Chill v0.1.1 is now available. Chill is a client-side CouchDB library for the Rust programming language.
This release adds support for executing views, meaning an application using Chill can now use CouchDB for interesting work—and not merely as a document store.
This release also adds support for manipulating attachments—though only indirectly, as a consequence of actions that read or update documents. For example, an application can:
Consequently, the CouchDB server will contain the new attachment.
Here’s the full change_log.
My aim for future releases is to stick to a three-week release train, with each release containing whichever changes happen to make it in to the master branch during that time. I believe this schedule will work well until Chill provides broad coverage of the CouchDB API.
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