:mega: ktor 1.2.1 bugfix release has been publishe...
# ktor
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­čôú ktor 1.2.1 bugfix release has been published - Fixed module function lookup (regress, #1132) - Fixed SessionTransportTransformers application order (#1147) - Fixed double content length header in requests on older Androids (#1060) - Fixed receiving a byte channel crash on Android (#1140) - Fixed websocket sockets lifecyle on Jetty engine - Downgraded Gradle to reduce gradle metadata version
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Downgraded Gradle to reduce gradle metadata version
What's the overarching plan here for Jetbrains multiplatform libraries? I thought 0.4 and 1.0 metadata is compatible and publishing on the newest gradle version is fine as long as consumers also upgrade.
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Perfect, the one issue I was having with the CIO client (the HttpClient hanging outgoing requests for longer and longer) seems to have been fixed. Thanks guys!
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@russhwolf the problem is that it forces consumers to upgrade that is not always possible. For example, it is not that easy to upgrade an android project due to android toolchain and Android Studio requirements
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Ok that makes sense. I guess I've maybe been a little more cavalier about it with my own lib. But I think Android at least is fine with Gradle 5.4+ at the moment. Definitely had some issues there in the past though.