cool.io has a cool new version... 1.1.0

Website: http://coolio.github.com/
Github: https://github.com/tarcieri/cool.io

cool.io provides a snazzy Sinatra-like DSL for building event-driven
applications in Ruby. It's kind of like Node.js or EventMachine, but if
cool.io were a sharply dressed man in a tuxedo with the funkiest hair you've
ever seen, EventMachine would be the unshaven nasty smelling bum wearing a
potato sack covered in his own vomit. Node.js would be the crazy white guy
with an afro in pink sunglasses and wearing retro white polyester disco garb
who won't stop doing the robot. While disturbing on some levels and evoking
thoughts of "what the hell is wrong with that man?", at some level you must
admire his coordination and technical dance prowess. All that said, Cool.io
is built on the same event library as Node.js: libev.

Here are the changes in 1.1.0:

* Fix firing of Coolio::HttpClient#on_request_complete (#15)
* Fix failure to resolve Init_cool symbol on win32 mingw (#14)
* Fix closing /etc/hosts in the DNS resolver (#12)
* Refactor StatWatcher to pass pervious and current path state ala Node.js
* spec:valgrind Rake task to run specs under valgrind
* Use rake-compiler to build cool.io
* Upgrade to libev 4.04
* Switch from Jeweler to Bundler for the gem boilerplate

Enjoy!

-- 
Tony Arcieri