko@gmail.com>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_to_string): Verify whether uri is
	non-NULL and avoid crash on NULL pointer dereference therefore.

2008-10-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c: Change the SoupURI properties to
	SoupAddress properties.

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_resolve_async)
	(soup_address_resolve_sync): Redo slightly so that multiple
	simultaneous attempts to resolve the same address won't cause
	problems.
	(soup_address_hash_by_name, soup_address_equal_by_name):
	(soup_address_hash_by_ip, soup_address_equal_by_ip): methods to
	hash addresses by name or IP address

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_get_address): gets a
	SoupAddress corresponding to the message's URI

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c (SoupAuthHost): hash hosts by
	soup_address_hash_by_name() rather than by URI.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_get_connection): pass
	addresses to soup_connection_new(), not URIs.
	(SoupSessionHost): hash hosts by soup_address_hash_by_ip() rather
	than by URI. This requires that the addresses will have already
	been resolved by the SoupSession subclasses before calling
	soup_session_get_connection(), but also means that now requests
	made to different virtual hosts on the same IP address can share a
	connection.

	* libsoup/soup-message-queue.c (SoupMessageQueueItem): add
	address-resolving state

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (process_queue_item): resolve the
	message's address before getting a connection

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (run_queue, resolve_msg_addr)
	(resolved_msg_addr): resolve the message's address before getting
	a connection
	(request_restarted): if the message gets requeued to a different
	host, we'll need to re-resolve the address.

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_copy_root, soup_uri_host_hash)
	(soup_uri_host_equal): No longer needed

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (do_async_callback): disconnect from the
	cancellable before invoking the callback

	* tests/proxy-test.c (tests): fix the 403 example; hostnames are
	resolved by the session now, even when sending to a proxy, so we
	need to use a hostname that actually exists

2008-10-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-queue.c: Make this more complicated, with a
	SoupMessageQueueItem to keep track of the session's per-message
	state. (Part of the process of moving session-related state out of
	SoupMessagePrivate.)

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: Update to work in terms of
	SoupMessageQueueItem

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c:
	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c: use SoupMessageQueueItem (and get
	rid of SoupSessionAsyncQueueData and SoupSessionSyncAsyncData).

2008-10-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-multipart.c: New type and methods for working with
	multipart HTTP bodies (eg, multipart/form-data and
	multipart/byte-ranges)

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (soup_message_headers_get_ranges)
	(soup_message_headers_set_ranges)
	(soup_message_headers_set_range)
	(soup_message_headers_get_content_range)
	(soup_message_headers_set_content_range): New methods for dealing
	with the Range and Content-Range headers.

	* libsoup/soup-form.h (SOUP_FORM_MIME_TYPE_URLENCODED)
	(SOUP_FORM_MIME_TYPE_MULTIPART): #define these MIME types here

	* libsoup/soup-form.c (soup_form_decode_multipart): new utility
	for parsing multipart/form-data forms.
	(soup_form_request_new_from_multipart): new utility for
	constructing multipart/form-data forms

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse): this is now
	non-static, for use by soup-multipart

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (get_response_headers)
	(handle_partial_get): if the client requested a partial GET, and
	the SoupServer is returning the full body, rebuild the response to
	include only the requested range instead

	* tests/forms-test.c: renamed from query-test and updated to do
	both application/x-www-form-urlencoded and multipart/form-data
	tests

	* tests/range-test.c: test of Range/Content-Range functionality

2008-10-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_header_parse_param_list)
	(soup_header_parse_semi_param_list): Update these to deal with
	RFC2231-encoded UTF-8 header params
	(soup_header_g_string_append_param): new utility method to do
	parameters with quoted-strings (handling escaping) and RFC2231.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (get_authorization):
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.c (challenge):
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.c (challenge): use
	soup_header_g_string_append_param so we handle escaping correctly

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c
	(soup_message_headers_get_content_type)
	(soup_message_headers_set_content_type)
	(soup_message_headers_get_content_disposition)
	(soup_message_headers_set_content_disposition): New convenience
	methods.

	* tests/header-parsing.c (do_rfc2231_tests): new test of RFC2231
	encoded header parsing in Content-Disposition.

	* tests/get.c (get_url): use
	soup_message_headers_get_content_type()

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt: update

2008-10-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/xmlrpc-test.c (main): add a new -s flag to indicate that
	it's being run from inside xmlrpc-server-test.
	(test_echo): if we aren't running inside xmlrpc-server-test, and
	the response strings don't match the request strings, then compare
	them to echo_strings_broken instead; a bug in php-xmlrpc manifests
	when using libxml2 >= 2.7.1, resulting in incorrect responses. :-/

	* tests/xmlrpc-server-test.c (do_xmlrpc_tests): Pass -s to
	xmlrpc-test

2008-10-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: bump version to 2.25.0

2008-10-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c:
	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c:
	* libsoup/soup-cookie.h:
	* libsoup/soup-headers.c:
	* libsoup/soup-logger.c:
	* libsoup/soup-session-feature.c:
	* libsoup/soup-session-feature.h:
	* libsoup/soup-session.c: doc fixups

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-docs.sgml:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4.types: Add missing bits

2008-09-30  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.c (parse_value):
	soup_value_hash_insert_value() copies the value, so we have to
	g_value_unset() our copy.

	* tests/chunk-test.c:
	* tests/misc-test.c:
	* tests/ntlm-test.c: fix leaks

	* tests/libsoup.supp: update

2008-09-30  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (do_idle_run_queue): store the
	GSource in priv, don't ref the session. Otherwise the session
	won't get destroyed if you abort it and then don't return to its
	main loop. (addendum to #498509, Arnout Vandecappelle)
	(finalize): Destroy the idle_run_queue source when finalizing.
	(run_queue, got_connection): Ref the session when calling
	soup_connection_connect_async(), and do a
	do_idle_run_queue()+unref in got_connection, to ensure correct
	handling regardless of what the application does with its own ref
	on the session.
	(final_finished): Likewise, ref/do_idle_run_queue/unref rather
	than calling run_queue directly and playing with weak pointers.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (connect_result): ref the session around
	the cancel-if-error loop

	Fixes #533473, crash in seahorse when connecting to a
	non-responsive key server.

	* tests/misc-test.c (do_callback_unref_test): Add a test for the
	bug in #533473.

	* tests/test-utils.c (soup_test_session_abort_unref): abort and
	unref a SoupSession, and consider it an error if the session still
	exists afterward. Suggested by Arnout Vandecappelle.
	(test_server_shutdown): Likewise, consider it an error if the
	server is leaked.

	* tests/*.c: Use soup_test_session_abort_unref().

2008-09-26  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c
	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c
	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c
	* libsoup/soup-dns.c
	* libsoup/soup-logger.c:
	* libsoup/soup-message-body.h:
	* libsoup/soup-message.h
	* libsoup/soup-misc.h:
	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.h:

	* tests/continue-test.c:
	* tests/ntlm-test.c: Fix warnings pointed out by gcc -pedantic.
	#553976, Sander Dijkhuis.

2008-09-23  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.24.0.1

	* NEWS: Update

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (redirect_handler):
	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_new):
	(soup_message_new_from_uri, soup_message_set_uri): Revert the
	2008-08-25 change; it breaks the rhythmbox DAAP plugin. #553466.
	To be revisited.

2008-09-22  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.24.0

2008-09-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.23.92

	* NEWS: update

2008-09-07  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (redirect_handler): a 302 response to
	HEAD (or any other safe method) should be treated like a 307, not
	a 303. #551190, Jonathan Matthew.

	* tests/redirect-test.c: test that

2008-09-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.23.91

	* NEWS: update

2008-08-25  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.h (SOUP_URI_VALID_FOR_HTTP): new macro to check
	if a URI is a valid http or https URI.

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_new_with_base): Update http/https
	check to use SOUP_URI_VALID_FOR_HTTP().

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (redirect_handler): Check
	SOUP_URI_VALID_FOR_HTTP() and call it an error if the check fails.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_new): Remove the uri->host
	check from here. Update docs to clarify that @uri must be an
	http/https URI.
	(soup_message_new_from_uri): Check SOUP_URI_VALID_FOR_HTTP().
	Update docs.
	(soup_message_set_uri): Check SOUP_URI_VALID_FOR_HTTP(). Update
	docs.

	Should prevent the crash in #528882, but there's still something
	going wrong there at a higher level.

2008-08-22  Bastien Nocera  <hadess@hadess.net>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_to_time_t),
	(soup_date_to_timeval):
	* libsoup/soup-date.h: Add a SoupDate to GTimeVal conversion
	function, for use in gvfs. #549006, with help from Dan Winship
	<danw@gnome.org>

2008-08-18  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup.pc.in (Requires): Revert previous commit; that would
	still fail in the case of an application linking against a library
	that privately links against libsoup. The only correct solution in
	the face of --as-needed (or on OSes where the linker always works
	that way) is for the module that actually calls g_thread_init() to
	explicitly link against libgthread.

2008-08-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup.pc.in (Requires): Add gthread-2.0; the app must call
	g_thread_init(), but libsoup won't pull it in itself if built with
	--as-needed, so make sure it gets pulled in from here. Noted by
	Zeeshan Ali.

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_authenticate): g_return_if_fail
	if either username or password is NULL. Noted on the mailing list.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-basic.c (authenticate): remove redundant check

2008-08-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.23.6

	* NEWS: update

2008-07-26  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_add_completion): Add this to schedule
	a callback in a GMainContext "right away", as opposed to
	soup_add_idle(), which uses a lower priority and therefore may not
	end up calling the callback for a long time if the application is
	busy with I/O. #536676, Benjamin Otte.

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (resolver_thread, async_cancel)
	(soup_dns_lookup_resolve_async):
	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_unpause):
	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (queue_message_thread):
	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (do_idle_run_queue):
	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (async_cancel)
	(soup_socket_connect_async):
	* tests/test-utils.c (test_server_shutdown): Use
	soup_add_completion() rather than soup_add_idle().

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt: add soup_add_completion

2008-07-26  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers): don't
	add a Host header to the message if the caller already added one.
	#539803, Marc Maurer.

	* libsoup/soup-logger.c (print_request): likewise

	* tests/misc-test.c: new test file for small miscellaneous test
	cases.
	(do_host_test): test Host-header overriding

2008-07-26  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/Makefile.am (LIBS): add $(GLIB_LIBS) so this still works
	when building with weird LDFLAGS. #541506, Götz Waschk.

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (GTKDOC_LIBS): likewise

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (soup_auth_digest_parse_algorithm):
	if the server response doesn't include an algorithm, it is
	supposed to default to MD5. #544681, Mads Chr. Olesen.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (SoupMessageIOData): change
	read_length, write_length, and written to goffset so we can
	properly handle message bodies > 4G. #539861, Peter Christensen.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: Fix horrible bizarre brokenness in
	GIOChannel subclassing. #536417, Tor Lillqvist.

2008-06-04  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (set_fdflags): The SO_RCVTIMEO and
	SO_SNDTIMEO options to setsockopt() take int values, in
	milliseconds, on Windows. Not struct timeval. Eek. So passing a
	struct timeval meant that the tv_sec value (which is first in the
	struct) is interpreted as milliseconds. setsockopt apparently
	doesn't even get upset by the fact that the option size doesn't
	match the sizeof(int) it should expect.

2008-05-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c (soup_cookie_applies_to_uri): fix the path
	checking

2008-04-29  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_dns_is_ip_address): Fix compilation
	error in the !HAVE_IPV6 && !HAVE_INET_PTON && !HAVE_INET_ATON
	case.

2008-04-21  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.23.1, bump AGE and CURRENT

	* NEWS: update

2008-04-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Fixes for GnuTLS support on Win32. #528752, patch from Marc Maurer

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_ssl_wrap_iochannel): add an argument
	saying whether or not the socket is non-blocking, since there's no
	way to determine this from the fd in WinSock.
	(do_handshake, soup_gnutls_read, soup_gnutls_write): Update for
	that.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_start_proxy_ssl): Update for
	that

	* libsoup/soup-nossl.c (soup_ssl_wrap_iochannel): update the
	declaration here too

	* tests/ssl-test.c: Some updates to get this closer to working on
	Windows...

2008-04-14  Chris Lord  <chrislord.net@gmail.com>

	reviewed by: Dan Winship <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c (soup_cookie_jar_set_cookie):
	Check that the cookie was parsed successfully before setting it

2008-04-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Initial HTTP cookie support imported from development git repo,
	including patches from Xan Lopez.

	TODO: make sure the logic in soup_cookie_jar_get_cookies() is
	right. Add a test program to tests/.

	* libsoup/soup-cookie.c: Code for parsing and generating HTTP
	cookies.

	* libsoup/soup-cookie-jar.c: Code for managing SoupCookies and
	integrating cookie management with a SoupSession.

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_is_past): New, checks if a
	SoupDate refers to a time in the past

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_dns_is_ip_address): New, checks if a
	string is a valid IP address

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_header_parse_semi_param_list): New,
	like soup_header_parse_param_list, but for semicolon-delimited
	data.

2008-04-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c: Make this a GObject and
	specifically a SoupSessionFeature. Add an "authenticate" signal,
	and emit that rather than explicitly calling into the SoupSession
	and telling it when to emit its own authenticate signal.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c: Make this a subclass of
	SoupAuthManager, with NTLM support controllable via a property.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_init): create an
	auth_manager of type SOUP_TYPE_AUTH_MANAGER_NTLM, but defaulting
	to USE_NTLM=FALSE. Connect to its "authenticate" signal, and call
	soup_session_add_feature() on it.
	(set_property, get_property): proxy the USE_NTLM property to the
	auth manager.
	(auth_manager_authenticate): signal handler for SoupAuthManager
	"authenticate" signal. (Replaces soup_session_emit_authenticate(),
	which is no longer needed)

2008-04-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session-feature.c: New interface type representing
	a feature that can be added to a SoupSession.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_add_feature): Add a feature
	to the session by prepending it to priv->features and calling
	soup_session_feature_attach() on it.
	(soup_session_add_feature_by_type): Add a feature to the session
	by creating an object of the indicated type and passing it to
	soup_session_add_feature.
	(soup_session_remove_feature)
	(soup_session_remove_feature_by_type): Likewise, remove features
	(soup_session_class_init, set_property): register/handle
	construct-time feature adding/removing properties
	(dispose): cleanup features

	* libsoup/soup-logger.c: port to SoupSessionFeature

	* tests/test-utils.c (soup_test_session_new): Use
	soup_session_add_feature rather than soup_logger_attach.

2008-04-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: Having branched for gnome-2-22, bump version to
	2.23.0 for the GNOME 2.23 series. SOUP_API_VERSION will stay at
	2.4, which is confusing but seemed like the best solution at this
	point.

2008-04-07  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.4.1. Bump AGE and CURRENT.

	* NEWS: update

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt: add new symbols

2008-04-07  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_pause): If pausing a
	message that was waiting to unpause, cancel the unpause.

2008-04-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (resolve_address, resolve_name): Don't
	cache negative results, even if the DNS server explicitly states
	that the host does not exist; some servers give different answers
	to clients inside and outside their firewall. #523269, Jörgen
	Scheibengruber.

2008-04-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_message_body_set_accumulate)
	(soup_message_body_get_accumulate): New, replaces
	SOUP_MESSAGE_OVERWRITE_CHUNKS, but can be set on either the
	incoming or outgoing message body.
	(soup_message_body_get_chunk): update to still dtrt if !accumulate
	(soup_message_body_got_chunk, soup_message_body_wrote_chunk): New
	methods to handle accumulating/discarding chunks.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (read_body_chunk): Use
	soup_message_body_got_chunk.
	(io_write): Use soup_message_body_wrote_chunk, to discard unneeded
	chunks after writing them. Fixes most of #522146.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_class_init): add a new
	flag, "server-side", to indicate whether the message is
	client-side or server-side, and update several methods to use it.
	(got_body): Update for accumulate
	(soup_message_set_flags): If the caller changes OVERWRITE_CHUNKS,
	update the corresponding accumulate flag.

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SOUP_MESSAGE_OVERWRITE_CHUNKS):
	deprecated now

	* tests/chunk-test.c (do_request_test): Use
	soup_message_body_set_accumulate() now, and verify that the chunks
	are being discarded appropriately.
	(do_response_test): Use
	soup_message_body_set_accumulate() instead of OVERWRITE_CHUNKS.

	* tests/pull-api.c (do_fully_async_test)
	(do_synchronously_async_test): Use
	soup_message_body_set_accumulate().

2008-04-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (resolve_address): fix test for
	AI_ADDRCONFIG. Noticed while looking at #526321.

2008-04-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_class_init)
	(soup_socket_write): globally ignore SIGPIPE rather than only
	doing it around socket write calls, since with SSL even socket
	read calls may need to write, and also because SIGPIPE is
	completely moronic and no one should be using it, and the previous
	"solution" wasn't thread-safe anyway. Fixes #524397, reported by
	Curtis Magyar.

2008-04-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Misc fixes noticed by "sparse" or by running gcc with additional
	-W flags

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_post): fix a
	potentially uninitialized variable. (Grumble. gcc needs
	-Wdo-optimization-so-you-can-generate-code-flow-related-warnings-
	but-then-emit-unoptimized-code-for-ease-of-debugging)

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_channel_funcs): make this
	static

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (uri_decoded_copy, uri_normalized_copy): add
	"static". (This doesn't change the generated code; the prototype
	was already declared static and so gcc was treating the function
	as static even though the main declaration *wasn't* declared
	static. I'm not sure if this is a bug in gcc or an oddity of the
	spec, but it's confusing, so...)

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.c (soup_xmlrpc_build_method_response):
	s/FALSE/NULL/

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.h: add G_GNUC_PRINTF to
	soup_xmlrpc_build_format

	* tests/*.c: misc minor fixes, mostly involving missing "const"s
	and "static"s to get better warnings, and then remove some unused
	variables.

	* tests/continue-test.c (do_message): fix a crash when the test
	fails

	* tests/test-utils.h (debug_printf): add G_GNUC_PRINTF to
	prototype

2008-04-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-method.c: Explicitly assign each of the variables
	to NULL, because that apparently causes the OS X linker to treat
	them differently than if they are left implicitly NULL. #522957.

2008-04-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: add a new signal "wrote-body-data" to
	address the problem that "wrote-chunk" is not usable for progress
	info (especially with non-chunked encoding). #525101, suggested by
	Christian Kellner.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (write_data): emit wrote-body-data as
	appropriate.
	(io_write): update so that (a) Content-Length writes can be done
	in multiple chunks (as long as the caller explicitly sets the
	Content-Length header beforehand), and (b) the body data doesn't
	get copied an extra time. Based on a patch from Christian.

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers): Don't
	update the Content-Length header if it's already set, even if it
	doesn't match the (current) body length.

	* tests/chunk-test.c: test some chunk-encoding-related behavior

2008-04-03  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Be more aggressive about closing unused persistent connections
	when needed, to avoid slow load times in WebKit.

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (run_queue): Remove the
	"try_pruning" flag from here and from all the callers, and
	*always* try pruning idle connections if it would help.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_try_prune_connection):
	Rather than only closing a single connection, close all idle
	connections.

2008-03-29  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupMessage): de-constify
	msg->reason_phrase; it's no more const than any other struct
	field.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (finalize)
	(soup_message_cleanup_response, soup_message_set_status)
	(soup_message_set_status_full): don't need to cast reason_phase to
	non-const when freeing it now

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (parse_response_headers):
	Likewise, remove reason-phrase non-const casts

2008-03-29  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (parse_day): fix the test for no-day-parsed
	(parse_year): likewise fix the test for no-year-parsed
	(parse_time): don't accept empty components here
	(parse_textual_date): don't accept a comma if it wasn't preceded
	by a weekday
	(soup_date_weekday): Fix leap year handling here; the code this
	was originally based on only had to work between 1970 and 2038, so
	it didn't worry about the mod 100 and mod 400 rules...

	* tests/date.c: Add date/string conversion tests (in particular,
	to make sure soup_date_weekday is working). Also add test cases
	with missing components and make sure they *don't* parse.

2008-03-25  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.c (accepts): don't crash if the
	auth_callback returns NULL (meaning "unrecognized user").

	* tests/server-auth-test.c (do_test, do_auth_tests): Test bad
	usernames as well as bad passwords.
	(main): Remove erroneous local run_tests variable.

	Pointed out by Curtis Magyar.

2008-03-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_new): compare WWW-Authenticate
	auth schemes case-insensitively.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (update): allow Digest
	WWW-Authenticate header with no "qop" option. (The original RFC
	2069 style of Digest auth.)
	(soup_auth_digest_parse_qop): this returns a bitfield, so don't
	return -1 if there are no recognized values.

	* tests/httpd.conf.in: use "AuthDigestQop none" in /Digest/realm3
	so we test that

	Fixes #498484 (Digest auth against Apple's Calendar Server).

2008-03-18  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_class_init): Add a new
	property, SOUP_SESSION_IDLE_TIMEOUT, to specify a timeout after
	which idle connections should be closed.
	(soup_session_get_connection): pass the idle_timeout value on to
	the connection.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_class_init): Add
	SOUP_CONNECTION_IDLE_TIMEOUT.
	(start_idle_timer, stop_idle_timer): add/remove a timeout to call
	soup_connection_disconnect().
	(socket_connect_result, soup_connection_connect_sync): start the
	idle timer after connection is complete
	(set_current_request): call stop_idle_timer() when starting a new
	request
	(clear_current_request): call start_idle_timer() when finishing a
	request
	(dispose): call stop_idle_timer() when destroying the connection

	#518214, based on a patch from Jorn Baayen.

2008-03-18  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_unpause): if delaying
	the unpause to idle time, we need to keep track of the idle source
	(soup_message_io_stop): if the message is waiting to unpause
	itself, cancel that

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_pause_message): call
	soup_message_io_pause(), not soup_message_io_unpause(). Duh.

2008-03-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: Define two new signals, request_queued
	and request_unqueued, to provided a clearer (and
	clearly-documented) lifecycle for messages, helping us (and other
	people) avoid bugs like #522601, SoupSession::authenticate signal
	emitted multiple times per message (reported and analyzed by Tommi
	Komulainen).

	* libsoup/soup-logger.c:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c: Use request_queued/unqueued

	* tests/auth-test.c (do_async_auth_test): add a regression test

2008-03-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers): Fix Host
	header syntax when the host is an IPv6 address literal. Noticed
	while poking at #522519.

2008-03-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h (SoupMessagePrivate): add
	an orig_http_version field.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_init): initialize
	orig_http_version.
	(soup_message_set_http_version): If called before the status code
	is received, set orig_http_version too.
	(soup_message_cleanup_response): Restore orig_http_version, so
	that we don't send an HTTP/1.0 request in response to an HTTP/1.0
	redirect. #521848, Tommi Komulainen.

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (get_response_headers):
	actually output "HTTP/1.0", not "HTTP/1.1", if the message's http
	version is 1.0.

	* tests/redirect-test.c (server_callback): Add a regression test;
	set http_version to 1.0 when returning a redirect, but require it
	to be 1.1 when processing the following request

2008-03-13  Xan Lopez  <xan@gnome.org>

        * libsoup/soup-address.c:
        * libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.c:
        * libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.c:
        * libsoup/soup-auth-domain.c:
        * libsoup/soup-auth.c:
        * libsoup/soup-connection.c:
        * libsoup/soup-message.c:
        * libsoup/soup-server.c:
        * libsoup/soup-session.c:
        * libsoup/soup-socket.c:

	Use G_OBJECT_WARN_INVALID_PROPERTY_ID in all get/set_property functions.

	Bug #522115
	
2008-03-13  Xan Lopez  <xan@gnome.org>

        * tests/dns.c: (main):
        * tests/get.c: (main):
        * tests/getbug.c: (main):
        * tests/simple-httpd.c: (main):
        * tests/simple-proxy.c: (main):
        * tests/ssl-test.c: (main):
        * tests/test-utils.c: (test_init):

        g_thread_init should be called before any other glib function. (#522117)

2008-03-10  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.4.0!

	* NEWS: update

2008-02-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (finalize): free priv->user_agent.
	#518798, Wouter Cloetens.
	(redirect_handler): PROPFIND is defined to be "safe and
	idempotent", so allow automatic redirects of it. (Pointed out by
	Christian Kellner. FIXME: need a way for apps to declare
	additional safe methods). Also, treat 302 like 307, not like 303,
	because that behavior is universal in the real world, despite the
	spec's protests.

	* tests/redirect-test.c (tests): update POST 302 behavior check

	* tests/Makefile.am (TESTS): oops, add redirect-test so it gets
	run by "make check"/"make distcheck"

	* tests/ssl-test.c: Re-revert the change from 2008-02-09; the
	problem with ssl-test.c was not that soup_gnutls_init() wasn't
	thread-safe, it's that the server thread doesn't do anything that
	would ever cause soup_gnutls_init() to be called, and so if the
	client thread doesn't start first, the server thread will run
	without initializing GNUTLS.

2008-02-27  Benjamin Otte  <otte@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: (read_from_network), (soup_socket_read),
	(soup_socket_read_until), (soup_socket_write):
	ensure that nread/nwrote parameters aren't NULL. They are also
	properly set on error paths now.

2008-02-25  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.3.4

	* NEWS: Update

2008-02-25  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (DOC_MODULE): rename from libsoup to
	libsoup-2.4
	(TARGET_DIR): don't need to override this now

	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4.types:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-docs.txt:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-overrides.txt:
	* docs/reference/libsoup-2.4-sections.txt: Rename these from
	unversioned, to match DOC_MODULE

	Fixes doc installation to work with devhelp again. #518384, Mart
	Raudsepp.

2008-02-25  Benjamin Otte  <otte@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-address.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth.h:
	* libsoup/soup-message.h:
	* libsoup/soup-server.h:
	* libsoup/soup-session-async.h:
	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.h:
	* libsoup/soup-session.h:
	* libsoup/soup-socket.h:
	* libsoup/soup-types.h:
	* libsoup/soup-uri.h:
	use an underscore for struct definitions. Fixes bug #518317.

2008-02-20  Sebastian Dröge  <slomo@circular-chaos.org>

	* libsoup.pc.in: Add gobject-2.0 and gio-2.0 to Requires.
	Move libxml-2.0 and the SSL dependency to Requires.private
	as no header is including them. Fixes bug #517631.

2008-02-11  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: post-release bump to 2.3.3

2008-02-11  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.3.2
	(SOUP_CURRENT): bump for API changes

	* NEWS: update

2008-02-09  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* Misc gtk-doc fix-ups

2008-02-09  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-misc.h: remove prototype for
	soup_signal_connect_once, which is only used by soup-connection
	now, and will go away once that code is rewritten.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c: prototype it here now (the definition
	is still in soup-misc.c)

2008-02-09  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c: mark the DES magic number
	arrays const

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (months, days): add an extra "const" to each
	of these declarations, as one "const" is apparently not enough.
	(soup_date_to_time_t): remove redundant copy of days_before array.

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_dns_init): use g_once_init_enter/leave

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_ssl_supported)
	(soup_gnutls_channel_funcs): Mark these const
	(soup_gnutls_init, init_dh_params): Use g_once_init_enter/leave

	* libsoup/soup-status.c (reason_phrases): mark this const

	* tests/ssl-test.c: Remove the workaround for soup_gnutls_init()
	not being thread-safe, since it is now.

2008-02-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (SoupMessageHeadersIter)
	(soup_message_headers_iter_init, soup_message_headers_iter_next):
	Add an iterator type for SoupMessageHeaders.

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers):
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (get_response_headers): Use
	SoupMessageHeadersIter.

	* libsoup/soup-logger.c (print_request, print_response): Use
	SoupMessageHeadersIter. And take advantage of the simplification
	to fix the kludge where 'direction' was stored as a field in
	SoupLoggerPrivate rather than being an argument to
	soup_logger_print.

	* tests/get.c (get_url):
	* tests/header-parsing.c (check_headers):
	* tests/simple-httpd.c (server_callback): Use
	SoupMessageHeadersIter

2008-02-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_add_auth_domain): Ref the
	auth domain when adding it.

	* tests/continue-test.c (setup_server):
	* tests/server-auth-test.c (main): Add unrefs here to avoid
	leaking now

2008-02-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_set_chunk_allocator): New
	method that lets the application set a callback function to use to
	allocate SoupBuffers for reading into, so as to avoid needing
	extra copies.

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_buffer_new_with_owner): new,
	to create a SoupBuffer pointing to memory owned by another object,
	with a GDestroyNotify to unref/free that object when the
	SoupBuffer is freed.
	(soup_buffer_get_owner): Returns the owner of a buffer created
	with soup_buffer_new_with_owner.
	(soup_buffer_free, etc): update SoupBuffer code for owned buffers.

	Suggested by Wouter Cloetens, #513810.

	* tests/simple-httpd.c (do_get): Use mmap() and
	soup_buffer_new_with_owner(), as a demo/test.

2008-02-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_to_time_t): clamp the result to
	the time_t range, and document that. Remove the #ifdef HAVE_TIMEGM
	branch.

	* configure.in: remove check for timegm

2008-02-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Fix the handling of soup-enum-types.h to
	ensure that it gets built before the things that depend on it.

2008-02-03  Benjamin Otte  <otte@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: update documentation to new API

2008-02-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: fix default connections-per-host again;
	it was defined in two places. Add SOUP_SESSION_USER_AGENT property
	(setup_message): set the User-Agent request header on the request

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: add SOUP_SERVER_SERVER_HEADER property
	(start_request): set the Server response header on the request.

	* tests/get.c:
	* tests/simple-httpd.c: set the User-Agent/Server headers

2008-02-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_request): if the
	request headers contain an unrecognized Expect: header, return
	SOUP_STATUS_EXPECTATION_FAILED. Also, process Connection headers
	in HTTP/1.0 messages as required by 2616 14.10.
	(soup_headers_parse_response): Likewise handle Connection headers
	in HTTP/1.0 messages

	* tests/header-parsing.c: test those things

2008-02-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (redirect_handler): Misc fixes: don't
	redirect on "300 Multiple Choices", "304 Not Modified", "305 Use
	Proxy", or any unrecognized status code. Don't redirect unsafe
	methods on 301, 302, or 307. Redirect POST to GET on 303.

	* tests/redirect-test.c: test of redirection handling behavior.

2008-02-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-method.h (SOUP_METHOD_GET, etc): Fix these so that
	direct comparisons against them actually *are* faster than doing
	strcmp, as the docs claim.

	* libsoup/soup-uri.h (SOUP_URI_SCHEME_HTTP,
	SOUP_URI_SCHEME_HTTPS): likewise

2008-02-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Use GObject properties.
	(soup_address_new, soup_address_new_from_sockaddr)
	(soup_address_new_any): Make these just wrappers around
	g_object_new.

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_message_body_get_type):
	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (soup_message_headers_get_type):
	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_client_context_get_type): 
	Register these as boxed types, for language bindings.

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_get_type):
	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_buffer_get_type):
	* libsoup/soup-value-utils.c (soup_byte_array_get_type):
	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_get_type): Upgrade to the latest
	yummiest type-registering idiom.

2008-02-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_disconnect):
	Reorganize this; emitting DISCONNECTED may cause the session to
	unref the connection, causing it to be destroyed, so do everything
	else before that. #437835 and dups. Also, call
	soup_message_cleanup_response() when requeuing an IO_ERROR-ed
	message, so soup_session_send_message() will requeue it rather
	than treating it as failed.

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (TARGET_DIR): override this to
	include the API version, to fix the last remaining parallel
	install issue between libsoup 2.2 and 2.4. #512810, Daniel
	Gryniewicz.

	* tests/query-test.c (do_test): don't use "stdout" as a variable
	name; it's allowed to be a macro  (and it is one on Solaris).
	#513602, patch from Jeff Cai.

2008-01-31  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_to_time_t): new

	* libsoup/soup-form.c (soup_form_decode): Remove "_urlencoded"
	from name. (And add back-compat #define.)
	(soup_form_encode): New, takes varargs parameters for each form
	construction.
	(soup_form_encode_hash, soup_form_encode_datalist): renamed, with
	back-compat #defines
	(soup_form_request_new, soup_form_request_new_from_hash)
	(soup_form_request_new_from_datalist): New methods to construct a
	GET or POST message with form data.

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_set_query_from_fields): New, takes
	varargs like soup_form_encode().

	* libsoup/soup-value-utils.c (soup_value_hash_new_with_vals)
	(soup_value_hash_insert_vals, soup_value_hash_lookup_vals): New
	routines to work with multiple value hash values at once.
	(soup_value_array_new): tiny wrapper, for naming consistency
	(soup_value_array_new_with_vals, soup_value_array_append_vals):
	New routines to work with multiple value array values at once.

2008-01-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: post-release bump to 2.3.1

2008-01-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: Bump version to 2.3.0.1

	* NEWS: Update

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (content_files): include
	porting-2.2-2.4.xml

2008-01-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_set_auth)
	(soup_message_set_proxy_auth): Use soup_message_headers_replace(),
	not soup_message_headers_append(), since only a single
	Authorization/Proxy-Authorization header is allowed. #512517.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c (ntlm_request_started): Don't
	set an NTLM Authorization header if the message already has a
	Basic or Digest one.

	* tests/ntlm-test.c: Add some Basic auth and mixed NTLM/Basic auth
	tests

2008-01-28  Wouter Bolsterlee  <wbolster@svn.gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/libsoup-docs.sgml:

	Changed section titles so that they actually show
	something useful in DevHelp.

2008-01-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (resolver_thread): fix mutex use to avoid a
	race condition

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.c (soup_xmlrpc_build_faultv):
	(soup_xmlrpc_set_response, soup_xmlrpc_set_fault):
	(soup_xmlrpc_parse_method_call): Fix misc server-side stuff
	(soup_xmlrpc_parse_method_response): Fix fault parsing

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.h (SoupXMLRPCFault): add semi-standard fault
	codes from
	http://xmlrpc-epi.sourceforge.net/specs/rfc.fault_codes.php

	* tests/xmlrpc-server.php (sum): return a <fault> if the arguments
	are wrong (so that xmlrpc-test can test that case).
	(dateChange): change to take two parameters, a date and a struct,
	instead of putting the date in the struct, since we weren't
	previously testing multiple parameter handling.

	* tests/xmlrpc-test.c (main): Add a -u flag to specify an
	alternate URL.
	(do_xmlrpc): Remove level 3 debug output, which is now redundant
	with the SoupLogger stuff.
	(test_dateChange): update for dateChange prototype change
	(test_fault_malformed, test_fault_method, test_fault_args): test
	handling of faults

	* tests/xmlrpc-server-test.c: Test the server-side XML-RPC API (by
	implementing the same methods as xmlrpc-server.php and then
	using xmlrpc-test)

2008-01-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_header_parse_quality_list): fix to
	not sometimes read beyond the end of the string.

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_message_body_append): When
	appending a 0-length SOUP_MEMORY_TAKE buffer, we need to free the
	passed-in buffer rather than just ignoring it.

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (soup_message_headers_free): Fix
	leak introduced by patch for 511980.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (got_headers): fix leak when decoding path

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (finalize): free ntlm_manager

	* tests/libsoup.supp: update for libsoup 2.4, glib 2.14, etc

	* tests/header-parsing.c (do_qvalue_tests):
	* tests/uri-parsing.c (main): more cleanup

2008-01-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-logger.c (soup_logger_attach): Fix session ids by
	using weak refs for the logger cleanup rather than trying to use
	the same qdata for two different things.
	(print_request, print_response): use full type names in the
	Soup-Debug line, since SoupSessionSync and SoupSessionAsync get
	numbered separately.

2008-01-27  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (final_finished): Don't run the
	queue again if the callback destroyed the session. #511868, Stef
	Walter.

2008-01-25  Srinivasa Ragavan  <sragavan@novell.com>

	** Fix for bug #511980

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c: (soup_message_headers_clear):
	Instead of destroying the hashtable, just remove the contents of the
	table.

2008-01-23  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Allow autogening even without AM_PATH_LIBGCRYPT
	available

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_new_from_time_t): Correct use of
	gmtime().

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_status_line): Return
	FALSE if neither HTTP nor ICY. Avoids crash in
	tests/header-parsing.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: On Windows SHUT_RDWR is called SD_BOTH.
	(set_nonblocking): Fix typo.

	* tests/continue-test.c: Seems to build fine without <pthread.h>,
	so drop that.

2008-01-18  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/server-auth-test.c: test SOUP_AUTH_DOMAIN_REMOVE_PATH

2008-01-18  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: require glib 2.15.3, not 2.15.0, since
	AM_PATH_GLIB_2_0 didn't know about gio until post-2.15.2. Pointed
	out by Matthew Barnes, #510216.

2008-01-18  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.c
	(soup_auth_domain_set_generic_auth_callback):
	(soup_auth_domain_check_password): add a new generic auth callback
	that can be used with any subclass to do cleartext password
	checking against messages. Suggested by Mathias Hasselmann.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.c: Implement generic auth

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.c: Implement generic auth.
	(soup_auth_domain_digest_evil_check_password): Gone, use the
	generic version now.

2008-01-17  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (soup_auth_digest_compute_hex_urp)
	(soup_auth_digest_compute_hex_a1)
	(soup_auth_digest_compute_response): cast the second arg to
	g_checksum_update to (guchar *) to avoid warnings

2008-01-16  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_status_line): Deal
	with Shoutcast servers, which return "ICY 200 OK", but are
	otherwise straight HTTP/1.0. #502325, Wouter Cloetens.

	* tests/header-parsing.c (resptests): add a test for it

2008-01-16  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c (authorize_handler, etc): Allow the
	session authenticate signal to be handled asynchronously, by
	pausing the message and then authenticating the auth later.
	(auth_type_compare_func): make this work. oops.
	(extract_challenge): plug leak

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c: Make this work async too.

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_header_parse_list):
	(soup_header_parse_param_list): plug leaks

	* tests/auth-test.c (do_async_auth_test): test async auth

	* docs/reference/client-howto.xml (Handling Authentication):
	mention async auth

2008-01-16  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: Bomb out if glib 2.15.0 isn't found.
	(AM_PATH_GLIB_2_0 doesn't do this itself.)

2008-01-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager-ntlm.c: Replaces SoupConnectionNTLM;
	now works as a SoupSession::request_started watcher.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c: remove the no-longer-needed
	"authenticate" signal

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: Use a SoupAuthManagerNTLM if USE_NTLM is
	set. Remove connection-authenticate-signal references.

2008-01-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* Merge libsoup-2.4 branch to trunk
	
2008-01-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (resolve_status): Fix the logic here

2008-01-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/porting-2.2-2.4.xml: add a few more updates

2008-01-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c: Use GChecksum for MD5

	* libsoup/soup-md5-utils.[ch]: gone

2008-01-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_run_async):
	(soup_server_quit): Don't ref/unref the server here. It doesn't
	match the way other things work. #494128, Mathias Hasselmann.

2008-01-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-address.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.h:
	* libsoup/soup-auth.h:
	* libsoup/soup-logger.h:
	* libsoup/soup-message.h:
	* libsoup/soup-server.h:
	* libsoup/soup-session-async.h:
	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.h:
	* libsoup/soup-session.h:
	* libsoup/soup-socket.h: Add padding for future expansion to class
	structs

2008-01-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: Add more documentation.
	(soup_uri_is_https): gone, replaced by SOUP_URI_SCHEME_HTTP /
	SOUP_URI_SCHEME_HTTPS
	(soup_uri_new): allow passing NULL to get back an "empty" SoupURI.
	(soup_uri_to_string): rename just_path to just_path_and_query, to
	avoid fooling people.
	(soup_uri_decode, soup_uri_normalize): Change these to return the
	decoded/normalized string rather than modifying it in place.
	(soup_uri_set_scheme, etc): provide setters for SoupURI parts.
	(soup_uri_set_query_from_form): set uri->query via
	soup_form_encode_urlencoded().

2008-01-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: require glib 2.15.0, and gio

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_dns_lookup_resolve)
	(soup_dns_lookup_resolve_async): Add GCancellables, and support
	cancellation of DNS lookups.
	(resolve_address, resolve_name): If we get a DNS failure (eg,
	because we're disconnected from the network), don't cache that
	result, just try again next time someone asks. [#508593]

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_resolve_async)
	(soup_address_resolve_sync): Add GCancellables, pass them to
	soup-dns.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_connect_async)
	(soup_socket_connect_sync): Add GCancellables and implement
	cancellation.
	(soup_socket_start_ssl, soup_socket_start_proxy_ssl)
	(soup_socket_read, soup_socket_read_until, soup_socket_write): add
	GCancellables, though these routines don't actually implement
	cancellation yet.
	(soup_socket_disconnect): Don't close() the socket if someone is
	doing I/O on it, as that creates a race condition. (The fd number
	might be quickly recycled.) Instead, keep the socket open but
	dead, via shutdown().

2008-01-14  Benjamin Otte  <otte@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: (soup_socket_class_init): clarify docs for
	new-connection signal.

2008-01-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/test-utils.c: renamed from apache-wrappers and expanded.
	(test_init): do option parsing and general setup
	(test_cleanup): print error count and do cleanup
	(debug_printf): define here rather than in each test, and rename
	from dprintf [#501631]
	(soup_test_server_new): create a SoupServer, optionally in its own
	thread, and clean it up when exiting.
	(soup_test_session_new): create a SoupSession, optionally with
	an attached SoupLogger (if requested via command line)
	
	* tests/*.c: use test-utils

2008-01-13  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-logger.c: New HTTP debug logging object. (Based on
	E2K_DEBUG and its clones.)

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_class_init)
	(soup_message_add_header_handler)
	(soup_message_add_status_code_handler): Change things around a
	little; remove the "requeuing or cancelling the message stops
	signal emission" rule, and instead make that be a feature of just
	the header and status code handlers. (Makes the basic signal
	handlers behave more predictably.)

2008-01-11  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.c (soup_auth_domain_set_filter):
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.c
	(soup_auth_domain_basic_set_auth_callback):
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.c
	(soup_auth_domain_digest_set_auth_callback):
	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_cleanup_response)
	(soup_message_set_flags, soup_message_set_http_version)
	(soup_message_set_uri, soup_message_set_status)
	(soup_message_set_status_full): 
	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (parse_response_headers): 
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers):
	Call g_object_notify() when changing properties.	

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_class_init): bump the
	default value of SOUP_SESSION_MAX_CONNS_PER_HOST down to 2, per
	RFC 2616.

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_buffer_copy): When copying a
	TEMPORARY buffer, keep a reference to the copy, so that a second
	copy will get that same buffer, rather than actually copying it
	again.

	* libsoup/soup-types.h: remove SoupMessageFilter, which doesn't
	exist any more

2008-01-07  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_class_init): Change
	request_started signal to have a SoupSocket as its last parameter.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Fix request_* signals to all be (server,
	msg, client) rather than (server, client, msg).

2008-01-07  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* docs/reference/porting-2.2-2.4.xml: Notes on porting from 2.2 to
	2.4

2008-01-07  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/*.c: Move gtk-doc stuff from docs/reference/tmpl/ to the
	C files themselves. Some updates.

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am: fix (kludge?) this up to not require
	tmpl/ to exist

	* docs/reference/client-howto.xml: 
	* docs/reference/server-howto.xml: update

2008-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c:
	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.c: For the second time, remove SOAP
	support from libsoup... These APIs are not really all that helpful
	in the grand scheme of SOAPiness, and are only used by the
	Evolution GroupWise backend, which can just import this code and
	integrate it better there.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_xml_real_node): 
	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.c: Move soup_xml_real_node out of soup-misc
	to soup-xmlrpc, and make it private. libxml is no longer exposed
	in the public API.

2008-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_new_from_now): new method to
	generate a date relative to now.
	(soup_date_new, etc): document SoupDate methods

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (got_headers): set Date header, as
	required by RFC 2616

2008-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (got_headers): if raw_paths isn't set,
	decode the request's uri->path before doing anything else
	(soup_server_class_init): add "raw-paths" property, to tell
	SoupServer to NOT decode the Request-URI path.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.c (soup_auth_domain_covers): Revert
	earlier path-decoding change; that happens at the SoupServer level
	now.

2008-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_buffer_get_type): Register
	SoupBuffer as a boxed type.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_class_init): Use
	SOUP_TYPE_BUFFER in got_chunk signal definition

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_client_context_get_type): Register
	SoupClientContext as a pointer type
	(soup_server_class_init): use SOUP_TYPE_CLIENT_CONTEXT in signal
	definitions.

	* libsoup/soup-marshal.list: clean this up

2008-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (SoupClientContext): Make this opaque.
	(soup_client_context_get_socket)
	(soup_client_context_get_auth_domain)
	(soup_client_context_get_auth_user): New accessors
	(soup_server_class_init): Make the signals take a
	SoupClientContext rather than a SoupSocket.
	(start_request, check_auth, call_handler, request_finished): Clean
	these up by using a SoupClientContext to communicate between them.
	(soup_server_add_handler): tweak the argument order to match the
	gtk standard (callback, user_data, destroynotify).

2008-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: remove the "dns_result" signal, which
	was just an implementation detail of soup_address_resolve_async().

2008-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/*.c: misc documentation updates/gtk-doc fixes

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: finally start documenting this properly.

	* libsoup/soup-status.h (SoupStatusClass): kill this, since
	soup_message_add_status_class_handler() is gone now.

	* libsoup/soup-status.c (soup_status_get_phrase): Update docs to
	explain that you probably don't want to use this.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.h (SOUP_SSL_ERROR, SoupSSLError): Move these
	here, since soup-ssl.h isn't installed.

	* docs/references: start updating this...

2008-01-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_buffer_new)
	(soup_message_body_append): Reorder the arguments to match
	soup_message_set_request/response, so it's not confusing.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (wrote_chunk): remove the "chunk" arg
	from the signal, as it turns out to be *in*convenient, since most
	callers use this signal to mean "need another chunk", so they want
	it to have the same prototype as "wrote_headers", which means
	"need first chunk".

2008-01-04  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.c: add documentation
	(soup_auth_domain_set_filter): take a GDestroyNotify, for better
	bindability

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.c:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.c: Add documentation. Replace
	authentication signals with more-easily-bindable authentication
	callbacks (with GDestroyNotifys).
	(soup_auth_domain_digest_evil_check_password): Add this for the
	benefit of code that depends on being able to do the equivalent
	of the old soup_server_auth_check_passwd().

2008-01-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.h (SoupMessageBody): add data and
	length parameters like SoupBuffer, to make this easier for callers
	to use.

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_message_body_append)
	(soup_message_body_append_buffer)
	(soup_message_body_truncate): Update body->length
	(soup_message_body_flatten): Fill in body->data (and NUL-terminate
	it as an added bonus).

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (got_body): flatten the newly-gotten
	body.
	(soup_message_get_request, soup_message_get_response): gone
	
	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers): 
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (get_response_headers): 
	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (soup_soap_message_parse_response):
	* tests/*.c: simplify

2008-01-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (soup_headers): oops, move soup-auth.h here

2008-01-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-form.c: new HTML-form-related methods (just URI
	decoding/encoding at the moment).

	* libsoup/soup-server.h (SoupServerCallback): change the prototype
	to include the decoded path and query rather than the undecoded
	URI.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (call_handler): %-decode the URI path
	before looking up a handler. Decode query if available. Pass path
	and query to the callback.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.c (soup_auth_domain_covers): fix this
	to %-decode the URI path before testing it

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_message_body_append): allow
	0-length appends

	* tests/query-test.c: URI query parsing test

2008-01-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c:
	* libsoup/soup-uri.h: Change all the "const SoupURI *" to just
	"SoupURI *", since the const is just there to be annoying.

	* */*.c: update

2008-01-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (soup_message_body_get_length)
	(soup_message_body_get_chunk): Use goffset rather than gsize for
	references to the entire size of the message body. (SoupBuffer
	still uses gsize, so individual chunks can only be G_MAXSIZE
	long.)
	
	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c
	(soup_message_headers_get_content_length):
	(soup_message_headers_set_content_length): Likewise, use goffset.

2008-01-02  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c (soup_message_headers_get):
	Renamed from soup_message_headers_find, and with new behavior; now
	multiple headers with the same name are automatically merged
	together into a single comma-separated value, to ensure that apps
	treat multivalued headers the same regardless of how upstream
	servers generate them.
	(soup_message_headers_find_nth): no longer needed/wanted

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c: Update to deal with
	SoupMessageHeaders change. (Ugh.)

	* tests/header-parsing.c: Update multiple-values test, and undo a
	change that mistakenly got committed while debugging something
	earlier.

2008-01-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c:
	* libsoup/soup-dns.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-message.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-message-queue.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-misc.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-path-map.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-server.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-session.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Use g_slice.

2008-01-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_cancel_message): add a
	"status_code" argument rather than having the caller set the
	status code separately, to prevent a race condition.

2008-01-01  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_queue_message): change the
	callback type to include the SoupSession as a parameter as well.

	* *.c: update

2007-12-31  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_class_init): change
	the "authenticate" signal to include a SoupAuth rather than its
	components, and to have a "retrying" parameter rather than
	separating "authenticate" and "reauthenticate".

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_class_init): Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c (authenticate_auth): update

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c: make various attributes into gobject
	properties.
	(soup_auth_is_for_proxy): check whether an auth is plain or proxy
	(soup_auth_get_host): get the hostname associated with an auth

	* libsoup/soup-auth-ntlm.c: dummy class used by SoupConnectionNTLM
	in the authenticate signal

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_pre): update for
	authenticate signals changes; use a fake SoupAuthNTLM to assist.

2007-12-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_add_header_handler)
	(soup_message_add_status_code_handler): Make these be wrappers
	around g_signal_connect() rather than having a completely separate
	system.
	(soup_message_class_init): improve signal docs. Use
	"got_foo_signal_wrapper" to wrap the got-foo signals.
	(got_foo_signal_wrapper): Wraps the marshaller for the got-foo
	signals and cancels the signal emission if the message gets
	cancelled or requeued.
	(got_informational, got_headers, got_chunk, got_body): remove
	no-longer-needed default implementations.

	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c: gone

	* tests/ntlm-test.c (do_message): Simplify now that callback
	processing doesn't happen in two separate phases.

2007-12-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain.c:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-basic.c:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-domain-digest.c: New server-side auth system.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: remove SoupServerAuth / SoupAuthContext
	stuff, add SoupAuthDomain support.
	(SoupServerCallbackFn): improve the args here
	(SoupClientContext): renamed from SoupServerContext and made less
	redundant

	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c: gone!

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (soup_auth_digest_parse_algorithm)
	(soup_auth_digest_get_algorithm, soup_auth_digest_parse_qop)
	(soup_auth_digest_get_qop, soup_auth_digest_compute_hex_urp)
	(soup_auth_digest_compute_hex_a1)
	(soup_auth_digest_compute_response): New routines shared between
	client-side and server-side digest auth.

	* tests/server-auth-test.c: test server-side auth, using curl for
	the client side

	* configure.in: check for curl, for server-auth-test

2007-12-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_header_parse_list)
	(soup_header_parse_quality_list): New methods to parse list-type
	headers (with optional qvalues) correctly.
	(soup_header_parse_param_list): Rename to match the other methods,
	and update the semantics a bit.
	(soup_header_contains): Correctly check for a token in a list

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_is_keepalive):
	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers):
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers): Use
	soup_header_contains() with Connection headers.

	* tests/header-parsing.c (do_qvalue_tests): add
	soup_header_parse_quality_list() test

2007-12-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth-manager.c: Move auth-related code from
	SoupSession and SoupAuth here, and make various cleanups and
	beginnings of cleanups.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: lots of stuff moved to
	soup-auth-manager.c

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_new_from_headers): partly moved
	to soup-auth-manager.c, partly renamed to soup_auth_new().
	(soup_auth_update): new method to update an existing auth based on
	a new WWW-Authenticate/Proxy-Authenticate header. Also replaces
	the old "construct" method.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (update): Implement. If the new auth
	has stale=true, don't invalidate the auth, just update the nonce.
	(get_authorization): add a header handler to the message to catch
	Authentication-Info/Proxy-Authentication-Info headers so that if
	there's a nextnonce, we can start using it. #471380.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-basic.c (update): Implement. (Updating an
	existing Basic auth always invalidates it.)

	* tests/http.conf.in:
	* tests/auth-test.c: add a test for digest nonce handling

2007-12-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-path-map.c: New type representing a sparse
	path->something mapping

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Use SoupPathMap to record handlers. Make
	SoupServerHandler a private type.
	(soup_server_new): Rewrite this to just be a thin wrapper, and put
	all of the code into a constructor override. #491653
	(soup_server_add_handler): Turn the "unregister" arg into a
	GDestroyNotify, for better bindability.

2007-12-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: define new request_started, request_read,
	request_finished, and request_aborted signals, for finer-grained
	tracking than normal handlers allow.
	(check_auth): split this out of call_handler, and run it
	immediately after "got_headers", not "got_body", so that we can
	preemptively reject "Expect: 100-continue" messages that will
	require auth.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_write, io_read): Fix up
	100-continue processing

	* tests/continue-test.c: new test of client/server 100-continue
	processing

2007-12-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Cleanup. Remove the "connect_result"
	signal. Make local_address and remote_address
	into (construct-only) properties.
	(soup_socket_connect_async, soup_socket_connect_sync): Replace
	soup_socket_connect. _async takes a callback+user_data (like the
	old soup_socket_client_new_async), but doesn't implement the
	callback in terms of a connect_result signal.
	(soup_socket_client_new_async, soup_socket_client_new_sync): Gone.
	(Unused since the async_context addition anyway). Replaced by the
	new construct properties and connect methods.
	(soup_socket_read, soup_socket_read_until, soup_socket_write):
	Make these actually take a GError rather than doing an ugly hack
	to preserve the old API.
	(SOUP_SOCKET_FLAG_NODELAY, SOUP_SOCKET_FLAG_REUSEADDR)
	(SOUP_SOCKET_FLAG_CLOEXEC): kill these off (all three are always
	TRUE now); SoupSocket is libsoup's socket API; it's not
	necessarily intended to be generically useful for everyone.

	* *.c: Update for SoupSocket changes

2007-12-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: Kill!

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers):
	Generate the full request URL from the socket's data, since we no
	longer have soup_server_message_get_server().

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (request_finished, call_handler)
	(start_request, new_connection): update

2007-12-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c: Add some more fields to
	SoupMessageHeaders, and start caching the parsed values of certain
	important headers.
	(soup_message_headers_get/set_encoding): replaces old SoupMessage
	methods, and only deals with the declared transfer encoding, not
	the wire encoding.
	(soup_message_headers_get/set_content_length): Handle
	Content-Length.
	(soup_message_headers_get_expectations): Handle Expect. (Replaces
	the SOUP_MESSAGE_EXPECT_CONTINUE flag).

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_get_request_encoding):
	(soup_message_get_response_encoding):
	(soup_message_set_response_encoding): replaced by
	SoupMessageHeaders methods.

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c:
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c:
	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c: Update for SoupMessageHeaders changes
	with encoding/content-length stuff.

2007-12-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-body.c (SoupMessageBody): new opaque type
	for request/response bodies allowing less hacky handling of
	chunked encoding.
	(SoupBuffer): refcounted buffer type

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupMessage): turn request and response
	members into SoupMessageBody.
	(SoupOwnership, SoupDataBuffer): gone, replaced by
	SoupMessageBody/SoupBuffer.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_wrote_chunk)
	(soup_message_got_chunk): add the chunk as a signal param rather
	than having it be visible in msg->request/response.
	(soup_message_add_chunk, soup_message_add_final_chunk)
	(soup_message_pop_chunk): replaced by SoupMessageBody methods now.

2007-12-19  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.c:
	* libsoup/soup-value-utils.c: Oops. Change the API a bunch so this
	works on x86; apparently I was doing illegal things with va_lists
	before that only work on x86_64.

2007-12-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: use GObject properties for SoupMessage
	fields.

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c: update for that

2007-12-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: Rename from SoupUri to SoupURI. Use the
	slice allocator and register as a boxed type.
	(SoupURI): Rename "protocol" field to "scheme" and "passwd" to
	"password". Make scheme an interned string. Replace
	SOUP_PROTOCOL_HTTPS with soup_uri_is_https().

	* *.c: update
	
2007-12-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Use glib-mkenums to build soup-enum-types.c
	and soup-enum-types.h

	* libsoup/soup-address.h (SoupAddressFamily): redo this definition
	again, to make glib-mkenums happy.

2007-12-13  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc.c: New easier-to-use and
	easier-to-do-language-bindings-of XML-RPC code.

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c: gone

	* libsoup/soup-value-utils.c: Utilites for working with
	GValueArray, and GHashTables of GValues, used by soup-xmlrpc.

	* tests/getbug.c: 
	* tests/xmlrpc-test.c: Update to use new XML-RPC stuff

2007-12-13  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c: Make a SoupDate type, and redo in terms of
	that rather than struct tm and time_t. Also be much more liberal
	when parsing.

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c (soup_xmlrpc_message_write_datetime): 
	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c (soup_xmlrpc_value_get_datetime):
	Use SoupDate.

	* tests/date.c: Use SoupDate, test parsing lots more formats

	* tests/xmlrpc-test.c: update for SoupDate

2007-12-12  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h: Remove SoupMessageStatus,
	msg->status, and soup_message_io_* from the public API, as they
	all really belong to the session, not the message. (For now
	they've just been moved to soup-message-private.h, but some day
	they'll be fully refactored away from SoupMessage.)

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_pause_message)
	(soup_server_unpause_message): 
	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_pause_message)
	(soup_session_unpause_message): session/server-level methods to
	replace soup_message_io_pause() and soup_message_io_unpause().

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: Remove some unused methods

	* */*.c: Update

2007-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c:
	* libsoup/soup-session.c: replace message filters with a
	"request_started" signal

	* libsoup/soup-message-filter.c: gone

	* libsoup/soup-types.h (SOUP_MAKE_INTERFACE): no longer needed

2007-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: Update for RFC 3986 changes, bgo 266516, and
	general conformance
	(soup_uri_get_protocol): match protocols case-insensitively
	(soup_uri_new_with_base): Don't fully %-decode the fragment,
	query, and path, but do %-decode anything which isn't supposed to
	be encoded. Recognize IPv6 address literals. Use stricter
	"../"-stripping rules on the path. Reject URIs with junk between
	the port number and the path.
	(soup_uri_to_string): Update for the fact that the host might be
	an IPv6 literal, and for the fact that path, query, and fragment
	are now pre-escaped.
	(soup_uri_equal): compare hostnames case-insensitively
	(uri_encoded_char): update to match RFC 3986
	(append_uri_encoded): use uppercase hex letters as recommended by
	RFC 3986.
	(soup_uri_normalize): decode only %-escapes that don't belong
	there.

	* docs/reference/tmpl/soup-uri.sgml: add some more SoupUri docs

	* tests/uri-parsing.c: Add new tests from RFC 3986, RFC 2732, RFC
	2616, bgo 266516, and elsewhere. Update some tests to match new
	parsing/unparsing rules.

2007-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_new)
	(soup_message_new_from_uri): g_intern_string() the method name
	rather than assuming it's static. Also remove the NULL==GET
	assumption.

	* libsoup/soup-method.c:
	* libsoup/soup-method.h: remove the SOUP_METHOD_ID_* macros, and
	have the SOUP_METHOD_* macros return interned strings

	* libsoup/soup-server.h (SoupServerContext): remove method_id
	field.

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c (finalize): no longer needed,
	since smsg->method is now an interned string just like with a
	normal SoupMessage.

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (soup_soap_message_new_from_uri):
	remove NULL==GET assumption

	* *.c: update

2007-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupHTTPVersion): rename (from
	SoupHttpVersion)

	* libsoup/soup-message-headers.c: New opaque type representing
	message headers, and new methods that work on it. Uses an array
	rather than a hash table, to preserve header ordering as required
	by RFC 2616. (Also fixes the API wart that
	"soup_message_get_header", etc, did not actually take a
	SoupMessage.)

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Kill off old header-manipulating
	methods.

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_request): return a
	guint rather than gboolean, so we can properly return
	SOUP_STATUS_HTTP_VERSION_NOT_SUPPORTED where appropriate. Also fix
	up HTTP-Version parsing to conform with the RFC.
	(soup_headers_parse_status_line): Likewise update HTTP-Version
	parsing.
	
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers): set
	return status appropriately on parse errors

	* tests/header-parsing.c: update / add more tests

	* *.c: update

2007-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c: remove deprecated base64 methods

	* tests/auth-test.c (identify_auth): oops, update to use
	g_base64_decode.

2007-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoupinclude_HEADERS): remove
	soup-connection.h and soup-message-queue.h

	* libsoup/soup-types.h: remove SoupConnection and SoupMessageQueue
	which are no longer public

	* libsoup/soup.h: sync this to reality for the first time in years

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_get_queue): Add this, for
	subclasses, as the queue is no longer a public part of the session
	struct.

	* libsoup/soup-message.h:
	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h: Move soup_message_send_request()
	and soup_message_receive_request() to soup-message-private.h,
	remove soup_message_send_request_internal().

	* libsoup/soup-session-private.h: Move "protected" SoupSession
	methods (soup_session_get_connection,
	soup_session_try_prune_connection) here from soup-session.h
	Add soup_session_get_queue.

2007-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: bump version to 2.3.0 and SOUP_API_VERSION to 2.4,
	and drop AGE/CURRENT/REVISION all to 0.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Rename library to libsoup-2.4.la

	(start of libsoup-2.4 branch)

2007-11-26  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.2.104

	* NEWS: update

2007-11-21  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_cleanup): make this
	non-static.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (finalize): Use soup_message_io_cleanup()
	rather than soup_message_io_stop(), to avoid leaks when finalizing
	an unfinished message. (Another part of #498509, Wouter Cloetens.)

2007-11-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Fix up SOUP_SESSION_ASYNC_CONTEXT. #498509, Wouter Cloetens

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_unpause): don't leak
	the async_context

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_quit): disconnect the
	"new_connection" handler.
	(soup_server_get_async_context): Convenience method to return the
	server's async_context.

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: don't circularly ref the server,
	there's no need anyway.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_get_async_context):
	Convenience method to return the session's async_context.

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (queue_message): call run_queue in
	the session's async_context, not the main context.
	(send_message): don't leak the async_context

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (queue_message_thread): don't leak
	the async_context

	* tests/context-test.c: test that SOUP_SESSION_ASYNC_CONTEXT works
	and doesn't leak

2007-11-20  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_connect_async): don't
	leak the SoupAddress.

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_dns_lookup_resolve_async): fix a leak
	when re-looking up an address

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_abort): close all
	connections in addition to cancelling messages (needed because
	connections currently end up holding a ref on their session,
	preventing them from being destroyed).

	* tests/auth-test.c:
	* tests/ntlm-test.c:
	* tests/proxy-test.c:
	* tests/pull-api.c:
	* tests/ssl-test.c:
	* tests/xmlrpc-test.c: clean up more memory on exit, to help find
	leaks in the library

	* tests/libsoup.supp: add a zillion new suppressions so we
	can use --leak-resolution=med

2007-11-16  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (read_body_chunk): Fix the guards
	around the got_chunk emission so that it doesn't get messed up if
	you pause the I/O from the got_chunk handler. (#452280, Marco
	Barisione).
	(soup_message_io_pause, soup_message_io_unpause): Update docs
	again; these are now allowed with client-side I/O as well. Fix
	unpause() to unpause asynchronously on async sockets.
	
	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (send_message): Iterate session's
	async_context, not the default main context.

	* tests/pull-api.c: Test/sample of creating a pull-style API using
	SoupSessionAsync.

	* tests/index.txt: new file to act as DirectoryIndex for the
	tests. (In particular, pull-api wants this to be largeish.)

2007-10-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.2.103

	* NEWS: update

2007-10-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (start_request, request_finished): ref the
	socket around the processing of the message, since otherwise it
	might already be freed when request_finished runs. #459896.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_pause)
	(soup_message_io_unpause): Clarify the docs here; this is for
	server-side use only. Inspired by #452280.

	* docs/reference/server-howto.xml: You need to watch the
	"finished" signal on the message if using soup_message_io_pause()
	or chunked encoding, because the client might disconnect while
	you're paused. Clarification inspired by #471385.

	* tests/simple-proxy.c (client_msg_failed): Fix this to DTRT since
	server-howto.xml points to it as an example of what to do.

2007-10-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (finalize): free proxy-related stuff

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (idle_run_queue): clean up the weak
	pointer. (From the dev repo, but identical to a patch from Rob
	Bradford in #484988.)

	* tests/*.c: fix leaks

2007-10-28  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* tests/auth-test.c:
	* tests/date.c:
	* tests/header-parsing.c:
	* tests/ntlm-test.c:
	* tests/proxy-test.c:
	* tests/uri-parsing.c:
	* tests/xmlrpc-test.c: Make these less verbose by default (to make
	it easier to see what failed when a "make check" fails).

2007-10-15  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.2.102

	* NEWS: update

2007-10-08  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-nossl.c: Update for current soup-ssl.h prototypes

	* tests/proxy-test.c (run_test): wrap https tests in #if HAVE_SSL

2007-10-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* configure.in: 2.2.101

	* NEWS: update

	* tests/httpd.conf.in: 
	* tests/Makefile.am: 
	* tests/ssl-test.c: srcdir != builddir fixes

2007-10-05  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_pre): Don't crash
	if the authenticate callback returns a username and no password
	(even though it's not supposed to do that). #480987

2007-09-24  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-auth.h (SoupAuth): add "realm" field to the struct.
	(SoupAuthClass) remove "get_realm" virtual method.

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_new_from_header_list): Parse the
	WWW-Authenticate/Proxy-Authenticate header here, set realm, and
	pass the params hash to the construct method.
	(soup_auth_get_info): Return an identifier for the auth:
	"SCHEME:REALM"

	* libsoup/soup-auth-basic.c:
	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c: update

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (invalidate_auth, update_auth_internal):
	use soup_auth_get_info().

2007-09-24  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_parse): minor rfc850-date parsing
	improvement suggested by RFC2616 19.3.

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_request): allow
	erroneous trailing whitespace after HTTP version. #475169

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers): fix
	the parsing of the Host header to assume it already includes the
	port (which it should; the only reason this ever worked is because
	SoupUri ignores the second port number when parse_request_headers
	generates a URL like "http://localhost:9999:9999/").

	* tests/header-parsing.c (reqtests): add a test for #475169

2007-09-23  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_class_init): remove a
	mysterious partial sentence in the ::wrote-chunk docstring.
	#458116

	* docs/reference/libsoup-sections.txt: Remove documentation of MD5
	methods, which are not public. #440092

2007-09-23  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_set_auth)
	(soup_message_set_proxy_auth): Only remove the Authorization /
	Proxy-Authorization header from the message if it was previously
	set by soup_message_set_auth(). (Eg, not if it was added by
	SoupConnectionNTLM.) #471389

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.h: fix a search-and-replace-o

	* tests/ntlm-test.c: Simple NTLM regression test; doesn't really
	test the crypto/encoding bits, just that the right headers are
	being sent at the right times.

2007-09-14  Dan Winship  <danw@gnome.org>

	Make "make check" pass on Fedora 7:

	* configure.in: update apache/php tests with additional filenames

	* tests/httpd.conf.in: updates for configure.in changes and
	slightly-more-recent apache

	* tests/ssl-test.c (start_writing): fix uninitialized struct field
	(main): start server after setting up client since otherwise
	there's a race condition since soup_gnutls_init() isn't actually
	thread-safe. (FIXME)

	* tests/xmlrpc-server.php: rewrite to not use $HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA
	(which only exists if register_globals is set)

2007-06-01  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-filter.h (SOUP_IS_MESSAGE_FILTER_CLASS):
	fix. noted by "cascardo" on libsoup-list.

2007-05-16  Jonathon Jongsma  <jjongsma@gnome.org>

	* libsoup/*.h: add G_BEGIN_DECLS / G_END_DECLS to all installed
	headers so that libsoup can be used from C++ programs. #438776

2007-04-16  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.h: Make a real SoupSSLCredentials type rather
	than just using gpointer

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (SoupServerPrivate): use it

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (SoupSessionPrivate): use it

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: Use it, and consistently use "creds"
	rather than "cred" as the abbreviation for "credentials".

	* docs/reference/libsoup-sections.txt:
	* docs/reference/tmpl/soup-misc.sgml: 
	* docs/reference/tmpl/soup-ssl.sgml: update
	
2007-03-29  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (queue_message): Implement this by
	sending the message (synchronously) in another thread and then
	queueing the callback back in the main thread.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_queue_message): update docs
	to be more explicit about what thread the callback occurs in

2007-03-17  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_set_auth)
	(soup_message_get_auth, soup_message_set_proxy_auth)
	(soup_message_get_proxy_auth): get/set auth/proxy_auth info for a
	message.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (add_auth): Use soup_message_set_auth and
	soup_message_set_proxy_auth.
	(update_auth_internal): Call soup_message_get_auth or
	soup_message_get_proxy_auth to determine the message's prior auth,
	rather than calling lookup_auth() again, since it isn't guaranteed
	to return the same thing now as it did when the message was
	originally sent. Fixes erroneous 401s when queuing multiple
	messages at once to an as-yet-unauthenticated-to server. #271540

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (queue_message): don't run the
	queue right away, do it at idle time. Otherwise in some cases
	(especially errors), the message callbacks could be invoked before
	queue_message returns.

	* tests/auth-test.c: add a regression test for #271540.

2007-03-17  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: require glib 2.12. check for timegm().

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_mktime_utc): Use timegm if available.
	(soup_date_iso8601_parse): use g_time_val_from_iso8601. #337010,
	patch from Emmanuele Bassi.

	* libsoup/soup-types.h: remove local copy of
	G_GNUC_NULL_TERMINATED since we now depend on a new-enough copy of
	glib.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_base64_encode_close)
	(soup_base64_encode_step, soup_base64_encode)
	(soup_base64_decode_step): Make these just be wrappers around the
	glib base64 methods. (For now; eventually they'll just go away.)

	* libsoup/soup-auth-basic.c (authenticate): 
	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (authenticate):
	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (soup_ntlm_parse_challenge)
	(soup_ntlm_response): 
	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c (soup_server_auth_new): 
	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (soup_soap_message_write_base64): 
	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c
	(soup_xmlrpc_message_write_base64): 
	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c (soup_xmlrpc_value_get_base64):
	Use glib base64 methods

2007-03-16  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_get_response_encoding):
	update the handling of CONNECT: it has no response body by
	default, but does have a body if its headers say so.

	* tests/proxy-test.c: test libsoup's behavior when talking to
	proxies.

	* tests/httpd.conf.in: Load mod_proxy and mod_ssl, and add
	sections configuring them, for proxy-test

	* configure.in: update the apache-module-dir-finding code to deal
	with the fact that some modules (eg, mod_ssl) might only be in the
	mpm-specific module dir, while others (eg, mod_php5) might only be
	in the generic module dir.

2007-03-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* tests/Makefile.am (INCLUDES): add $(LIBGNUTLS_CFLAGS) for
	ssl-test. #417617, patch from Elijah Newren.

2007-03-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (wait_for_connection): if
	soup_connection_connect_sync() returns SOUP_STATUS_TRY_AGAIN, then
	try again. (Duh.) Fixes SSL-via-proxy-when-using-synchronous-I/O-
	where-the-proxy-closes-the-connection-when-returning-407. (Reported
	by Varadhan.)

	* tests/get.c: Rewrite to use soup_session_send_message rather
	than soup_session_queue_message, and add a "-s" flag to use
	SoupSessionSync rather than SoupSessionAsync (so we can test bugs
	in the sync code paths).

2007-03-08  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (do_handshake): don't return
	G_IO_STATUS_AGAIN if we're doing blocking I/O; just keep retrying
	until the handshake is complete.
	(soup_gnutls_read, soup_gnutls_write): if we get
	GNUTLS_E_REHANDSHAKE, call do_handshake() immediately rather than
	returning G_IO_STATUS_AGAIN; if the socket is blocking then
	G_IO_STATUS_AGAIN is wrong, and if the socket is non-blocking, we
	might already need to return SOUP_SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_NEEDS_WRITE
	or SOUP_SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_NEEDS_READ.

	#415402, based on a patch from Jacob Berkman.

	* tests/ssl-test.c: basic ssl test. In particular, tests that
	rehandshake requests are handled correctly during both synchronous
	and asynchronous I/O. Might eventually test other stuff too...

	* configure.in: 
	* tests/Makefile.am: updates for ssl-test

2007-02-19  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Get gcrypt libs/cflags.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (INCLUDES, libsoup_2_2_la_LIBADD): add
	gcrypt flags. Patch from "Cygwin Ports Maintainer", #384498

2007-02-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.100

2007-02-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_status_line): Fix
	this to handle "\0"-terminated status lines (eg, from WebDAV
	responses), like the docs say it does. #406997
	(soup_headers_parse): Balance that out by rejecting internal "\0"s
	here.
	(soup_headers_parse_request, soup_headers_parse_response): Update
	docs to warn that @dest may be modified even on error. (This was
	always true, it just wasn't documented.)

2007-01-16  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* tests/header-parsing.c (do_request_tests, do_response_tests):
	initialize "errors" to 0. duh. Pointed out by Michael Wolf.

2007-01-08  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.99

	* NEWS: update

2007-01-06  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse): Rewrite this to be
	easier to understand and more correct, and make the "str" param
	const rather than overwriting it during parsing.
	(soup_headers_parse_request, soup_headers_parse_response):
	Likewise, make "str" param const. Fix the doc comment to describe
	the correct constraint on str. Make the parsing slightly more
	lenient as per sections 4.1 and 19.3 of RFC 2616.

	* tests/header-parsing.c: new regression test, for Request-Line,
	Status-Line, and message-header parsing.

	Inspired by #391970 (crash in SoupServer when certain invalid
	requests are received).

2006-12-05  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_set_uri): Remove the calls
	to soup_message_io_stop() here; the corresponding calls were
	needed back in the SoupContext days, but they are wrong now and
	cause async-redirects-to-other-hosts to fail. #382251. Also
	clarify docs with respect to soup_session_requeue_message().

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_stop): Clarify docs

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (finalize): Free ssl_creds. Pointed out
	by Chris Austin.

2006-11-20  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.98

	* NEWS: update

2006-11-20  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	Patch from Andrew W. Nosenko:

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (parse_response_headers): Avoid
	memory leak when parse_response_headers() is called on a message
	that has a 'reason_phrase' already for some reason.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_free): Avoid memory leak:
	hostname was not freed.
	(soup_ssl_wrap_iochannel): Avoid memory leak: SoupGNUTLSChannel
	'chan' was not freed in case of initialization error. Avoid double
	close of the "real" (plain, non-ssl) channel FD.
	
	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_start_proxy_ssl): Avoid
	memory leak: the "real" (plain, non-ssl) GIOChannel was never
	"finally" unreffed (one more *_ref() than *_unref()) in case of
	ssl-wrapping.

2006-11-20  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (send_request): 
	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (queue_message): 
	* libsoup/soup-status.c (reason_phrases): Add some missing
	"static"s. Patch from Matthias Clasen, #376387

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c (soup_xmlrpc_value_get_type)
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_get_string): <value>foo</value> should mean the
	same thing as <value><string>foo</string></value>. Pointed out by
	Todd Kulesza. #364490

2006-11-06  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Bump version to 2.2.97. Bump AGE and CURRENT for
	addition of soup_xml_real_node.

	* NEWS: update

2006-11-06  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_xml_real_node): new method to find a
	"real" (ie, not comment or whitespace) xml node

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.c (parse_parameters) 
	(soup_soap_response_from_string) 
	(soup_soap_parameter_get_first_child) 
	(soup_soap_parameter_get_next_child): Use soup_xml_real_node.
	Based on a patch from Andrew W. Nosenko.

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c (soup_xmlrpc_message_from_string):
	don't call xmlKeepBlanksDefault, which changes libxml's behavior
	globally! Instead, use soup_xml_real_node() when traversing the
	xml tree.

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c
	(soup_xmlrpc_response_from_string): don't call
	xmlKeepBlanksDefault.
	(exactly_one_child): rewrite in terms of soup_xml_real_node()
	(which means it handles comments now as well)
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_get_struct)
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_array_get_iterator)
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_array_iterator_prev)
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_array_iterator_next): Use soup_xml_real_node.

2006-11-05  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_request): document
	this (in particular, point out that str+len must point to exactly
	the right place). Allow req_method and req_path to be NULL.
	(soup_headers_parse_status_line, soup_headers_parse_response):
	document. Also, change "status_phrase" argument to "reason_phrase"
	to match the spec. Inspired by #339889.

2006-11-03  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/*.c: fix lots of warnings. Partially from patches from
	Andrew W. Nosenko, and also some fixes from libsoup-pre214-branch.
	
2006-11-03  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* Makefile.am (uninstall-local): uninstall the pkgconfig file.
	Based on #356809 from Matthew Barnes.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (get_property): Fix leaks pointed out by
	Paolo Borelli. #351500

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_get_protocol): Fix an off by one
	pointed out by Andrew W. Nosenko.

	* configure.in: Use pkgconfig to find gnutls. Remove old static
	linking stuff that was only needed for rcd.

	* acinclude.m4: remove gnutls stuff

	* libsoup.pc.in: Use Requires rather than putting xml/ssl
	dependencies directly into Libs/Cflags. From Mikhail Zabaluev.
	#343340.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoup_2_2_la_LDFLAGS): fix build on
	cygwin. From "Cygwin Ports maintainer", #321827.

2006-07-24  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.96. bump AGE and CURRENT for new API

	* NEWS: update

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c (soup_xmlrpc_message_from_string):
	New, from Fernando Herrera, bug 348532.

2006-07-21  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_new_from_header_list): if the
	constructed auth doesn't have a realm, it's invalid, as per RFC
	2617. Based on a patch from Nate Nielsen on libsoup-list.
	(soup_auth_get_realm): remove "if available" from docs; all auths
	always have a realm.

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (get_response_headers): If the
	server handler set a Content-Length header on the message, don't
	add a second one. (Preserves compatibility with an old hacky way
	that people might have been handling HEAD from SoupServer.)

	* README: update to mention mailing list and bugzilla

	* HACKING: kill this since there's nothing here that isn't either
	obvious, or redundant with the README

2006-07-21  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c (soup_server_message_init):
	initialize encoding to SOUP_TRANSFER_CONTENT_LENGTH rather than
	SOUP_TRANSFER_UNKNOWN, since SOUP_TRANSFER_UNKNOWN has never
	actually worked here, and so there was an undocumented requirement
	that you manually set the encoding on every response
	(which SoupServer itself was not doing on internal errors).
	Problem pointed out by Dennis Jacobfeuerborn on libsoup-list.
	(soup_server_message_set_encoding): reject the new
	SoupTransferEncoding values, for compatibility

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupTransferEncoding): Clarify that
	SOUP_TRANSFER_UNKNOWN is essentially an error value, since in the
	public API, it always has been, due to bugs. Add some new values,
	currently just for internal use: SOUP_TRANSFER_NONE (for cases
	like HEAD which never have a body), SOUP_TRANSFER_EOF (to replace
	SOUP_TRANSFER_UNKNOWN), and SOUP_TRANSFER_BYTERANGES (which isn't
	actually implemented yet).

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_get_request_encoding,
	soup_message_get_response_encoding): figure out the body encoding
	being used by the request/response, including all the tricky
	cases like HEAD/1xx/etc.
	(soup_message_is_keepalive): if the response encoding is
	SOUP_TRANSFER_EOF, then the message isn't keepalive.

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (parse_response_headers): use
	soup_message_get_response_encoding.

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers): use
	soup_message_get_request_encoding.
	(get_response_headers): use both soup_server_message_get_encoding
	and soup_message_get_response_encoding, to properly distinguish
	between the wire encoding and the alleged-by-headers encoding
	(which differ for HEAD, etc).

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_error, read_body_chunk):
	s/SOUP_TRANSFER_UNKNOWN/SOUP_TRANSFER_EOF/.
	(io_body_state): if encoding is SOUP_TRANSFER_NONE, jump right to
	SOUP_MESSAGE_IO_STATE_FINISHING.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (request_finished): Check
	soup_socket_is_connected() *before* soup_message_is_keepalive(),
	since the message will be invalid if the client unexpectedly
	dropped the connection.

	* tests/simple-httpd.c (server_callback): handle HEAD requests.
	Remove no-longer-necessary soup_server_message_set_encoding()
	call.

	* tests/get.c: add -d (debug) flag to print headers, and -h flag
	to do a HEAD rather than GET

2006-07-10  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.95.1, and bump SOUP_AGE/SOUP_CURRENT this
	time. Pointed out by Daniel Holbach.
	
2006-07-10  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.95

	* NEWS: update

2006-06-19  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* tests/Makefile.am (noinst_PROGRAMS): don't build xmlrpc-test
	unless we have apache/php/xmlrpc-epi. Fixes the build. #345342

	* configure.in: fix some quoting

2006-06-14  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: add tests for apache mod_php5 and xmlrpc-epi-php

	* tests/xmlrpc-test.c: XML-RPC regression test

	* tests/xmlrpc-server.php: PHP server for xmlrpc-test

	* tests/httpd.conf.in: add php stuff

	* tests/apache-wrapper.c (apache_cleanup): Use "graceful-stop"
	rather than "stop", so that it stops listening on the socket
	before exiting, so that we can immediately start another apache
	(eg, in "make check").

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_mktime_utc): Fix a bug in leap-year
	counting.

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c
	(soup_xmlrpc_message_write_datetime): rename from
	"..._write_time", to make it consistent with the XML-RPC type name
	and the corresponding SoupXmlrpcResponse method. Also, fix it to
	use the same ISO 8601 format as the spec, and use the right value
	for the seconds field.
	(soup_xmlrpc_message_write_base64): Change the buf arg to a
	gconstpointer rather than a const char *.

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c (soup_xmlrpc_value_get_base64):
	Return a GByteArray containing the decoded data, rather than
	the base64-encoded string.
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_dump_internal): Update for that (and don't
	leak it).
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_array_get_iterator,
	soup_xmlrpc_value_array_iterator_get_value): Make these actually
	work.

2006-06-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.94

	* NEWS: update

2006-06-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* docs/reference/client-howto.xml: 
	* docs/reference/server-howto.xml: New client and server API
	tutorials.

	* docs/reference/*: reorganize, regenerate, fill in some missing
	pieces, etc

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_new): document the
	varargs param

	* libsoup/soup-date.h: sync prototypes to declarations for gtk-doc.

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_response): fix typo
	in doc.

2006-06-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c (soup_xmlrpc_value_get_int,
	soup_xmlrpc_value_get_double): Further fixes from Brent Smith.
	#344458.
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_get_boolean): Similar fix, plus actually set
	the output parameter and make the return value match the other
	get_* methods.

2006-06-09  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Add tests for apache, output tests/httpd.conf

	* tests/htdigest: 
	* tests/htpasswd: 
	* tests/httpd.conf.in: Apache 2.2 config files for auth-test

	* tests/apache-wrapper.c (apache_init, apache_cleanup): functions
	to start/stop apache

	* tests/auth-test.c: Use apache-wrapper functions to start a local
	apache process to test authentication against, since the auth-test
	tree at developer.ximian.com went missing a long time ago. #311825

	* tests/Makefile.am (auth_test_SOURCES): use apache-wrapper.c
	(TESTS): include auth-test if HAVE_APACHE.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (lookup_auth): Fix this in the case of a
	URI pointing to a directory rather than a file.

2006-06-08  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c (soup_xmlrpc_value_get_int,
	soup_xmlrpc_value_get_double, soup_xmlrpc_value_get_boolean):
	Check return value of strtol/g_ascii_strtod correctly. #344222,
	patch from Brent Smith.

2006-06-07  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c
	(soup_xmlrpc_response_from_string): record whether or not the
	response was a fault.
	(soup_xmlrpc_response_is_fault): test that. #343973, patch from
	Brent Smith.

2006-05-29  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: 2.2.93

	* NEWS: update

2006-05-29  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (SoupMessageIOState): add a new state
	"FINISHING" which means "done I/O, but not yet done processing and
	cleanup" before "DONE" (which now always means "completely done").
	(soup_message_io_stop): disconnect the socket if the read state is
	"< FINISHING", not "!= DONE".
	(io_error): on an EOF-that-signals-end-of-data, set state to
	FINISHING and run io_read().
	(io_read, io_write): remove the g_return_if_fails from before.
	s/DONE/FINISHING/ in most places. In the FINISHING handler, stop
	listening for the readable/writable signal (eg, so we don't end up
	reading a following pipelined request), and set the state to DONE.
	(soup_message_io_unpause): Only reconnect the readable/writable
	signals if the io state isn't DONE. Guard the calls to
	io_read/io_write better so that it's safe to call this even after
	they are both DONE, since it may be easier for us to test that
	than for the caller to.

	Fixes 334469, 342640, and another bug caused by the earlier
	workaround to 334469. Based on patches and analysis from William
	Jon McCann and Armin Bauer.

	* tests/simple-proxy.c (main): add g_thread_init (NULL) to make
	this work again. (Pointed out by Alex Larsson)

2006-05-26  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: #include <sys/time.h> for struct timeval.
	#342048

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_connect_sync): Start
	SSL after CONNECTing! Doh. Part of bnc #174255.
	(SoupConnectionMode): new enum for the three types of
	SoupConnection (direct, proxy, tunnel).
	(set_property): set priv->mode according to proxy_uri and
	conn_uri.
	(socket_connect_result, soup_connection_connect_sync): use
	priv->mode to decide whether or not to tunnel.
	(send_request): Only pass TRUE for is_proxy to
	soup_message_send_request if mode is PROXY, not if it's TUNNEL.
	(Also part of bnc #174255).

2006-05-26  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_in_progress): tests
	if IO is currently in progress on a message.

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (run_queue): don't process messages
	that are io_in_progress. #342545, fix based on analysis from Wang
	Xin. (In the future we may want to re-fix this by adding a
	REQUEUED message status separate from QUEUED.)

2006-05-22  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (cleanup_hosts): Don't free the hosts
	while holding host_lock; that's not allowed and can cause
	deadlock. #309867. Based on a patch from Veerapuram Varadhan for
	part of bnc #174255.

2006-04-10  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: bump version to 2.2.92

	* NEWS: update

2006-04-10  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_write, io_read): g_return_if_fail
	if these get called after the IO is done. This isn't supposed to
	happen, but apparently does. Workaround for #334469.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (qop_types, algorithm_types):
	NULL-terminate these so we don't crash when trying to parse an
	invalid value. (Flip side of the previous #328615 patch.)

2006-04-02  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c (soup_server_auth_context_challenge):
	Write out correct digest algorithm value. #328615.

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_request): Rewrite
	Request-Line-parsing code to not have a lame max length. #335040.

	* Makefile.am (install-data-local): Install the .pc file mode 644,
	not 755. #330878

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c:
	* libsoup/soup-auth.c:
	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c:
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c:
	* libsoup/soup-message.c:
	* libsoup/soup-method.c:
	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c:
	* tests/get.c: replace locale-ish strcasecmps with
	g_ascii_strcasecmp

	* libsoup/*.c: fix most signed/unsigned mismatch warnings

2006-03-03  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: bump version to 2.2.91.

	* NEWS: Update

2006-03-03  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_dns_lookup_resolve_async): Take a
	GMainContext as well, and update the resolution code to dispatch
	each lookup result in the correct context.

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_resolve_async_full): New
	method that takes a GMainContext to pass to
	soup_dns_lookup_resolve_async.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_connect): Use
	soup_address_resolve_async_full. Fixes a problem reported by Armin
	Bauer.

	* configure.in: update to require glib 2.6, since apparently the
	code does.

2006-02-25  Veerapuram Varadhan <vvaradhan@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c:
	* libsoup/soup-session.c:
	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: add a "timeout" property,
	which gets passed from server to socket, and session to connection
	to socket, allowing blocking non-responsive sync connections to 
	return.  Combination of "EAGAIN" && "Blocking" connection is treated
	as error and the connection will be terminated and the control 
	is returned to the caller immediately.
		
2006-02-02  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Don't use getaddrinfo() etc or try to support IPv6
	on Windows, as they are present by default on XP only. We do want
	to support Windows 2000, too.

2005-12-21  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_date_iso8601_parse): fix two bugs in
	the YYYYMMDD case.

	* tests/date.c: add three more ISO 8601 cases, to exercise all the
	code paths.

	#324671, from Emmanuele Bassi
	
2005-11-25  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* README: sync to text on wiki, and point to wiki

	* TODO: moved to http://live.gnome.org/LibSoup_2fToDo

2005-11-17  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_cleanup): clear priv->io_data
	right away, to protect against this being re-entered mid-cleanup
	(when we unref the connection). #321208, based on a patch from
	Jedy Wang.

2005-11-16  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c
	(soup_xmlrpc_message_start_member): add the "name" element to the
	struct member. #321362, patch from Sebastian Bauer.

2005-11-10  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: bump version to 2.2.90. This will not be
	officially released, but once these patches have gotten some
	testing they may be pulled up to the gnome-2-12 branch.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c:
	* libsoup/soup-server.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-session.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: add an "async-context" property,
	which gets passed from server to socket, and session to connection
	to socket, allowing async usage outside the main thread. Based on
	patches from Armin Bauer and Jürg Billeter.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_add_io_watch, soup_add_idle,
	soup_add_timeout): utility routines to add watches, idles, and
	timeouts to non-default GMainContexts.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_write): set the read state
	appropriately after writing a "100 Continue" response
	(io_read): More 100-Continue stuff. I don't think this is quite
	right so it will probably change again later.

2005-11-01  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* docs/reference/libsoup-docs.sgml: tell it to generate an index

	* docs/reference/tmpl/*.sgml: regen with newer gtk-doc

2005-11-01  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (set_current_request,
	clear_current_request): Cast the argument to
	g_object_add/remove_weak_pointer to the wrong type, to make gcc
	4.1 happy, because C is stupid and "void **" means "a pointer to a
	void *", not "a pointer to any kind of pointer".

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c
	(soup_xmlrpc_value_dump_internal): fix gccism. #320349, from
	Roland Illig.

2005-10-27  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_client_new_async,
	soup_socket_client_new_sync): unref the SoupAddress passed to
	soup_socket_connect to avoid a leak. Based on a patch from Wang
	Xin.
	(socket_read_watch, read_from_network, socket_write_watch,
	soup_socket_write): request and handle G_IO_ERR and G_IO_HUP
	events when polling, since poll() will return them whether or not
	you asked for them, but glib will ignore them unless you did,
	which will result in CPU suckage if such an error occurs. #319305,
	patch from Jonathan Matthew.

2005-10-27  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	bgo #316313 / bnc #116762, and probably also bgo #318252

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_stop): clear io->conn
	after releasing it, to make sure we can't accidentally release it
	twice.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (clear_current_request): Call
	soup_message_io_stop() on the cleared request.

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_post): do a
	little dance here to make sure the session can't queue another
	message on the connection while we're in the process of requeuing
	the original one.

2005-08-30  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* libsoup-zip.in: Include documentation in developer zipfile.

2005-08-22  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (soup_soap_message_class_init): Call
	g_type_class_add_private.

	* configure.in: Bump to 2.2.6.1

	* NEWS: update

2005-08-22  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Bump to 2.2.6. Bump SOUP_AGE and SOUP_CURRENT for
	soup_server_get_socket() addition.

	* NEWS: update

2005-08-22  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (set_current_request,
	clear_current_request): Fix g_object_add/remove_weak_pointer usage
	to prevent a crash when canceling a request. From Tambet.

2005-08-16  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	Fix a connection leak reported by Tambet.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (send_request): rather than tracking
	the message progress via signals, call
	soup_message_send_request_internal() and have it call
	soup_connection_release() when it's done.
	(request_restarted, request_done): gone
	(clear_current_request): handle disconnecting (if necessary) and
	updating last_used time here.
	(soup_connection_release): Call clear_current_request().
	(dispose): Call clear_current_request()

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c
	(soup_message_send_request_internal): New. Takes a SoupConnection
	in addition to the other args, and passes that on to
	soup-message-io.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (SoupMessageIOData): add a
	SoupConnection field.
	(io_cleanup): if io->conn is set, unref it.
	(soup_message_io_stop): if io->conn is set, and we ended in a
	clean state, call soup_connection_release() on it.
	(soup_message_io_client): Add a SoupConnection arg, which gets
	reffed and stored in io->conn.

	* TODO: misc updates

2005-08-15  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.h (soup_connection_new):
	* libsoup/soup-server.h (soup_server_new):
	* libsoup/soup-session-async.h (soup_session_async_new_with_options): 
	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.h (soup_session_sync_new_with_options): 
	* libsoup/soup-socket.h (soup_socket_new): use G_GNUC_NULL_TERMINATED.

	* libsoup/soup-types.h (G_GNUC_NULL_TERMINATED): steal the
	definition of this from glib 2.8 for use when compiling against
	glib 2.6.

2005-08-15  Tambet Ingo  <tambet@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (update_fdflags, set_property): Fix compilation
	errors.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_get_listener): ditto.

2005-08-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_get_listener): new method to
	get the server's listening socket.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: add a new "cloexec" property, to set
	FD_CLOEXEC on the socket. Update everything for that.

2005-08-05  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (finalize): Free priv->read_buf. From
	Tambet.
	(soup_socket_connect): Make sure that get_iochannel() gets called
	if the connect succeeds right away, or the socket will fail on
	the first read or write. [#312540]

2005-08-01  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: drop version back down to 2.2.5 and
	SOUP_API_VERSION back to 2.2; due to various snafus, there has
	never yet been an official release of the 2.4 API and the GNOME
	2.12 betas have been shipping with libsoup 2.2 tarballs (while
	jhbuild has been using 2.4, with evolution and related packages
	having configure hacks to build against either). As there never
	ended up being any API-incompatible changes in the 2.4 series, we
	can just merge it back into the 2.2 series and kill off 2.4.

	* NEWS: Copy in the 2.2-series news from the gnome-2-10 branch,
	and add new NEWS

	* libsoup-zip.in: s/2.2/@SOUP_API_VERSION@/

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoupincludedir, lib_LTLIBRARIES,
	libsoup_2_2_la_LDFLAGS, libsoup_2_2_la_LIBADD,
	libsoup_2_2_la_SOURCES): s/4/2/ in all the places automake won't
	let us use a variable.

2005-08-01  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-md5-utils.c (soup_md5_final_hex): Finalize a
	SoupMD5Context and write out the digest in hex digits.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (authenticate, compute_response):
	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c (check_digest_passwd): Use that,
	rather than duplicating the code in both places here.

	Patch from Wim Lewis.
	
2005-07-15  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (redirect_handler): Allow relative URIs,
	since some servers are lame. Based on a patch from Jean-Yves
	Lefort. [#270688]

	* tests/uri-parsing.c: add some more tests to make sure that
	things that should be %-escaped do get %-escaped

2005-07-06  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-date.c (soup_gmtime): Mention in the doc comment
	that gmtime() is thread-safe on Windows.
	(soup_date_generate): Use soup_gmtime() instead of gmtime_r().

2005-06-14  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: check for gmtime_r

	* libsoup/soup-date.c: date/time-manipulation functions

	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-message.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-xmlrpc-response.c: XMLRPC message classes, from
	Mariano Suarez-Alvarez, Fernando Herrera, and Jeff Bailey.
	[#300227]

	* tests/date.c: soup-date test code

	* tests/getbug.c: XMLRPC test code. (Should be switched to use
	bugzilla.gnome.org once bgo supports XMLRPC.)

	* TODO: XMLRPC is implemented now (but shares the problem with
	SOAP that the API is not very good).

2005-06-14  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/*.[ch]: add/fix gtk-doc comments, make functions match
	prototypes, etc

	* docs/reference/*: update, fix, etc

2005-06-13  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Check also for inet_ntop(). Pre-cache knowledge
	that we do have inet_pton() and inet_ntop() on Windows (because we
	implement them ourselves in soup-dns.c).
	
	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (inet_pton, inet_ntop): Fix the Win32
	implementations, they were completely bogus.
	(soup_dns_ntop): Make it compile if HAVE_INET_NTOP.

2005-06-08  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_pre): Fix this to
	use just the domain name for the domain, not the whole
	DOMAIN\username. Based on a patch by Jeroen Hautekeete in #306877.

2005-05-26  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (cleanup_hosts): lock host_lock around
	this, since it can be called from set_property(). Possible fix for
	bnc #81641.

2005-05-05  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* docs/reference/Makefile.am (SCANGOBJ_OPTIONS): Use
	--type-init-func to force g_thread_init to be called. [#302674]

2005-04-18  Tor Lillqvist  <tml@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Call AC_LIBTOOL_WIN32_DLL. Check for Win32, set
	Automake conditional OS_WIN32. Pre-cache information that we do
	have getaddrinfo(), getnameinfo(), and IPv6 on Win32. (The tests
	wouldn't notice as they don't include the necessary headers or
	link with -lws2_32. Easiest to just pre-cache it.)

	* libsoup-zip.in: New file, to build zipfile-based distribution of
	libsoup for Win32. 

	* Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST)
	* configure.in (AC_OUTPUT): Add libsoup-zip(.in).

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Use -no-undefined on Win32. Link with
	WinSock library -lws2_32.
	
	* libsoup/soup-portability.h: New file. On Unix it includes the
	traditional BSD socket etc headers. On Win32 it includes
	winsock2.h and ws2tcpip.h.

	* libsoup/*.c
	* libsoup/*.h: Correspondingly, don't include the BSD socket API
	headers directly.

	* libsoup/soup-address.h
	* libsoup/soup-dns.h: Include soup-portability.h

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_class_init): This function
	should get called before libsoup uses the WinSock API, so this is
	a good place to call WSAStartup().
	
	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (get_protection_space): Use
	g_strsplit() instead of the relatively unportable strtok_r().

	* libsoup/soun-dns.c: Remove unused headers. Implement
	inet_pton() and inet_ntop() on Win32 using WSAStringToAddress()
	and WSAAddressToString().

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (SOUP_CLOSE_SOCKET, SOUP_IS_SOCKET_ERROR,
	SOUP_IS_INVALID_SOCKET, SOUP_IS_CONNECT_STATUS_INPROGRESS):
	Portability macros.
	(soup_socket_class_init): Call soup_address_get_type() to make
	sure WSAStartup() gets called (through soup_address_class_init()).
	(update_fdflags): Use ioctlsocket(FIONBIO) on Win32.
	(soup_socket_write): Conditionalize SIGPIPE use.
	
	* tests/get.c: mkdir() is different in Microsoft's C library.

	* tests/simple-httpd.c: Rename TRY_AGAIN label to AGAIN to avoid
	some clash with winsock2.h (which includes windows.h). The Win32
	headers pollute the namespace wildly.

2005-04-15  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (resolve_name): make this work with
	pre-EAI_OVERFLOW glibc [#300620]

2005-04-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Remove the various gethostbyname_r checks and just
	check for getnameinfo/getaddrinfo.

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c: de-nastify. Make this use threads instead of
	forking. Change the API around a bunch in the process.

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Update for soup-dns changes

	* tests/dns.c: take multiple hostnames on the command line and
	resolve them all at once (patch from tml)

2005-04-11  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: require glib-2.0 >= 2.4.0

	* libsoup/*.c: use G_DEFINE_TYPE and
	g_type_class_add_private/G_TYPE_INSTANCE_GET_PRIVATE

	* libsoup/soup-types.h: kill SOUP_MAKE_TYPE and
	SOUP_MAKE_TYPE_WITH_IFACE

	* tests/revserver.c: use GThread. (patch from tml)

2005-04-11  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: bump version to 2.3.0. bump SOUP_API_VERSION to
	2.4

	* libsoup.pc.in: rename from libsoup-2.2.pc.in

	* Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST, pkgconfig_DATA, install-data-local):
	install the .pc file by hand, renaming it to include the
	SOUP_API_VERSION

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: s/2.2/2.4/

2005-03-09  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_read): return G_IO_STATUS_EOF
	if gnutls returns 0. [#73352]
	(verify_certificate): put an #ifdef around
	GNUTLS_CERT_NOT_TRUSTED so it works with gnutls 1.2.x. [#57811]

2005-01-08  Not Zed  <NotZed@Ximian.com>

	** See ximian bug #70323.

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c: replace all unsigned long/long
	types with guint32, as the code needs 32 bit longs.

2004-10-20  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: Commit the alleged changes from the 10-06
	commit, which somehow did not actually get committed then.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (SoupConnectionPrivate): add a flag
	indicating whether or not the connection is connected.
	(tunnel_connect_finished): If successful, set connected. If the
	server returns a 3xx response, translate it to 407 (under the
	assumption that it's trying to redirect us to an HTML login page,
	as in bug 68531). Use soup_socket_start_proxy_ssl() rather than
	soup_socket_start_ssl().
	(socket_connect_result, soup_connection_connect_sync): If
	successful, set connected
	(soup_connection_disconnect): Don't emit "disconnected" if we
	aren't yet connected, or the message that was waiting for this
	connection may get stranded in the queue. (also part of 68531)

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_start_proxy_ssl): New, starts
	SSL and lets the caller pass the expected hostname. Fixes a
	problem where SSL certification validation would always fail if
	you used a proxy, because it was comparing the cert against the
	proxy's hostname. (68583)

2004-10-06  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.h (SoupSocketError): add
	SOUP_SSL_ERROR_CERTIFICATE.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (do_handshake): Pass the GError to
	verify_certificate.
	(verify_certificate): Set the GError appropriately rather than
	spewing g_warnings.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (read_from_network, soup_socket_write): If
	the GIOChannel operation returns an error, store it as GOBject
	data on the socket (as a hack so soup-message-io.c can access it
	without us needing to change SoupSocket's API).

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_error): peek at the socket's
	"last_error" datum and set the message's status to SSL_FAILED
	(with the GError's message string) rather than IO_ERROR, if
	appropriate. For 64414.

2004-09-30  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_init): Add this, with some
	extra initialization needed for libgcrypt 1.2 or higher. Fixes
	66342.
	(soup_ssl_get_client_credentials,
	soup_ssl_get_server_credentials): Call soup_gnutls_init().

2004-08-26  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* configure.in: Bump version to 2.2.0.

	* AUTHORS: Update this to reflect the last 2 years.

	* NEWS: Brief summary of 1.99.x -> 2.2 changes

	* README, TODO: Updates

2004-08-26  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/*: add/fix lots of gtk-doc comments
	
	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_str_case_hash, soup_str_case_equal):
	Fix bug noticed while documenting. (We were using the
	locale-case-insensitive functions rather than the g_ascii_ ones.)

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupMessageFlags): remove the (never
	implemented) NO_PIPELINE and NO_COOKIE flags.

	* docs/reference/tmpl/*.sgml: Regenerate, fill in some stuff.
	There are still problems here with gtk-doc not recognizing many of
	the objects in libsoup...

2004-08-13  JP Rosevear  <jpr@novell.com>

	* configure.in: bump version, libtool number

2004-08-09  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_connect_sync): Don't
	use conn after emitting the "connect_result" signal, since it
	might be destroyed by that. Based on a patch from hpj.

2004-08-02  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.h: Add flag "broken_encoding" to SoupUri.

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: (soup_uri_to_string): if broken_encoding is
	set, don't re-encode the URL parts. Based on a patch by
	Alfred.Peng@Sun.COM.

2004-07-19  JP Rosevear  <jpr@novell.com>

	* configure.in: bump version, libtool number

2004-07-15  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (send_message): Simplify this. If
	the message comes back from soup_connection_send_request not
	FINISHED, get a new connection rather than reusing the old one.
	This fixes a race condition in which a connection could end up
	double-booked, and fixes the handling of messages that get
	redirected to another server.

2004-07-13  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (connect_result): If the connection
	attempt succeeded, reserve the connection before releasing
	host_lock. Otherwise, another thread might find it in the
	connection pool before the caller can queue a message on it.
	#60693

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (got_connection): Call
	soup_connection_release(), since we don't have a specific message
	in mind for the connection, so we need it to be considered idle.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_release): New
	function, to undo a soup_connection_reserve().
	(soup_connection_send_request, soup_connection_reserve,
	soup_connection_authenticate, soup_connection_reauthenticate):
	Document these

2004-07-12  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (send_message): signal the
	"connections available" condition after the message finishes. Duh.

	* libsoup-2.2.pc.in (Cflags, Libs): add XML_CFLAGS and XML_LIBS

2004-07-08  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.c: Revert previous change for now; it
	breaks the build on distros with older libxmls.

2004-07-08  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* tests/dict.c: Basic SOAP test, using Aonaware's SOAP->DICT
	gateway

2004-07-07  Fernando Herrera  <fherrera@onirica.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.c: (finalize), (init),
	(soup_soap_response_from_string): Use a parse context for the
	xml document, so we can safely use the option to ignore
	blank spaces and '\n'.

2004-07-06  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_new_with_base): if the protocol is
	http or https, require a hostname. For #61049

	* tests/uri-parsing.c (rel_tests, do_uri): Update for that

2004-06-03  JP Rosevear <jpr@novell.com>

	* configure.in: bump version to 2.1.11, libtool number

2004-06-01  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Redo the various IPv4/IPv6-abstracting
	macros to not use ?: expressions as lvalues, since that's
	apparently a GNU extension.
	(soup_address_resolve_async): Use a timeout rather than an idle
	handler to poll the dns result. (soup-dns really should be
	rewritten to not require polling, but this is easier for now.)
	#59240

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (call_handler): Don't use GNU-only
	non-constant structure initialization

	* tests/dns.c: Simple test of the dns code

	* tests/Makefile.am (noinst_PROGRAMS): build it

2004-05-19  JP Rosevear  <jpr@novell.com>

	* configure.in (SOUP_API_VERSION): bump version, libtool numbers

2004-05-18  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.h:
	* libsoup/soup-nossl.c: define some GError codes and stuff

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: add missing #include <gnutls/x509.h>
	(do_handshake): when returning G_IO_STATUS_AGAIN, set the GError
	to SOUP_SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_NEEDS_READ or _NEEDS_WRITE
	appropriately.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_write): Handle
	SOUP_SSL_ERROR_HANDSHAKE_NEEDS_READ, by setting an io watch for
	G_IO_IN instead of G_IO_OUT. Fixes the rcd-sucking-up-all-cpu bug
	(#58434)
	(read_from_network): Handle the reverse case (which would cause
	hanging rather than spinning, and might be the cause of some
	connector 1.5 slowness?)

2004-05-11  Dan Winship  <danw@novell.com>

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_signal_connect_once): Do this less
	kludgefully, using the magic of GClosure, to fix x86_64 problems
	reported by snorp.

2004-05-04  Sivaiah Nallagatla <snallagatla@novell.com>

        * libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (finalize) : free
        the elements of priv structure before freeing priv

2004-04-20  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_post): if
	re-sending the message, call soup_message_restarted()
	(send_request): Connect to "restarted" signal, and remove the 401
	handlers from there; doing it here didn't work because if the
	connection was closed, the message would be re-sent on a new
	connection, but would still have the handlers from the old
	connection attached to it, which would make authentication fail.

	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c (soup_message_run_handlers):
	Copy the handler list before starting, to protect against handlers
	that modify the handler list.

2004-04-15  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_connect_sync):
	Connect to the socket's "disconnect" signal. (We were only doing
	this from the async version before, which meant that synchronous
	SoupConnections could outlive their sockets and start causing
	errors.) #57004

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (send_request): Remove the old
	Authorization header before adding a new one.

2004-04-02  JP Rosevear  <jpr@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: bump version, libtool number

2004-03-15  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (soup_soap_message_persist): Fix up
	types to kill a warning with -Wall -O2

2004-03-05  JP Rosevear <jpr@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: bump version, libtool number

2004-03-02  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (check_hostent): Only loop on EINTR if
	bytes_read is -1, since the value of errno is irrelevant when
	bytes_read is 0. Probably #54960.

2004-03-01  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.h: removed not-implemented function's
	prototype.

2004-02-27  Rodney Dawes  <dobey@ximian.com>

	* configure.in:
	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Use a different variable for linking to the
	static version of gnutls, so we don't pull the .a files into the .pc

	Fixes #53346

2004-02-20  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (read_metadata, read_body_chunk,
	write_data): Pass gsize *, not guint *, to soup_socket_read/write,
	to make this work on 64-bit platforms. (Grr. C type checking
	sucks.) #54631
	
	* tests/revserver.c: Likewise

2004-02-18  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	Fixes #54512

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.c (soup_soap_parameter_get_int_value):
	don't leak the value returned from xmlNodeGetContent().
	(soup_soap_parameter_get_string_value,
	soup_soap_parameter_get_property): return a g_strdup'ed
	string, not the value returned by xmlNodeGetContent, so that
	callers can use g_free, and not xmlFree.

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.h: made soup_parameter_get_property
	not return const.

2004-02-17  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.h (SOUP_IS_SOAP_MESSAGE_CLASS): Fix a
	typo. #54433, from Mariano Suarez-Alvarez.

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.h (SOUP_IS_SOAP_RESPONSE_CLASS):
	Likewise

2004-02-17  Rodney Dawes  <dobey@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_new): HTTP connections require
	a hostname, and we also hash on the host for message queueing in the
	session, if the host is NULL we free the SoupUri and return NULL

2004-02-14  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Use POSIX-compliant "test $foo = bar", rather than
	GNU-only "test $foo == bar". #54354, from Julio M. Merino Vidal.

2004-02-12  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (check_hostent): Call read() in a do-while
	loop to prevent DNS errors from short reads.

2004-02-11  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bumped version number to 2.1.7 and libtool
	current. 

2004-02-11  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_disconnect): Update
	Joe's comment here with a gory explanation of exactly what's going
	on. (It's not just an SSL bug either, it affects all connections.)

2004-02-10  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_disconnect): Add a
	workaround for SSL connections which time-out but don't close the
	socket until we try sending data again later.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_connect, soup_socket_listen):
	Don't free the sockaddr from soup_address_get_sockaddr(); we don't
	own it, the SoupAddress does.

2004-02-09  JP Rosevear  <jpr@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump libtool numbers

2004-02-05  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_add_filter): Ref the filter
	when adding it.
	(soup_session_remove_filter): And unref it here (we were already
	unreffing it in dispose().)

2004-02-05  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_dns_entry_unref): Don't try to free the
	hostent if it's NULL.
	(soup_dns_entry_check_lookup): If the entry is resolved, but the
	hostent is NULL, uncache it.

2004-02-04  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_pre): Always
	remove the WWW-Authenticate headers before returning, so the
	session won't fall back to Basic auth. Also, leave the connection
	in the "authenticating" state rather than setting it to
	"authenticated".
	(ntlm_authorize_post): Only requeue the message if it's in the
	"authenticating" state (and set it to "authenticated"). Fixes an
	"unepectedly disconnected" error if authentication fails.

2004-02-03  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_cleanup): Call
	soup_message_io_stop so we don't get a callback on the io after
	it's been cleaned up.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (add_auth): Only remove the Authorization
	header if we have another one to add. (Otherwise it messes up
	SoupConnectionNTLM.)

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (read_from_buf): Use memmove rather than
	memcpy here, since the source and destination will overlap if
	*nread is small and read_buf->len is large. (Noticed by valgrind,
	#53625.)

2004-02-02  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_close): Call gnutls_bye()
	with the GNUTLS_SHUT_WR flag (instead of RDWR) and check only for
	GNUTLS_E_INTERRUPTED.  GNUTLS_E_AGAIN will be returned by recv()
	when there are no messages on the wire on a non-blocking socket.
	This sends a SSL hangup message and then allows us to immediately
	close the socket.

2004-01-30  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: bumped version number to 2.1.6.

2004-01-29  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch] (soup_soap_parameter_get_property):
	new function.

2004-01-29  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch]
	(soup_soap_parameter_get_string_value): removed 'const' from return
	type.

2004-01-29  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (verify_certificate): Initialize the
	certificate before we try to use it.  Ahem.

2004-01-23  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump version to 2.1.5 and SOUP_RELEASE to 2

2004-01-21  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Require at least GnuTLS 1.0.0.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: Fix the use of deprecated GnuTLS
	functions.
	(verify_certificate): Use gnutls_x509_crt_import() and
	gnutls_x509_crt_check_hostname() instead of
	gnutls_x509_check_certificates_hostname().
	(init_dh_params): Use gnutls_dh_params_generate2() instead of
	gnutls_dh_params_generate() and gnutls_dh_params_set().

2004-01-20  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_close): gnutls_bye() doesn't
	close the socket itself, so we need to do it or else our
	connections stay in CLOSE_WAIT forever.

2004-01-16  Jason Leach  <leach@wam.umd.edu>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: builddir != srcdir fixes.

2004-01-14  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (verify_certificate): Remove the
	check for GNUTLS_CERT_CORRUPTED, it's not in 1.0.x.

2004-01-12  JP Rosevear  <jpr@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: bump version and libtool revision

2004-01-12  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* tests/simple-httpd.c (main): Add a g_thread_init() so this works
	again.

2004-01-10  Larry Ewing  <lewing@ximian.com>

	* libsoup-2.2.pc.in (Libs): use LIBGNUTLS_LIBS in the substitution
	string.

2004-01-09  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* acinclude.m4: Include the libgnutls.m4 file.

	* configure.in: Remove manual checking for libgnutls-config and
	use the AM_PATH_LIBGNUTLS so we can pass in a minimum required
	version, which is 0.9.7 for now.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Some changes for the above change.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: Check for HAVE_SSL, not
	HAVE_GNUTLS_GNUTLS_H.
	(verify_certificate): Uncomment the SSL certificate hostname
	check.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (set_property): Be smart about flushing
	our SSL credentials only when the CA file is set to something
	different than it was before.

2004-01-09  Harish K <kharish@novell.com>
        * libsoup/soup-soap-response.c (soup_soap_response_from_string): 
        added code to ignore Header element, if present, while creating 
        response objects.  
        
2004-01-05  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Remove no-longer-relevant socklen_t check

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Reorder #includes for FreeBSD (From Joe
	Marcus Clarke, #52566)

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c: Likewise

2003-12-29  JP Rosevear <jpr@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: bump version and libtool numbers

2003-12-22  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* README, TODO: Update these

2003-12-22  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Lots of thread-safety stuff, primarly so
	you can disconnect a socket from one thread while doing I/O in
	another.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_cancel): Split into
	soup_message_io_stop() and io_cleanup(), to separate out the "stop
	reading/writing" and "free data" phases to allow thread-safe
	synchronous cancellation.
	(soup_message_io_finished): call both soup_message_io_stop() and
	io_cleanup()
	(io_error): Only set SOUP_STATUS_IO_ERROR on the message if it
	doesn't already have a transport error status (eg, CANCELLED).
	(new_iostate): Call io_cleanup() if needed.

	* libsoup/soup-status.h: add "SOUP_STATUS_NONE" for 0, to make it
	clearer that it's not a status.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (finalize, restarted, finished,
	soup_message_set_uri): s/soup_message_io_cancel/soup_message_io_stop/
	(soup_message_cleanup_response): s/0/SOUP_STATUS_NONE/

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (send_request): Remove
	soup_message_io_cancel call.

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (send_message): Connect to the
	connection's "disconnected" signal rather than using a weak ref,
	since that's what we really care about, and it's possible that the
	connection may have an extra ref on it somewhere that would keep
	it from being destroyed even if it was disconnected.

2003-12-20  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (lookup_auth): If const_path is NULL un
	the non-proxy case, then use the root ("/").

2003-12-19  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-filter.c: New. An interface for objects
	that want to act on every message passing through a session.
	(Initially being used for authentication, but could also be used
	for cache handling, cookie management, etc.)

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (class_init, etc): Add a message
	filter property.
	(send_request): If the connection has a message filter set, run
	it on the message before sending it.
	(soup_connection_connect_async, etc): When setting up a tunnel, if
	we get back a 407 and the session tries to requeue the message,
	either re-send it, or return SOUP_STATUS_TRY_AGAIN (depending on
	whether or not the proxy closed the connection).
	(soup_connection_connect_sync): Likewise
	(send_request, request_done): Ref/unref the connection

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_get_type): Implement the
	SoupMessageFilter interface.
	(soup_session_get_connection): Use the session as the connection's
	message filter
	(soup_session_add_filter, soup_session_remove_filter): Add/remove
	filters from the session
	(setup_message): do auth handling, and call each of the session's
	filters' setup_message methods as well.
	(soup_session_send_message_via): No longer needed.
	(connect_result): Handle SOUP_STATUS_TRY_AGAIN.

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c (run_queue): Use
	soup_connection_send_request, since soup_session_send_message_via
	is gone now.

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c (send_message): Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_is_keepalive): A successful
	response to a CONNECT is always keepalive, even if it's HTTP/1.0
	with no Connection header.

	* libsoup/soup-status.h: add SOUP_STATUS_TRY_AGAIN

	* libsoup/soup-types.h: Add SoupMessageFilter, and macros for
	gobject interface types.

	* tests/get.c (main): Add a -p flag to specify a proxy

	* tests/simple-proxy.c: Fix #includes

2003-12-18  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_disconnect): Actually
	disconnect the socket rather than just unreffing it, since the IO
	code may be holding an extra ref on it.
	(send_request): connect to the "restarted" signal too
	(request_restarted): Deal with "Connection: close"

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_pre): Make this
	not go into an infinite loop if the server only supports Basic.

2003-12-17  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: install soup-message-queue.h with the rest
	of the headers.

2003-12-17  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Add gthread to glib check

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: Make this an abstract class.

	* libsoup/soup-session-async.c: A SoupSession class for
	asynchronous gmain-based operation; replaces the old SoupSession.

	* libsoup/soup-session-sync.c: A SoupSession class for synchronous
	blocking operation for use with threaded apps.

	* libsoup/soup-types.h, libsoup/soup.h: add the new session
	subclasses

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_connect_sync): Don't
	try to unref the socket if the socket creation fails.
	(soup_connection_reserve): New, to explicitly mark a connection as
	being in use without queueing a message on it.

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (check_hostent): Oof. Fix the logic of the
	"block" flag to not be reversed.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (finished): set status to FINISHED here.
	(soup_message_cancel): Gone; needs to be done at the session
	level.

	* libsoup/soup-message-queue.c: Add a mutex and make all of the
	operations thread-safe.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (disconnect_internal): Make this
	thread-safe.
	(soup_socket_connect): Make the sync case work correctly.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: add the SoupSession subclasses

	* tests/Makefile.am: libsoup depends on libgthread now, so
	revserver doesn't need to explicitly.

	* tests/get.c, tests/auth-test.c, tests/simple-proxy.c: Use
	soup_session_async_new().

2003-12-16  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch] (soup_soap_parameter_get_int_value):
	new function.

2003-12-16  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (socket_connect_result,
	soup_connection_connect_sync): Only set up a tunnel if the
	destination protocol is HTTPS.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (class_init): Add a default handler for
	wrote_body.
	(wrote_body): Run the SOUP_HANDLER_POST_REQUEST handlers here.
	(soup_message_cancel): Don't set the status to
	SOUP_STATUS_CANCELLED and call soup_message_finished() if the
	status is already SOUP_MESSAGE_STATUS_FINISHED.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (set_property): Don't cancel the session
	if the proxy URI set as a property isn't different from the old
	one.
	(get_host_for_message): Refactor some code so that we can easily
	get the right SoupSessionHost for proxies as well as from the
	message.
	(authenticate_auth): Take a gboolean proxy parameter.  Check it to
	see which URI (message URI or proxy URI) to use for
	authentication.  Add a long comment about lack of clarity in RFC
	2617 with respect to proxies and protection spaces.

2003-12-15  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.h (soup_socket_read, soup_socket_read_until,
	soup_socket_write): s/guint/gsize/ to match the definitions in
	soup-socket.c. #52167.

2003-12-12  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c: removed debugging of the messages here.

2003-12-12  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (soup_soap_message_start_envelope):
	added information for SOAP-ENV namespace.

2003-12-10  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (parse_response_headers): if we
	receive an HTTP/1.0 response to an HTTP/1.1 request, downgrade the
	message's http_version so the keep-alive handling is correct.
	Fixes a problem noticed almost simultaneously by Rodrigo and Joe.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_restarted, etc): Add a
	"restarted" signal as suggested by Joe.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_finished): emit
	either "restarted" or "finished" as appropriate

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_queue_message): Connect to
	"restarted" and run the queue if a message gets restarted

	* libsoup/soup-status.h: Remove a stray comma that gtk-doc doesn't
	like.

2003-12-10  Tambet Ingo  <tambet@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Use autoconfig to check for socklen_t ...

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: ... and remove it from here ...

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c: ... and here.

2003-12-09  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.c (soup_soap_message_persist):
	(soup_soap_message_parse_response): print out request/response's
	contents, if in debug mode.

2003-12-07  JP Rosevear  <jpr@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump version

2003-11-28  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch]
	(soup_soap_parameter_get_first_child,
	soup_soap_parameter_get_first_child_by_name,
	soup_soap_parameter_get_next_child,
	soup_soap_parameter_get_next_child_by_name): new functions to
	manage SoupSoapParameter's children.
	(soup_soap_response_get_first_parameter): dont return a GList, but
	a SoupSoapParameter contained in the GList.

2003-11-26  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch]
	(soup_soap_parameter_get_string_value): new function.

2003-11-26  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch]: added SoupSoapParameter
	structure, to "hide" the usage of xmlNode's.
	(soup_soap_parameter_get_name): functions to manage SOAP
	response parameters.
	(soup_soap_response_get_first_parameter,
	soup_soap_response_get_first_parameter_by_name,
	soup_soap_response_get_next_parameter,
	soup_soap_response_get_next_parameter_by_name):
	new functions for an easy access to the response's parameters.
	(soup_soap_response_from_string): removed warnings.

2003-11-25  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.c (soup_soap_response_set_method_name):
	fixed typo.

2003-11-25  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch] (soup_soap_response_get_method_name,
	soup_soap_response_set_method_name, soup_soap_message_get_parameters):
	new functions.
	(finalize): NULL out new private fields.
	(soup_soap_response_from_string): added validation code.

2003-11-23  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-response.[ch]: new class for managing SOAP
	responses.

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.[ch] (soup_soap_message_parse_response):
	new function.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: added new files.

2003-11-18  Rodney Dawes  <dobey@ximian.com>

	* gtk-doc.make: Add gtk-doc.make to cvs for systems without gtk-doc

2003-11-18  Rodney Dawes  <dobey@ximian.com>

	* acinclude.m4: Add GTK_DOC_CHECK

2003-11-18  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Replace old gtk-doc test with GTK_DOC_CHECK()
	(AC_OUTPUT): add docs/Makefile, docs/reference/Makefile

	* autogen.sh (REQUIRED_AUTOMAKE_VERSION): 1.6, for gtk-doc.make

	* Makefile.am: updates for gtk-doc
	(SUBDIRS): add back "docs"

	* docs/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): remove, since those old docs
	aren't around any more

	* docs/reference/*: set up gtk-doc

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (INCLUDES): Change G_LOG_DOMAIN to
	"libsoup". Remove unused defines.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c: Fix doc comments
	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-misc.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-address.h: Fixes to please gtk-doc
	* libsoup/soup-connection.h: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-message.h: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-misc.h: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.h: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-socket.h: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-status.h: Likewise

2003-11-18  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Fix up the SSL checks some. Remove some useless
	old header checks.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.h: declare soup_ssl_supported.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: add soup_ssl_supported declaration.

	* libsoup/soup-nossl.c: Not an SSL implementation, built if
	HAVE_SSL is not defined.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoup_2_2_la_SOURCES): add soup-nossl.c

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_start_ssl): Return success or
	failure.
	(listen_watch): Deal with soup_socket_start_ssl failing.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (tunnel_connect_finished,
	socket_connect_result, soup_connection_connect_sync): Deal with
	the soup_socket_start_ssl failing.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_new): Deal with
	soup_ssl_get_server_credentials failing

2003-11-18  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.[ch] (soup_soap_message_start_fault,
	soup_soap_message_end_fault, soup_soap_message_start_fault_detail,
	soup_soap_message_end_fault_detail, soup_soap_message_start_header,
	soup_soap_message_end_header,
	soup_soap_message_start_header_element,
	soup_soap_message_end_header_element, soup_soap_message_write_int,
	soup_soap_message_write_double, soup_soap_message_write_base64,
	soup_soap_message_write_time, soup_soap_message_write_string,
	soup_soap_message_write_buffer, soup_soap_message_set_element_type,
	soup_soap_message_set_null, soup_soap_message_add_attribute,
	soup_soap_message_add_namespace,
	soup_soap_message_set_default_namespace,
	soup_soap_message_get_namespace_prefix,
	soup_soap_message_set_encoding_style, soup_soap_message_reset,
	soup_soap_message_persist): new functions from old SoupSerializer.

2003-11-17  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.[ch] (soup_soap_message_new,
	soup_soap_message_new_from_uri): added a bunch of initialization
	parameters.
	(soup_soap_message_get_xml_doc, soup_soap_message_start_envelope,
	soup_soap_message_end_envelope, soup_soap_message_start_body,
	soup_soap_message_end_body, soup_soap_message_start_element,
	soup_soap_message_end_element):
	new functions.

	* configure.in: depend on libxml-2.0 for the SOAP code.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: use XML CFLAGS and LIBS.

2003-11-17  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Add in the --enable-libgpg-error flag from the 2.0
	branch.

	* acinclude.m4: Include the gpg-error macros.

2003-11-17  Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-soap-message.[ch]: new class to make it easier to
	build SOAP messages.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: added new files.

	* configure.in: increased version number.

2003-10-24  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (update_address_from_entry): Call
	soup_dns_entry_get_hostent() on the SoupAddress passed in, not the
	one in addr->priv->lookup.  Fixes a crash on synchronous DNS
	lookups.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_new): We need to ref the
	address we're binding to, because soup_socket_get_local_address()
	doesn't ref for us.

2003-10-23  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (init): Initialize flags to default
	values.

2003-09-23  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (SoupGNUTLSCred): Remove refcounting, but
	note whether or not the CA file has been loaded.
	(SoupGNUTLSChannel): add a "hostname" field.
	(verify_certificate): Remove the comment about not being able to
	verify the hostname because of soup problems. Now it's because of
	GNUTLS problems instead.
	(soup_ssl_wrap_iochannel): Renamed from soup_ssl_get_iochannel,
	and takes a hostname and a creds argument now.
	(soup_ssl_get_client_credentials,
	soup_ssl_get_server_credentials): Return client/server credentials
	structures.
	(soup_ssl_free_client_credentials,
	soup_ssl_free_server_credentials): and free them.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (class_init, set_property, get_property):
	add ssl_ca_file property
	(get_host_for_message): when returning an SSL host for the first
	time, create a client credentials structure for the session.
	(run_queue): Pass the ssl creds to the new connection. Also fix an
	unrelated bug that caused infinite loops on "bad hostname".

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Use GObject properties, including
	ssl_cert_file and ssl_key_file properties.
	(soup_server_new): Remove "protocol" argument; if the cert file
	and key file properties were set, create a server credential
	structure from them and pass that to soup_socket_server_new.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (SoupConnectionPrivate): Rename
	dest_uri to origin_uri to match RFC 2616 terminology. Add an
	"ssl_creds" field.
	(class_init, set_property, get_property): add SSL_CREDS property
	(soup_connection_connect_async, soup_connection_connect_sync):
	Pass ssl_creds to soup_socket_client_new calls.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Use GObject properties, including an
	ssl_creds property
	(soup_socket_set_flags): Gone (replaced with boolean properties)
	(soup_socket_new): Make this take a list of properties
	(listen_watch): copy ssl creds from listener to new socket
	(soup_socket_start_ssl): Pass remote hostname and socket creds
	structure to soup_ssl_wrap_iochannel.
	(soup_socket_client_new_async, soup_socket_client_new_sync,
	soup_socket_server_new): Replace the SSL boolean with an ssl_creds
	structure.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_set_ssl_ca_file,
	soup_set_ssl_cert_files, soup_get_ssl_ca_file,
	soup_get_ssl_cert_files): Gone. SSL state is now per-session or
	per-server.

	* tests/get.c: add a "-c CAfile" argument, for loading a CA
	certificate file to validate https connections against

	* tests/simple-httpd.c: Add "-c certfile" and "-k keyfile"
	arguments for loading an SSL server certificate. Only start an SSL
	server if those arguments were used.

	* tests/test-cert.pem: 
	* tests/test-key.pem: SSL certificate for testing simple-httpd

	* tests/revserver.c: Update for API changes
	* tests/simple-proxy.c: Likewise

2003-09-22  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c: Move RESPONSE_BLOCK_SIZE #define here
	from soup-private.h

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_load_config, etc): Remove all this.
	(soup_set_security_policy, soup_get_security_policy): Remove,
	since the GNUTLS backend doesn't actually implement it.
	(soup_set_ssl_ca_dir, soup_get_ssl_ca_dir): Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-misc.h: sync to soup-misc.c. Don't #include extra
	stuff.

	* libsoup/soup-types.h (SOUP_MAKE_TYPE): Move this here from
	soup-private.h

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.h: Merge soup_ssl_get_iochannel and
	soup_ssl_get_server_iochannel into a single function that takes a
	SoupSSLType.

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: Remove soup_get_ssl_ca_dir() reference.
	(soup_ssl_get_iochannel): Renamed from soup_gnutls_get_iochannel.
	(soup_gnutls_set_security_policy): Gone

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.h
	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c: Gone; soup-ssl.h is the #include file for
	soup-gnutls.c now

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Move soup_sockaddr_max
	#define here from soup-private.h
	(soup_socket_start_ssl): Update for new soup_ssl_get_iochannel
	prototype.

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: Gone
	
	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Fix #includes for soup-private.h and
	soup-misc.h changes
	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-auth.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-connection.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-dns.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-headers.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-session.c: Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Likewise
	* tests/auth-test.c: Likewise

2003-09-19  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (update_address_from_entry): free the
	hostent.

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c (ntlm_authorize_pre): Don't leak
	the domain

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_get_iochannel): Add some more
	iochannel initialization. Not sure how this worked before...

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_cleanup_response): Renamed
	from soup_message_prepare (and a few things removed).

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (soup_message_send_request):
	s/soup_message_prepare/soup_message_cleanup_response/

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_read): Replace the final "\r\n"
	with "\0" on the headers before passing them to the parse
	function.
	(io_read): Call soup_message_cleanup_response after returning an
	informational response so the data doesn't leak.

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse): Update for
	soup-message-io.c:io_read change

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_new,
	soup_server_new_with_host): Don't leak the SoupAddress.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (class_init): Make PROP_PROXY_URI not
	CONSTRUCT_ONLY.
	(set_property): If the proxy uri changes, call
	soup_session_abort() and cleanup_hosts().
	(request_finished, final_finished): Fix a bug when requeuing
	messages.

	* tests/libsoup.supp: valgrind suppression file for soup tests

	* tests/Makefile.am (EXTRA_DIST): dist it.
	(noinst_PROGRAMS): move the former check_PROGRAMS to
	noinst_PROGRAMS instead.

2003-09-18  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Add wrote_informational and
	got_informational signals.

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (get_request_headers): Set the
	EXPECT_CONTINUE flag on the message if that header is set.

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers):
	Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_write): Set read_state to HEADERS
	when blocking on an expect-continue. Emit wrote_informational
	instead of wrote_headers in the 1xx case.
	(io_read): Set read_state to BLOCKING, not NOT_STARTED after
	reading a 100 Continue response. Emit got_informational instead of
	got_headers in the 1xx case.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_send_message): Reorder
	things to deal with the fact that the message could finish right
	away if there is a connection available and the server is very
	close.

	* libsoup/soup-status.h: Rename SOUP_STATUS_CLASS_TRANSPORT to
	SOUP_STATUS_CLASS_TRANSPORT_ERROR.

2003-09-17  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (find_oldest_connection): Fix two bugs
	(one that pruned too little, one that pruned too much).
	(queue_message): When requeuing, don't run the queue;
	final_finished will take care of that later.
	(soup_session_abort): New, to cancel all pending requests.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_connect, got_address): ref
	the socket while waiting for the address to resolve

2003-09-17  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_new): Replaces the
	three previous soup_connection_new* functions and uses gobject
	properties to set the destination and proxy uris.
	(class_init): set up two more signals, authenticate and
	reauthenticate.
	(soup_connection_send_request): virtualize
	(send_request): Default implementation

	* libsoup/soup-connection-ntlm.c: New SoupConnection subclass that
	also handles NTLM authentication. Includes all of the NTLM code
	formerly in soup-auth-ntlm.c.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-ntlm.[ch]: Gone.

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c: Remove NTLM refs

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (class_init): Add gobject properties for
	proxy, max_conns, use_ntlm. Change the "authenticate" and
	"reauthenticate" signal prototypes to not pass a SoupAuth (so they
	can be used for authenticating SoupConnectionNTLM as well, which
	doesn't use a SoupAuth).
	(soup_session_new): Renamed from soup_session_new_default.
	(soup_session_new_with_options): Replaces
	soup_session_new_with_proxy and soup_session_new_full. Takes
	gobject properties.
	(run_queue): Create a new connection of type SoupConnection or
	SoupConnectionNTLM depending on our "use_ntlm" property. Connect
	to its authenticate and reauthenticate signals.
	(connection_authenticate, connection_reauthenticate): proxy these
	signals.

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (update_address_from_entry): Fix a
	crasher when failing to resolve the address.

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (check_hostent): Fix some "how was this
	working before" bugs.

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (soup_message_send_request):
	call soup_message_prepare() to clean up the existing response
	state.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (io_error): Set the read_state to DONE
	when processing an OK EOF.

	* libsoup/soup-status.h (SoupStatusClass): fix the numbering of
	these so that SOUP_STATUS_CLASS_SUCCESS is 2, etc.

	* tests/auth-test.c (authenticate, reauthenticate): Update for new
	prototypes.
	(main): Use soup_session_new.
	* tests/get.c (main): Likewise.
	* tests/simple-proxy.c (main): Likewise.

2003-09-10  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: Add "authenticate" and "reauthenticate"
	signals.
	(invalidate_auth): Remove the call to soup_auth_invalidate.
	(authenticate_auth): soup_auth_fn is gone. If the URI doesn't
	contain authentication, then emit "authenticate" or
	"reauthenticate" (depending on whether or not this is the first
	time we've asked for a password for this auth).
	(update_auth_internal): If the server rejects our
	username/password, don't bail out immediately. Try doing a
	"reauthenticate" first.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_set_authorize_callback): Gone

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_new_from_header_list): Remove the
	"pref" arg.
	(soup_auth_invalidate): Remove this; it doesn't actually do
	anything useful for us.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-basic.c (invalidate): Remove
	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c: (invalidate): Remove
	* libsoup/soup-auth-ntlm.c: (invalidate): Remove

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: Remove all references to "authmech".
	(soup_uri_set_auth): Remove this too.

	* tests/auth-test.c: Update to use the "authenticate" and
	"reauthenticate" signals instead of encoding usernames and
	passwords in the URIs. Add a few more test cases.

2003-09-10  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h (SoupMessagePrivate): Remove the
	"status" field from here, since it's mostly used by SoupSession,
	which shouldn't need access to SoupMessagePrivate.

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupMessage): Move it here.
	(SoupCallbackFn): Remove this alias for SoupMessageCallbackFn.
	(soup_message_set_uri): also moved from soup-message-private.h

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: s/msg->priv->status/msg->status/.

	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c:
	s/SoupCallbackFn/SoupMessageCallbackFn/ everywhere.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_io_client,
	soup_message_io_server, soup_message_io_unpause): Don't set up an
	idle handler, just jump right in to reading/writing; if this is a
	synchronous socket, then the caller wants to block, and if it's
	not, then we'll quickly get an EAGAIN anyway.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: (queue_message): Likewise.
	(*) Update for SoupMessageStatus move and remove
	soup-message-private.h include.

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: Remove soup-message-private.h
	include.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Likewise.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_is_connected,
	soup_connection_is_new): Remove these, since they weren't being
	used.

	* libsoup/soup-md5-utils.c: Moved from md5-utils.c and renamed, to
	avoid namespace pollution.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c: Update for that.
	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c: Likewise

	* tests/auth-test.c: Remove soup-message-private.h include

2003-09-09  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	Beginnings of improved synchronous API support

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c: Simplify this by making it not automatically
	return the result: force the caller to poll. (This isn't really a
	performance issue: the results should come back quickly anyway.)
	Also, make the cache thread-safe.
	(soup_dns_entry_from_name): Was soup_gethostbyname
	(soup_dns_entry_from_addr): Was soup_gethostbyaddr
	(soup_dns_entry_check_lookup): Used to poll to see if DNS is done
	(soup_dns_entry_get_hostent): Gets the hostent from an entry (and
	blocks if it's not resolved yet).

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Update for soup-dns changes.
	(soup_address_new): Don't automatically start resolving the
	hostname now, since we don't know if the caller is going to want
	it resolved synchronously or asynchronously.
	(soup_address_resolve_async): Renamed from soup_address_resolve.
	(soup_address_resolve_sync): New routine to do blocking
	synchronous DNS.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_connect): Now returns a
	status value directly when connecting synchronously.
	(soup_socket_client_new_async, soup_socket_client_new_sync):
	Separate async/sync client socket functions.
	(soup_socket_get_iochannel): Made static since it was not used
	outside soup-socket.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_new,
	soup_connection_new_proxy, soup_connection_new_tunnel): Just set
	up the data, don't actually start connecting.
	(soup_connection_connect_async, soup_connection_connect_sync): New
	async and sync SoupConnection connecting routines.
	(soup_connection_get_socket): Remove this since it wasn't being
	used.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (final_finished): Run the queue since a
	connection is now freed up.
	(run_queue): Update for soup_connection_new* changes.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_substring_index): Remove, since it
	wasn't being used any more.

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: Remove some prototypes for functions
	that no longer exist.

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_copy_root): New utility function
	(copies the protocol, host, and port of a SoupUri).

	* tests/auth-test.c:
	* tests/get.c:
	* tests/simple-proxy.c: belatedly update for soup-session change

	* tests/revserver.c: Handle each new connection in its own thread,
	using synchronous SoupSocket calls.

2003-09-05  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: Move a bunch of logic here from
	soup-context. Now the session keeps track of hosts (instead of
	having a global soup_hosts hash) and their connections.
	(soup_session_new_with_proxy, soup_session_new_full): New session
	constructors to specify a proxy or a proxy and connection limits
	(send_request): Add Authorization and Proxy-Authorization headers
	before sending off the request.
	(soup_session_queue_message, et al): Improve the way this works.
	There's no need to use timeouts to wait for connections to become
	free; we *know* when they become free.

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: Remove SoupHost and some other
	no-longer-used stuff.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_set_proxy, soup_get_proxy,
	soup_set_connection_limit, soup_set_connection_limit): Gone. These
	are all per-session now.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Remove all SoupContext references
	(mostly replaced with SoupUri references)
	(cleanup_message): priv->connect_tag and priv->connection are gone
	now, so this was just soup_message_io_cancel(). So remove
	cleanup_message and replace it with that everywhere.
	(soup_message_disconnect): Gone.
	(soup_message_set_uri): Replaces soup_message_set_context.
	(soup_message_set_connection, soup_message_get_connection): Gone

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c (parse_request_headers):
	s/soup_message_set_context/soup_message_set_uri/

	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h (SoupMessagePrivate): Remove
	connect_tag, context, and connection.

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (encode_http_auth): Gone.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c: Gone

	* tests/auth-test.c (identify_auth): update for session/context
	changes

2003-09-03  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-status.h: Renamed from soup-error.h, with types
	and defines renamed accordingly.

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupMessage): Rename errorcode to
	status_code and errorphrase to reason_phrase. Remove errorclass.
	(SOUP_MESSAGE_IS_ERROR): Remove this. You can't classify redirects
	as being either "errors" or "not errors", so its semantics are
	guaranteed to be wrong sometimes.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_set_status,
	soup_message_set_status_full): Renamed

	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c
	(soup_message_add_status_code_handler,
	soup_message_add_status_class_handler): Rename.

	* libsoup/soup-session.c (soup_session_send_message): Make this
	return a status code rather than a status class.

	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h (SoupMessagePrivate): Remove some
	unrelated unused fields (retries, callback, user_data).

	* ...: Updates

2003-09-02  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-session.c: First draft at the new object to
	maintain formerly-global state. (Not yet complete; still need to
	get rid of SoupContext).

	* libsoup/soup-message-queue.c: Data structure used by SoupSession

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Gone. Mostly moved into soup-session, but
	some bits went into soup-connection.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_send_request): New,
	to send a request on a connection. The connection updates its
	internal state and then hands off to soup_message_send_request.
	(request_done): Callback set up by soup_connection_send_request.
	Marks the connection as no-longer-in-use, and disconnects it if
	the message says to.
	(soup_connection_set_in_use, soup_connection_mark_old): No longer
	needed; the connection takes care of this itself now.
	(soup_connection_new_proxy): New, to create a new connection that
	is explicitly marked as being through an HTTP proxy.
	(soup_connection_new_tunnel): New, to create a new HTTPS
	connection through a proxy. (Includes the code to send the
	CONNECT.)

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (try_existing_connections): Don't need to
	call soup_connection_set_in_use.
	(try_create_connection): Use soup_connection_new,
	soup_connection_new_proxy, or soup_connection_new_tunnel as
	appropriate.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_prepare): Replaces
	queue_message.
	(soup_message_queue, soup_message_requeue, soup_message_prepare):
	Gone. This must be done via a SoupSession now.
	(soup_message_set_connection): don't need to mark in_use/not
	in_use. Also, msg->priv->socket is gone now.
	(soup_message_get_socket): Gone.

	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c (soup_message_run_handlers):
	Remove references to global handlers.
	(redirect_handler, authorize_handler): Moved to soup-session.c.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_shutdown): Gone; just unref the
	session to shut down now.

	* libsoup/soup.h: add soup-session.h

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: updates

	* tests/auth-test.c, tests/get.c, tests/simple-proxy.c: Use
	SoupSession.

2003-08-29  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c: Major rewrite. There is now only a
	single IO state object (instead of one for reading and one for
	writing), and the IO code handles switching back and forth between
	reading and writing as appropriate (including handling the extra
	switches needed for "Expect: 100-continue").
	(soup_message_io_client, soup_message_io_server): The new entry
	points.
	(soup_message_io_cancel): If the caller cancels the IO when we
	were expecting to read more data, disconnect the socket.

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupMessageFlags): add
	SOUP_MESSAGE_EXPECT_CONTINUE, to indicate that the IO code should
	do the special expect-continue handling.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Move all the signal stuff here. Remove
	the "done_reading" and "done_writing" signals and replace them
	with a single "finished" signal. (A single signal. Say that 10
	times fast!)
	(soup_message_got_headers, etc): Functions to emit signals.
	(got_headers, got_chunk, got_body): Default signal methods that
	call soup_message_run_handlers.
	(finished): Default signal method that replaces
	soup_message_issue_callback.
	([various]): s/soup_message_issue_callback/soup_message_finished/
	(soup_message_requeue): There's no soup_message_set_read_callbacks
	any more, so if the caller requeues while it's still reading, just
	cancel the read.
	(soup_message_add_chunk, soup_message_add_final_chunk,
	soup_message_pop_chunk): Moved here from soup-server-message,
	although we don't actually quite support using chunked encoding
	for requests yet.

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c (soup_server_message_new): No
	longer takes a socket argument.
	(soup_server_message_add_chunk, soup_server_message_get_chunk):
	Moved into SoupMessage.

	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c (global_handlers): Make these
	POST_BODY rather than PRE_BODY, so they won't mess up the IO
	channel when the requeue the message.
	(soup_message_run_handlers): Don't need to issue the message
	callback from here any more.
	(authorize_handler): Just leave the error as 401 or 407 (see
	soup-error.h change)

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (soup_message_send_request):
	Replaces soup_message_write_request and
	soup_message_read_response.

	* libsoup/soup-message-server-io.c: Parallel to
	soup-message-client-io.c, this defines the server-side header
	handling.
	(soup_message_read_request): Its entry point.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Lots of code moved into
	soup-message-server-io.c. Update for other changes.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Update for changes

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (read_from_network, soup_socket_write):
	Don't call soup_socket_disconnect() on an error, just return
	SOUP_SOCKET_ERROR. Otherwise soup_socket_disconnect() could emit
	signals that will mess up the caller of the read/write function.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_disconnect): When
	disconnecting the socket, disconnect from its signals first to
	prevent bad reentrancy.

	* libsoup/soup-error.h: Kill off SOUP_ERROR_CANT_AUTHENTICATE and
	SOUP_ERROR_CANT_AUTHENTICATE_PROXY, since they don't really say
	anything that SOUP_ERROR_UNATHORIZED and
	SOUP_ERROR_PROXY_UNAUTHORIZED don't say. (And now, all of the
	"transport" errors actually are transport-related.)

	* tests/auth-test.c (main): s/CANT_AUTHENTICATE/UNAUTHORIZED/

	* tests/simple-proxy.c: Complicate this a bunch. In particular,
	use SOUP_MESSAGE_OVERWRITE_CHUNKS and the GOT_CHUNK signal, and
	pass the data back to the client in chunked format.

2003-08-27  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-types.h: New header with typedefs, to avoid
	#include loops among other headers.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoupinclude_HEADERS): add it

	* libsoup/*.[ch], tests/*.c: Update for soup-types.h
	
2003-08-26  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-client-io.c (soup_message_write_request,
	soup_message_read_response): Higher-than-soup-message-io-level
	functions to do client-side IO. (Code that used to be in
	soup-queue.c)
	(get_request_header_cb): Fix a bug in the generation of the Host:
	header; need to include the port number if it's not the default.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_write,
	soup_message_write_simple): Take separate user_datas for the get_*
	callbacks and the done callbacks.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Update to use soup_message_write_request
	and soup_message_read_response.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_new): Change the
	prototype to take a SoupUri and a callback.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (try_create_connection,
	soup_context_connect_cb): Update for soup_connection_new change.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (read_done_cb, issue_bad_request): Update
	for soup_message_write changes

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c (soup_uri_uses_default_port): new utility
	function

2003-08-26  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h: Define SoupMessage signal stuff
	(READ_HEADERS, READ_CHUNK, READ_BODY, READ_ERROR, WROTE_HEADERS,
	WROTE_CHUNK, WROTE_BODY, WRITE_ERROR).

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (class_init): set up signals
	(requeue_read_finished): Update for changes.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_read): Split out
	parse_headers_cb from read_headers_cb. Also add a SoupDataBuffer *
	arg to say where to store the message body. Set up
	read_headers_cb, read_chunk_cb, read_body_cb, and error_cb as
	signal handlers.
	(do_read): Call r->parse_headers_cb, then emit READ_HEADERS
	(read_body_chunk): emit READ_CHUNK.
	(issue_final_callback): Set r->body. emit READ_BODY.
	(failed_read): emit READ_ERROR.
	(soup_message_read_set_callbacks): Disconnect old signal handlers,
	connect new ones.
	(soup_message_read_cancel): Disconnect signal handlers.
	(soup_message_write, soup_message_write_simple): Set up
	wrote_body_cb and error_cb as signal handlers.
	(do_write): emit WROTE_HEADERS and WROTE_CHUNK, even though
	nothing currently ever listens for them. emit WROTE_BODY when
	done.
	(failed_write): emit WRITE_ERROR

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_parse_headers_cb,
	soup_queue_read_headers_cb): Split this into two unequal chunks.
	(read_header_cb only runs the pre-body handlers).
	(soup_queue_read_chunk_cb, soup_queue_read_done_cb): Update
	prototypes.
	(soup_queue_write_done_cb): Update call to soup_message_read

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (parse_headers_cb): Renamed from
	read_headers_cb
	(read_done_cb): Update prototype
	(start_request): Update soup_message_read call.

2003-08-25  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c (soup_message_read,
	soup_message_write, soup_message_write_simple): Add a "user_data"
	arg, pass it to the callbacks.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_requeue,
	requeue_read_finished, requeue_read_error): Update for that

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Likewise

2003-08-25  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_new): Take a uri string
	instead of a context. Also, swap the args (so the method comes
	before the URI, just like in the protocol).
	(soup_message_new_from_uri): Like soup_messgae_new, but takes a
	SoupUri instead of a string
	(soup_message_set_request, soup_message_set_response): Replace
	soup_message_new_full.
	(cleanup_message): Was soup_message_cleanup, but is static now.
	(queue_message): Do the pre-queuing message cleanup here instead
	of in soup_queue_message.
	(soup_message_queue): Set the callback and user_data, then call
	queue_message.
	(requeue_read_error, requeue_read_finished, soup_message_requeue):
	Use queue_message
	(soup_message_get_uri): Replaces soup_message_get_context.

	* libsoup/soup-message.h (SoupMessage): Remove msg->context. (It's
	part of SoupMessagePrivate now)

	* libsoup/soup-context.c: #include soup-message-private
	(soup_context_from_uri): constify the uri arg.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Various context/uri fixes
	(proxy_https_connect): Use soup_message_new_from_uri.
	(soup_queue_message): Drastically simplified since most of the
	work is in soup-messsage.c:queue_message() now

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c (compute_response,
	get_authorization): Use soup_message_get_uri.

	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c (parse_digest): Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (call_handler): Likewise

	* tests/simple-httpd.c (server_callback): Likewise.

	* tests/simple-proxy.c (server_callback): Likewise

	* tests/get.c (got_url): Likewise.
	(get_url): Update soup_message_new usage.

	* tests/auth-test.c: #include soup-message-private. Update for
	context changes and soup_message_new change.

2003-08-22  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message-private.h: New file containing
	SoupMessagePrivate and some other soup-message-internal
	types/functions. Also includes the new, expanded SoupMessageStatus
	enum.

	* libsoup/soup-message-io.c: Replaces what used to be in
	soup-transfer, but now all the interfaces take SoupMessages
	instead of SoupReader/SoupWriter and deal with maintaining
	msg->priv->{read,write}_state themselves. Fixes up all the
	refcounting madness.

	* libsoup/soup-message-handlers.c: Move the handler code here,
	mostly unchanged. (But rename SoupHandlerType to SoupHandlerPhase
	to make the distinction from SoupHandlerKind clearer.)

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Update for soup-message-io and new
	SoupMessageStatus values. Remove handler code.
	(soup_message_cleanup): Remove the hack to try to preserve the
	connection if the message gets cleaned up before it finishes
	reading. soup_message_requeue handles this in the requeuing case,
	and there's no especially compelling reason to bother doing it in
	any other case. (And the soup-message-io api doesn't support
	having a read operation that's not connected to any message.)

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: remove SoupMessagePrivate

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Update for soup-message-io and new
	SoupMessageStatus values.

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c: Gone (yay)

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoup_2_2_la_SOURCES): update

2003-08-20  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Make this a GObject. (Note that since
	SoupMessage was not refcounted before, it's not really refcounted
	now either. TBF)
	(soup_message_free): Gone, replaced by g_object_unref
	(soup_message_copy, soup_message_foreach_remove_header): Remove
	these, since neither was currently functional.
	(soup_message_is_keepalive): New utility function to look at
	HTTP version and request/response headers to decide if a message
	indicates the connection should be kept alive.
	(soup_message_set_connection, soup_message_get_connection): New
	(soup_message_get_socket): New

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: Make this a subclass of
	SoupMessage.
	(soup_server_message_new): Now takes a SoupServer and SoupSocket
	(soup_server_message_get_server): New
	(soup_server_message_set_encoding,
	soup_server_message_get_encoding): Get/set whether the message
	should be sent with content-length or chunked encoding
	(soup_server_message_is_started, soup_server_message_is_finished):
	Private member accessors.
	(soup_server_message_add_chunk): Renamed from add_data
	(soup_server_message_get_chunk): Pops a chunk from the list.
	(soup_server_message_get_source): Gone

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Update for SoupServerMessage changes.
	(error_cb, write_done_cb): All the cleanup stuff that used to be
	here happens automatically by unreffing the message now.
	(get_response_header): Remove some erroneous leftover CGI stuff
	(issue_bad_request): add "Connection: close" to the response.
	(read_headers_cb): clean this up a bit. Reject HTTP/1.1 messages
	with no Host header as per RFC 2616.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_start_ssl): Gone
	(soup_connection_set_in_use): Let the caller set the connection to
	"not in use" even after the socket has been disconnected.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c: Use soup_message_get_connection

	* libsoup/soup-headers.c (soup_headers_parse_request): Remove the
	check on request length, since it was rejecting
	"GET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n", which is a valid complete request.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Use soup_message_get_connection and
	soup_message_get_socket.
	(soup_queue_read_done_cb): Use soup_message_is_keepalive
	(proxy_https_connect_cb): Use soup_socket_start_ssl rather than
	soup_connection_start_ssl

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (finalize): disconnect the GIOChannel
	handlers if the socket hasn't been disconnected yet.

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (soup_reader_read_body_chunk,
	reader_read): Fix these so that reader_read will exit properly if
	the read is cancelled.

	* tests/auth-test.c (main): s/soup_message_free/g_object_unref/

	* tests/simple-httpd.c (server_callback): set the message to
	content-length encoding.
	* tests/simple-proxy.c (server_callback): Likewise

2003-08-19  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_read,
	soup_socket_read_until, soup_socket_write): New API for doing
	socket IO. Works both synchronously and asynchronously, and
	buffers data to prevent the "100 Continue" problem.
	(soup_socket_set_flag): Replaces formerly-private
	soup_set_sockopts. (primarily to let the caller turn off
	SOUP_SOCKET_FLAG_NONBLOCKING).

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (soup_transfer_read,
	soup_transfer_write, soup_transfer_write_simple): Take a
	SoupSocket instead of a GIOChannel. Use the new socket IO api.
	Changed the prototypes of some of the callbacks to be less
	hackish.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c (soup_connection_get_socket): Replaces
	soup_connection_get_iochannel.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c: Fix up for soup-transfer changes

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Likewise

	* tests/revserver.c: A slightly more complicated replacement for
	timeserver. (Does both reads and writes)

2003-08-19  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-socks.[ch]: Remove this. RC doesn't let you
	configure it, and no one has complained, and it looks like the
	SOCKS5 auth code doesn't actually work anyway...

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (proxy_connect): Remove SOCKS code.

	* libsoup/soup-uri.h: Remove SOUP_PROTOCOL_SOCKS4 and
	SOUP_PROTOCOL_SOCKS5

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c: Remove a references to SOCKS in a comment

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoup_2_2_la_SOURCES): remove
	soup-socks.[ch]

2003-08-19  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Make this a GObject. Remove
	SoupServerMessage code (to soup-server-message.c). Remove CGI
	server code (for now?)
	(soup_server_add_handler, soup_server_remove_handler): Rename
	(from register/unregister) to make it clearer what they do.

	* libsoup/soup-server-message.c: Moved out of soup-server.c

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: Remove SoupServer def

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (libsoupinclude_HEADERS,
	libsoup_2_2_la_SOURCES): add soup-server-message.[ch]

	* tests/simple-httpd.c: 
	* tests/simple-proxy.c: Update for SoupServer changes

2003-08-18  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (SoupAddressPrivate): Make this more like
	a struct sockaddr again (like it used to be). In particular, add
	back the "port" field. Add a bunch of macros to try (and fail) to
	simplify some of the code.
	(soup_address_new): Now returns a SoupAddress directly rather than
	a random handle, and the caller can just use g_object_unref to
	cancel the lookup. Also, the callback now uses a
	SoupKnownErrorCode rather than a special-purpose address-lookup
	error code.
	(soup_address_new_cancel): No longer needed.
	(soup_address_new_sync): Removed
	(soup_address_new_any): Replaces soup_address_ipv4_any and
	soup_address_ipv6_any.
	(soup_address_get_name, etc): Gone. Use soup_address_resolve()
	now.
	(soup_address_get_physical): Renamed from
	soup_address_get_canonical_name.
	(soup_address_get_sockaddr): Replaces soup_address_make_sockaddr()

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Update for SoupAddress changes and make
	similar changes here.
	(soup_socket_new): Just creates a generic SoupSocket now.
	(soup_socket_connect): Client setup
	(soup_socket_listen): Server setup. Now also sets up an iochannel
	listening for connects and emits a "new_connection" signal as they
	come in.
	(soup_socket_start_ssl): Turns on SSL.
	(soup_socket_client_new, soup_socket_server_new): Utility
	functions that wrap the above.
	(soup_socket_new_cancel, soup_socket_new_sync): Gone
	(soup_socket_server_accept, soup_socket_server_try_accept): No
	longer needed.
	(soup_socket_get_iochannel): No longer adds a ref when returning
	the iochannel. Also, we set it to "close_on_unref" so that if a
	caller adds a ref to it, the connection will actually remain open
	even after the SoupSocket is destroyed.
	(soup_socket_get_local_address, soup_socket_get_remote_address):
	Let the caller get both of these.

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c: Don't keep a private copy of the
	socket's iochannel.
	(soup_connection_new): Don't need to set socket options here.
	SoupSocket does it.
	(soup_connection_start_ssl): Just call soup_socket_start_ssl.
	(soup_connection_get_iochannel): Just return the socket's
	iochannel (and don't ref it)

	* libsoup/soup-error.c: add SOUP_ERROR_CANT_RESOLVE and
	SOUP_ERROR_CANT_RESOLVE_PROXY

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c (soup_ntop): Make the address arg const.
	Remove the "FIXME add a CANT_RESOLVE error" and return
	SOUP_ERROR_CANT_RESOLVE instead.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c: Update for socket/address changes. Don't
	poke into SoupSocket's private fields.
	(soup_server_run_async): Just connect to the socket's
	"new_connection" signal.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (try_create_connection,
	soup_context_connect_cb): Update for socket changes. Replace
	SOUP_CONNECT_ERROR codes with plain SOUP_ERROR codes.

	* libsoup/soup-misc.c (soup_signal_connect_once): Utility function
	to connect to a signal handler and connect another function to
	clean up the first signal handler after its first invocation.
	(Lets us use signals to replace one-off callbacks.)

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: Remove SoupSocketPrivate since it is
	actually private now.
	(struct _SoupServer): Remove accept_tag.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_read_done_cb, start_request):
	Don't unref the iochannel.
	(soup_queue_connect_cb): Takes a SoupKnownErrorCode now.

	* libsoup/soup-socks.c: Update for socket/address changes

	* tests/simple-httpd.c (main):
	s/SOUP_SERVER_ANY_PORT/SOUP_ADDRESS_ANY_PORT/
	* tests/simple-proxy.c (main): Likewise

	* tests/timeserver.c: Update for SoupSocket's "new_connection"
	signal, and for SoupAddress changes.

2003-08-14  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-connection.c: New, split out from soup-context and
	made into a GObject.
	(soup_connection_disconnect): Disconnects the connection and emits
	a signal. (Replaces the old "keep_alive" flag.)
	(soup_connection_is_connected): Checks if the connection is still
	connected
	(connection_died): Just disconnect, rather than freeing the
	connection. This way if anyone else is still referencing it they
	won't end up with an invalid pointer.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c: Make this a GObject, remove all the
	SoupConnection code. Add an "ntlm_auths" field to SoupHost so that
	SoupContext can keep track of connection auth stuff there without
	SoupConnection needing to care. Various other updates.

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: Remove SoupContext and SoupConnection
	definitions.

	* libsoup/*.c, tests/get.c: Update for context/connection changes

	* libsoup/soup-socks.c (soup_connect_socks_proxy): Change the
	definition to deal with the fact that there's no
	soup_connection_get_context any more.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_read_headers_cb): Don't deal
	with connection persistence here.
	(soup_queue_read_done_cb): Do it here instead. Disconnect the
	connection when appropriate.
	(proxy_connect, proxy_https_connect, proxy_https_connect_cb):
	Reference-count the connection properly. (I think.)

	* libsoup/soup-marshal.list: New, for SoupConnection's
	"disconnected" signal.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: add rules to build soup-marshal.[ch]

	* configure.in: Use AM_PATH_GLIB_2 rather than pkg-config, so that
	GLIB_GENMARSHAL gets set too.

2003-08-14  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-error.c: Fix a spelling mistake.

	* libsoup/*.c: Fix use of @/%/#/() in gtk-doc comments

2003-08-12  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c: Make this an abstract GObject. Tweak some
	of the interfaces around a little bit.

	* libsoup/soup-auth-basic.c: subclass for Basic auth

	* libsoup/soup-auth-digest.c: subclass for Digest auth

	* libsoup/soup-auth-ntlm.c: subclass for NTLM auth. Move all of
	the code from soup-ntlm.c here, and make it private.

	* libsoup/soup-ntlm.c: gone

	* libsoup/soup-misc.h: Remove the definition of SoupAuthType from
	here, and change the signature of SoupAuthorizeFn.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c: Use g_object_unref to free auths, use
	methods instead of directly access private fields.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c: Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c (soup_server_auth_free): Remove all
	NTLM references. We have no plans to implement server-side NTLM
	auth.

	* tests/auth-test.c (identify_auth): Update for auth api changes

2003-08-12  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in (GLIB): add gobject-2.0 to the PKG_CHECK_MODULES
	call

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Make this a GObject.
	(soup_address_ref, soup_address_unref): Gone.
	(soup_address_copy): Gone. Wasn't being used anyway.

	* libsoup/soup-dns.c: Move all of the DNS code and caching stuff
	here from soup-address.c, so that soup-address doesn't need to
	worry about trying to cache zero-ref addresses.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Make this a GObject. Use "guint"
	consistently for port numbers.
	(soup_socket_ref, soup_socket_unref): Gone.

	* libsoup/soup-private.h: Change the SoupSocket definition to be
	SoupSocketPrivate. (Still need to keep this here since soup-server
	pokes around in its internals.)
	(SOUP_MAKE_TYPE): Copied from gal's E_MAKE_TYPE.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (read_done_cb, write_done_cb): Unref the
	reader/writer rather than leaking them.

	* libsoup/*: Use GObject methods for socket/address refcounting
	
	* tests/auth-test.c (main)
	* tests/timeserver.c (main): Call g_type_init.

	* tests/get.c (main): Call g_type_init.
	(get_url, got_url): Fix some bugs that could make -r mode get into
	infinite loops downloading the same files over and over. Plug some
	memory leaks to make this more useful for valgrinding libsoup.

	* tests/simple-httpd.c (main): Call g_type_init. Set up a signal
	handler for SIGINT so we can exit cleanly, since valgrind won't
	give a leak report if you don't. Plug a few memory leaks.

	* tests/simple-proxy.c (main): Likewise	

2003-08-12  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	Pull over some new test programs from the soup-refactoring branch,
	along with the SoupUri changes they depend on.

	* tests/simple-httpd.c: A really simple HTTP server, to test the
	server code.

	* tests/simple-proxy.c: An even simpler HTTP proxy

	* tests/get.c: Add "-r" flag to recursively get files (thereby
	testing multiple-connections-at-once code). Also good for setting
	up a tree to use with simple-httpd.

	* tests/timeserver.c (main): Fix a bug. (s/ipv6/ipv4/ in the
	normal case)

	* tests/uri-parsing.c: Regression test for the new soup-uri.c

	* libsoup/soup-uri.c: Rewrite/update to conform to RFC 2396, and
	pull in some optimizations from camel-url. Also, make SoupProtocol
	a GQuark so we can still compare them with ==, but we can also
	recognize any protocol.
	(soup_uri_new_with_base): New, to merge base and relative URIs
	(soup_uri_to_string): Update this. Change the "show_password" flag
	(which we always passed FALSE for) to "just_path", for places that
	want the path+query without the protocol, host, etc.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_get_request_header): Just use
	soup_uri_to_string to generate the request URI.

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (compute_response, digest_auth_func): Use
	"soup_uri_to_path (uri, TRUE)" rather than trying to reassemble
	the URI by hand badly.
	* libsoup/soup-server-auth.c (parse_digest): Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-socks.c (soup_connect_socks_proxy): Change a
	switch() to an series of if()s since SOUP_PROTOCOL_* aren't
	constants any more.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (soup_context_uri_hash,
	soup_context_uri_equal): s/querystring/query/

2003-08-12  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump API version to 2.2 and package version to
	2.1.0. Remove NSS and OpenSSL checks and proxy-related config. Use
	libgnutls-config to find GNUTLS.

	* libsoup-2.2.pc.in: Update, and rename from soup-2.0.pc

	* Makefile.am: Update for pc file rename

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: s/2.0/2.2/ everywhere. Remove NSS, OpenSSL,
	and libsoup-ssl-proxy stuff.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl-proxy.c
	* libsoup/soup-nss.[ch]
	* libsoup/soup-openssl.[ch]: gone

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c: remove NSS and OpenSSL bits

	* tests/Makefile.am (get_LDADD, timeserver_LDADD,
	auth_test_LDADD): Update libsoup version

2003-08-07  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (soup_auth_lookup, soup_auth_set_context,
	soup_auth_invalidate): These are all really SoupContext functions,
	so move them to soup-context.c (and rename them appropriately).
	(soup_auth_get_protection_space): New method to get the
	"protection space" of an auth (paths where it is valid).
	(soup_auth_invalidate): New method to try to un-authenticate an
	auth (so we can keep the domain info cached even if the auth info
	is wrong).
	(basic_pspace_func): Basic protection space is all directories
	below the current one.
	(basic_invalidate_func): Clear the encoded username/password
	(digest_pspace_func): Digest protection space is either the whole
	server, or "what the domain parameter says" (though we don't deal
	with cross-host domains).
	(digest_invalidate_func): Return FALSE; bad digest auth info isn't
	cacheable.
	(digest_parse_func, digest_free): Set/free domain parameter
	(ntlm_pspace): NTLM protection space is always the whole server.
	(ntlm_invalidate): Clear the auth state.
	(soup_auth_new_ntlm): Make this non-static
	(SoupAuth): Replace the quad-state "status" field with an
	"authenticated" boolean.
	
	* libsoup/soup-private.h (SoupHost): Replace the "valid_auths"
	hash with separate "auth_realms" (path->realm) and "auths"
	(realm->auth) hashes. Also add a "use_ntlm" flag.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (soup_context_unref): Update SoupHost
	freeing code.
	(connection_free): Don't the connection's auth, just free it.
	(soup_context_lookup_auth): Formerly soup_auth_lookup, but now
	does two-stage lookup (path->realm then realm->auth) and also
	deals with NTLM hacks.
	(soup_context_update_auth): Mostly formerly soup_auth_set_context,
	but also large parts of authorize_handler. Updates the auth hashes
	based on information from a 401 or 407 response. Does a better job
	than authorize_handler did of not throwing away good information.
	(soup_context_preauthenticate): New; fakes up auth info so that
	requests will end up using authentication without the server
	needing to return an error first.
	(soup_context_authenticate_auth): Moved out of authorize_handler
	so it can be used at request-sending time too, if we know that we
	need it. (That way we can avoid requeuing the request if it isn't
	going to be able to be authenticated.)
	(soup_context_invalidate_auth): Sort of like the old
	soup_auth_invalidate, but only destroys the auth data, while still
	remembering the path->realm mapping.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (authorize_handler): Mostly moved into
	soup_context_update_auth.
	(maybe_validate_auth): Remove this; it was only useful because of
	bugs elsewhere in the auth handling.
	
	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_encode_http_auth): Update for
	soup_context_lookup_auth. If the returned auth isn't
	authenticated, call soup_context_authenticate_auth() on it.

	* tests/auth-test.c: New (from soup-refactoring branch). Tests
	that the Basic/Digest auth code does the right thing. (TODO: find
	a good way to add NTLM tests too.)

	* tests/Makefile.am (check_PROGRAMS): add auth-test

2003-07-29  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: 1.99.25 ("Potato and Leek Soup")

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (requeue_read_finished,
	release_connection): Free the passed-in body data. Otherwise the
	response body ends up getting leaked on most 3xx and 4xx
	responses.
	(soup_message_cleanup): Remove a piece of code that didn't
	actually do anything and its associated confused comment.

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (ntlm_free): plug an occasional NTLM auth leak

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (connection_free): plug a non-occasional
	NTLM auth leak.

2003-06-26  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Version 1.99.24

2003-06-24  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Check pkgconfig for openssl, since 0.9.7 (a) uses
	it, and (b) depends on lots of new things sometimes (like on RH9).

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c: 
	* libsoup/soup-ssl-proxy.c: Change #ifdef HAVE_OPENSSL_SSL_H to
	just #ifdef HAVE_OPENSSL since the header check doesn't get run in
	the pkgconfig case

2003-06-19  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_read_done_cb): unref the
	old read_tag before changing/clearing it.
	(soup_queue_write_done_cb): Likewise with the write_tag.

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (issue_final_callback): ref the reader
	around the stop+callback.
	(soup_transfer_write_cb): Likewise.

2003-06-12  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (SoupReader, SoupWriter): add a
	ref_count field.
	(soup_transfer_read, create_writer): Set initial ref_count to 2
	(one for soup-transfer, one for the caller).
	(soup_transfer_read_ref, soup_transfer_read_unref): ref/unref a
	reader
	(soup_transfer_read_stop): Clears the GIOChannel callbacks and
	drops soup-transfer's ref.
	(soup_transfer_read_cancel): Now just a stop+unref
	(soup_transfer_write_ref, soup_transfer_write_unref,
	soup_transfer_write_stop, soup_transfer_write_cancel): Similarly.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_cleanup): when setting up
	the "finish reading" callbacks, unref the reader so it will be
	destroyed once it's done reading.
	(soup_message_requeue): Likewise.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_read_headers_cb): Update for
	prototype change (no longer returns a SoupTransferDone).
	(soup_queue_read_chunk_cb): Likewise.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (read_headers_cb): Likewise

2003-06-11  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c: Change all functions to take a
	SoupReader * or SoupWriter * instead of a guint.

	* libsoup/soup-private.h (SoupMessagePrivate): make read_tag and
	write_tag pointers instead of guints.

2003-06-02  Chris Toshok  <toshok@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c: remove #include for soup-nss.h

2003-06-02  Chris Toshok  <toshok@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am (INCLUDES): remove NSS_CFLAGS.
	(libsoup_2_0_la_LIBADD): remove NSS_LIBS.
	(libsoup_2_0_la_SOURCES): remove soup-nss.[ch]

2003-06-02  Chris Toshok  <toshok@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump version to 1.99.23.

2003-05-30  Chris Toshok  <toshok@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_error_cb): always force a
	reconnect when there's an error with ssl connection.  This fixes
	#43387, but it runs the risk of sending requests multiple times to
	the exchange server, and it results in lots of shorter lived
	connections and more forking (in the ssl proxy case), depending on
	the length of the operation.

2003-05-21  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: 1.99.22 (codename: French Onion Soup)

2003-05-20  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_requeue): Clear the
	write_tag as well so we don't double-cancel it. #43395.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_error_cb): The connection might
	be destroyed by the end of the func, so we have to call
	soup_connection_set_used at the beginning.

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c (soup_openssl_read, soup_openssl_write):
	Call g_set_error() so that we don't SEGV immediately after
	returning G_IO_STATUS_ERROR.

2003-05-08  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump version to 1.99.21

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (proxy_connect): If the proxy HTTPS
	tunnelling fails, the other message which shares our same
	connection will free it first, so set ours to NULL.

2003-05-08  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-auth.c (ntlm_auth): If the auth status is PENDING,
	return an NTLM request string. Otherwise return the "response"
	field (which should include the NTLM authenticate message)
	(ntlm_init): Don't bother setting "response" to the NTLM request
	string. Just leave it NULL in that case.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (authorize_handler): Never try to reuse
	an NTLM auth returned from soup_auth_lookup. Only set the auth on
	the connection when it's SOUP_AUTH_STATUS_SUCCESSFUL. Otherwise,
	call soup_auth_set_context() on it just like for non-NTLM auth.
	The net effect of all of this is that now we record when a context
	needs NTLM auth just like with non-NTLM auth, so that that info
	gets preserved across connections.
	(soup_message_requeue): No longer need the hackery here to
	preserve the connection auth state.

2003-05-07  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (soup_connection_set_in_use): New, to
	toggle the connection's in_use flag, and set up the death watch
	when it's not in use.
	(connection_death): This is only hooked up when the connection is
	not in use now, so don't need to check that. Should fix the
	infinite connection_death loop.
	(soup_connection_is_new): Keep a distinct "new" flag rather than
	defining "new" as "has been released at least once".
	(soup_connection_set_used): Mark a connection no-longer new.
	(soup_context_connect_cb): Mark the connection as new. Don't set
	up the death watch since it's in_use.
	(try_existing_connections): Use soup_connection_set_in_use.
	(soup_connection_release): Likewise

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (requeue_read_finished): Call
	soup_connection_set_used so that the connection isn't still
	considered new when we send the message the second time.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_error_cb): Call
	soup_connection_set_used (assuming we don't close the connection)
	(soup_queue_read_done_cb): Likewise.

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (soup_transfer_read_cb): If we read
	nothing, call soup_transfer_read_error_cb rather than just
	cancelling, or else it will get cancelled again later.

2003-05-07  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* soup-2.0.pc.in (Libs): Don't put @OPENSSL_LIBS@ here; the
	library doesn't depend on them, only the proxy does. #42473

2003-05-06  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* src/libsoup/soup-message.c (global_handlers): Change the
	redirect handler to be a RESPONSE_ERROR_CLASS_HANDLER for
	SOUP_ERROR_CLASS_REDIRECT rather than a RESPONSE_HEADER_HANDLER
	for "Location" to get around the non-64-bit-clean union
	initialization pointed out by Jeremy Katz <katzj@redhat.com>.
	(redirect_handler): Update for that.

2003-04-28  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: 1.99.20

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (soup_transfer_read_error_cb): Make sure
	we always call UNIGNORE_CANCEL. Might fix #41971

2003-04-25  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_error_cb): if an old connection
	suddenly gets an io error while reading or writing, assume it's a
	timeout or something, close the connection, and requeue the
	message.

2003-04-23  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_cleanup): Don't set up the
	soup-transfer callbacks to keep reading off the connection unless
	we're actually going to keep the connection around afterward.
	Otherwise we can just close it.

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c: Re-kludge the awful IGNORE_CANCEL
	thingy so that it's possible to cancel a read from inside a
	callback so that the above change actually works instead of just
	crashing.

2003-04-20  Rodney Dawes  <dobey@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Up version to 1.99.18
	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Line separator after GNUTLS_CFLAGS
	
2003-04-11  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (soup_connection_purge_idle): New
	function to close all idle connections. (Needed for #41117 or else
	there's no way to force-discard NTLM authentication.)

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_shutdown): Use it

2003-04-10  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (proxy_https_connect):
	proxy_https_connect_cb() might not get called if connecting to the
	proxy fails, and it causes us to double-free the connection.
	Always set the message's connection to NULL before freeing it.

2003-04-09  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: 1.99.17

2003-04-07  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (connection_death): Revert Joe's changes.
	We can't release the connection there because there may be
	SoupMessages still pointing to it. (Needs to be revisited.)

2003-04-03  JP Rosevear  <jpr@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c (soup_ssl_hup_waitpid): guard against EINTR
	error during waitpid

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: ditto

2003-04-02  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (connection_death): Only drop the
	connection if we get an error condition on the channel.  Fixes a
	double-free.

2003-04-02  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (connection_death): Just call
	soup_connection_release() from here and return whether the
	connection is in use.

2003-03-31  Ian Peters  <itp@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c (soup_gnutls_close): loop on gnutls_bye in
	case of EAGAIN or EINTR, since shutting down an SSL connection
	requires more than just closing a socket.

2003-03-28  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_set_context): If the new
	context points to a different server from the old context, call
	soup_message_cleanup. Otherwise it tries to reuse the old
	connection...

2003-03-25  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.16

2003-03-24  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* soup-error.[ch]: Add SOUP_ERROR_SSL_FAILED which gives a
	slightly better error message on various SSL failures than the
	previous message.

	* soup-queue.c (soup_queue_error_cb): Throw the
	SOUP_ERROR_SSL_FAILED error when we fail an SSL handshake.

2003-03-21  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* soup-server.c: Use non-deprecated g_main_loop_* calls
	throughout.
	(soup_server_unref): Don't unref the main loop if it's NULL.
	Fixes a glib warning.

2003-03-18  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: comment out NSS checks. The NSS code doesn't work
	and there are no current plans to fix it.

	* README (Features): Mention GnuTLS, remove NSS and the rest of
	the "Planned Features" section.

	* MAINTAINERS: remove Alex

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c (soup_openssl_get_iochannel): Bump the
	timeout to 10 seconds (and get rid of the 3 tries) so we don't
	fail to connect just because the server is slow/far away.

2003-03-17  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.15.

2003-03-12  Ian Peters  <itp@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-gnutls.c: because creating client credentials is
	expensive, keep the same one around as long as possible, only
	recreating it if the ssl_ca_file changes.  Wrap
	gnutls_certificate_credentials in a refcounted struct to avoid
	freeing it while another established connection may potentially
	need it (say, to rehandshake).

2003-03-11  Frank Belew  <frb@ximian.com>

	* soup-2.0.pc.in: add ssl libs to defaults, since ssl doesn't 
	use pkgconfig

2003-03-10  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.14.

	* configure.in, libsoup/Makefile.am, libsoup/soup.gnutls.[ch],
	libsoup/soup-ssl.c: Add support for GnuTLS.  Patch from Ian
	Peters.

2003-03-07  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.13.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (soup_context_connect_cb): Add G_IO_IN to
	the list of conditions to watch.  If the remote end hangs up the
	connection, we'll get a successful read of 0 bytes, not a HUP.
	The connection will have to be released by the point we check for
	it in connection_death().

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (soup_queue_error_cb): Get rid of some
	(apparently) errant resetting of the read and write tags.  I think
	this might have been causing some reentrancy and crashes.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_get_iochannel): Set the IO
	channel to NULL encoding and not buffered.

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (soup_transfer_read_cb): Remove some
	incorrect comments.

2003-02-28  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.12.

	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (soup_transfer_read_cb): We can get a
	header_len of 0 and a total_read of 0 in the case of a SIGPIPE; in
	this case we probably don't want to call the error callback, we
	just want to act like our transfer was cancelled.

2003-02-27  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	Try to apply some order to the iochannel refcounting...

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.11.

	* libsoup/soup-context.c (soup_connection_get_iochannel): The
	connections needs to own a reference to the iochannel!  If we're
	using HTTPS, release the ref we get from soup_socket_get_iochannel
	and replace it with the ref we get from soup_ssl_get_iochannel().
	Then, always ref the channel that we return (ugh, but that's the
	soup way).
	(connection_free): Release the connection's ref to the iochannel.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c (soup_ssl_get_iochannel_real): Ref the
	iochannel. The reference we pass back will be owned by the
	connection.
	(soup_ssl_hup_waitpid): Release our ref.

2003-02-27  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.10.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c (soup_ssl_get_iochannel_real): Ref the
	iochannel, return to the status quo.  Sigh.

2003-02-26  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.9.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c (soup_ssl_hup_waitpid): Comment out the unref,
	it's causing problems with HTTPS and proxies; the iochannel
	refcounting is waaaaaay horked.

2003-02-26  Frank Belew  <frb@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: added workaround to link ssl-proxy statically

2003-02-11  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.8 for snaps.

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_gethostbyname): Fix this for Solaris.
	It returns the address to the resulting hostent or NULL on failure,
	unlike Linux which returns an error code.

2003-02-11  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.7 for snaps.

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c (soup_openssl_get_iochannel): Print out
	the error string from OpenSSL if we can't establish a connection.

2003-02-04  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.6 for snaps.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (destroy_message): We already assigned
	chan, so don't reassign it, and unref it in all cases.
	(issue_bad_request): Always unref after a call to
	soup_socket_get_iochannel(), because it refs it.
	(conn_accept): Fix some funky GIOChannel reffing here.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c (soup_ssl_get_iochannel_real): Don't call
	g_io_channel_ref() on the socket.  This is the exact opposite of
	what we want to do.  Create a temporary structure containing the
	parent pid and the old socket and unref the socket when our
	callback is called.  This should fix GIOChannels being leaked on
	SSL connections.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl-proxy.c: Always close the GIOChannels after the
	main loop quits.

2003-01-22  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Bump up to 1.99.5 for the snaps.

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_new): If we found the
	address in our hash, we need to return NULL or else Soup will
	think we're doing an async lookup and do some cancellation on
	us.  Besides, we were returning the wrong type anyway and it
	was crashing things.

2003-01-17  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-ssl-proxy.c (soup_ssl_proxy_readwrite): It's not
	uncommon for us to get a G_IO_ERROR_AGAIN when trying to write
	out, so keep trying until we succeed.

2003-01-10  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c (verify_cb): Load some X509 and SSL error
	strings and print out the error when the cert can't verify.

2003-01-09  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_gethostbyname): Fix a memcpy
	overrun noticed by valgrind

2002-12-20  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_new_with_host): Added.
	Starts a server only on the interface specified, instead of all
	network interfaces.

2002-12-16  Jeremy Katz  <katzj@redhat.com>

	* configure.in: use $libdir instead of /usr/lib when looking for
	libraries

2002-12-11  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (proxy_https_connect_cb): I am an idiot.
	Don't set a variable to NULL and then immediately try to
	dereference it.

2002-12-09  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c (soup_openssl_get_iochannel): Put a
	timeout on the select()s when we get SSL_ERROR_WANT_READ/WRITE so
	we don't hang forever if we don't get more data.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl-proxy.c (main): Don't set our fds to blocking
	or else we'll hang forever in SSL_connect() if the other side
	hangs up.

	* libsoup/soup-queue.c (proxy_https_connect_cb): We never want to
	release the connection on message free, even if the connection was
	unsuccessful.

2002-12-03  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-ssl.c (soup_ssl_get_iochannel_real): Call
	g_io_channel_set_close_on_unref() on the second half of the socket
	pair so we don't leak file descriptors.

2002-12-03  Frank Belew	 <frb@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: add signal.h to the list of headers to 
	pick up SIGKILL
	
2002-11-25  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* Makefile.am: Build the tests directory again

2002-11-21  Rodney Dawes  <dobey@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Don't require autoconf 2.5x, needs to work with 2.13
	
2002-11-20  Michael Meeks  <michael@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: require autoconf 2.52 not 2.53.

2002-11-18  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_hash): Don't use s6_addr32
	since it's apparently non-portable. Use s6_addr instead.
	(soup_gethostbyaddr): fix a sometimes-uninitialized variable.

	* libsoup/soup-error.c: Fix spelling of
	SOUP_ERROR_MOVED_PERMANENTLY and its description.

	* libsoup/soup-message.c (soup_message_get_request_header, etc):
	Remove long-deprecated API.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c (soup_socket_connect): remove unused
	variable.

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c (soup_openssl_read): Use gsize.
	* libsoup/soup-server.c (cgi_read): Likewise
	* libsoup/soup-socks.c (soup_socks_write, soup_socks_read):
	Likewise.
	* libsoup/soup-ssl-proxy.c (soup_ssl_proxy_readwrite): Likewise.
	* libsoup/soup-transfer.c (soup_transfer_read_cb,
	soup_transfer_write_cb): Likewise.

	* tests/timeserver.c: Add "-6" to listen on the IPv6 local address
	instead of IPv4. (Tested on OS X.)

2002-11-15  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/*: Change old Helix Code refs to Ximian (and update
	copyright dates).

2002-11-15  Frank Belew  <frb@ximian.com>

	* tests/Makefile.am: uncomment lines to make timeserver build 
	correctly
	
2002-11-14  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c (soup_address_new): When we get an
	address from the hash, call our address lookup callback or else
	the connection will hang.

2002-11-13  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* tests/timeserver.c: Oops, commit this.

	* tests/Makefile.am (noinst_PROGRAMS): reenable timeserver.

2002-11-13  Joe Shaw  <joe@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Replace the BINDIR define with LIBEXECDIR.
	(install-exec-hook): Install libsoup-ssl-proxy into libexecdir
	instead of bindir.

	* libsoup/soup-openssl.c (soup_openssl_close): Call SSL_shutdown()
	to properly shut down the SSL connection before closing the
	socket.

	* libsoup/soup-ssl-proxy.c (soup_ssl_proxy_readwrite): Close the
	iochannels before quitting the main loop.

	* tests/Makefile.am: disable building timeserver, the source file
	wasn't added.

2002-11-12  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* configure.in: Check for IPv6 support in networking headers.

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Make the internal structure of
	SoupAddress entirely private, and make SoupAddress be more like a
	hostent and less like a sockaddr. (Ie, make it not have a port
	associated with it.) Document undocumented functions. Add
	completely-untested support for IPv6.
	(soup_address_new_from_sockaddr): New, to parse a sockaddr into a
	SoupAddress and a port.
	(soup_address_ipv4_any, soup_address_ipv6_any): Return static
	addresses corresponding to the IPv6 and IPv6 "any" addresses.
	(soup_address_get_canonical_name): Use inet_ntop/inet_ntoa.
	(soup_address_make_sockaddr): Now constructs a new sockaddr, which
	may be a sockaddr_in or sockaddr_in6.
	(soup_address_gethostname, soup_address_gethostaddr): Remove
	these. They aren't reliable, especially on multihomed hosts.
	(soup_gethostbyname, soup_gethostbyaddr): support IPv6
	(soup_address_new): Keep pending lookups in a separate hash table
	from completed lookups. Fix a bug when canceling a lookup when
	there was more one outstanding request for it.
	(soup_address_lookup_in_cache): Removed.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Add a port field to SoupSocket (since
	it's not in SoupAddress any more).
	(soup_socket_connect): Simplify this. Don't use
	soup_address_lookup_in_cache, just call soup_address_new, since we
	already know the code can deal with the callback being invoked
	immediately.
	(soup_socket_new_sync, soup_socket_new): Take a port argument.
	(soup_socket_server_new): Take a SoupAddress to use as the local
	address to bind to. This lets the caller choose between the IPv4
	and IPv6 "any" addresses, and also lets you bind to a single
	interface of a multi-homed machine.
	(soup_socket_server_accept, soup_socket_server_try_accept): Merge
	the common code.

	* libsoup/soup-server.c (soup_server_new): Pass
	soup_address_ipv4_any() to soup_socket_server_new().

	* libsoup/soup-socks.c (soup_connect_socks_proxy,
	soup_socks_write): Fix up for the API changes, but it won't work
	with IPv6 yet.

	* tests/timeserver.c: Another really simple test, for the server
	socket code.

	* tests/Makefile.am: build timeserver

2002-11-11  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* libsoup/soup-address.c: Move the SoupAddress code from
	soup-socket.c and soup-socket-unix.c to here.

	* libsoup/soup-socket.c: Move the remaining code from
	soup-socket-unix.c here.

	* libsoup/soup-socket-unix.c: Gone

	* tests/get.c: really really trivial test program

	* configure.in (AC_OUTPUT):
	* Makefile.am (SUBDIRS): add tests/

2002-11-05  Dan Winship  <danw@ximian.com>

	* Split libsoup out of soup. ChangeLog.old contains the original
	soup ChangeLog.

	* Makefile.am, etc: Fix things up to work with the new directory
	layout. Disable docs until we fix them.

	* autogen.sh: Use gnome-autogen.sh

	* configure.in: Require autoconf 2.53. Remove stuff that was only
	needed for httpd or wsdl code. Remove glib1 support. Bump version
	to 2.0.

	* libsoup/Makefile.am: Rename library to libsoup-2.0, put includes
	in ${includedir}/soup-2.0
	
	* libsoup/*: Merge soup-0-7 back onto the trunk. Remove
	SOAP-specific stuff, Windows support, and other things that
	weren't being maintained.

	* soup-config.in, soupConf.sh: Kill these. We only support
	pkg-config now.