Habitat 0.88.0 Released

We are happy to announce the release of Habitat 0.88.0. We’ve got some nice changes to highlight this time.

First, there are now hab pkg download and hab pkg bulkupload commands, which should help greatly when syncing packages from one Builder instance to another (among other use cases). If you’re running an on-premises Builder (or even if you’re not!), check them out.

Next up, we’ve got optimizations around health checking on Windows. Instead of spinning up a new Powershell instance for each hook, we now reuse one, which means your CPU will take less of a beating.

And, if you’re running Habitat in restricted networks, we now allow you to manually specify the value for sys.ip to allow binds to work properly.

For further details, read on. If you just want the binaries, head on over to Install Habitat. Thanks!

0.88.0 (2019-10-15)

Full Changelog

New Features & Enhancements

Bug Fixes

  • HTTP 200 indicates successful response from hab bldr channel delete #7002 (jeremymv2)
  • pass supervisor pid to named pipe server instead of querying it from server to fix win7 #6998 (mwrock)
  • set connection header to close on all ApiClient requests #6993 (mwrock)
  • do not inject studio environment with ctl_secret from cli.toml #6988 (mwrock)
  • use -file instead of -command when forwarding args to hab-studio.ps1 so that args are passed as individual args and not as a single string #6985 (mwrock)

Merged Pull Requests

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