Changelog

Changelog

Release 2.0.5

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

  • CHANGED: Initialization performance improvements (GH-128). [Thanks @casperisfine]

Release 2.0.4

  • FIXED: Fix a bug that caused the GEM to be published with the wrong version number in the gemspec (GH-121).

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 2.0.3

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 2.0.2

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 2.0.1

  • FIXED: Fix bug that prevented .valid? to reset the default rule

Release 2.0.0

  • NEW: Added PublicSuffix.domain # => sld.tld

  • NEW: Added the ability to disable the use of private domains either at runtime, in addition to the ability to not load the private domains section when reading the list (private_domains: false). This feature also superseded the private_domains class-level attribute, that is no longer available.

  • CHANGED: Considerable performance improvements (GH-92)

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

  • CHANGED: Removed deprecated PublicSuffix::InvalidDomain exception

  • CHANGED: If the suffix is now listed, then the prevaling rule is “*” as defined by the PSL algorithm (GH-91)

  • CHANGED: Input validation is performed only if you call PublicSuffix.parse or PublicSuffix.list

  • CHANGED: Input with leading dot is invalid per PSL acceptance tests

  • CHANGED: Removed private_domains class-level attribute. It is replaced by the private_domains: false option in the list parse method.

  • CHANGED: The default list now assumes you use UTF-8 for reading the input (GH-94),

  • REMOVED: Removed futile utility helpers such as Domain#rule, Domain#is_a_domain?, Domain#is_a_subdomain?, Domain#valid?. You can easily obtain the same result by having a custom method that reconstructs the logic, and/or calling PublicSuffix.{domain|parse}(domain.to_s).

Release 1.5.3

  • FIXED: Don’t duplicate rule indices when creating index (GH-77). [Thanks @ags]

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.5.2

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.5.1

  • FIXED: Ignore case for parsing and validating (GH-62)

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.5.0

  • CHANGED: Dropped support for Ruby < 2.0

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.4.6

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.4.5

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.4.4

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.4.3

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.4.2

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.4.1

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.4.0

  • CHANGED: Moved the definitions in the lib folder.

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.3.3

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.3.2

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.3.1

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.3.0

  • NEW: Ability to skip Private Domains (GH-28). [Thanks @rb2k]

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.2.1

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.2.0

  • NEW: Allow a custom List on PublicSuffix.parse (GH-26). [Thanks @itspriddle]

  • FIXED: PublicSuffix.parse and PublicSuffix.valid? crashes when input is nil (GH-20).

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.1.3

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.1.2

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.1.1

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.1.0

  • FIXED: #valid? and #parse consider URIs as valid domains (GH-15)

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

  • CHANGED: Removed deprecatd PublicSuffixService::RuleList.

Release 1.0.0

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 1.0.0.rc1

The library is now known as PublicSuffix.

Release 0.9.1

  • CHANGED: Renamed PublicSuffixService::RuleList to PublicSuffixService::List.

  • CHANGED: Renamed PublicSuffixService::List#list to PublicSuffixService::List#rules.

  • CHANGED: Renamed PublicSuffixService to PublicSuffix.

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 0.9.0

  • CHANGED: Minimum Ruby version increased to Ruby 1.8.7.

  • CHANGED: rake/gempackagetask is deprecated. Use rubygems/package_task instead.

Release 0.8.4

  • FIXED: Reverted bugfix for issue #12 for Ruby 1.8.6. This is the latest version compatible with Ruby 1.8.6.

Release 0.8.3

  • FIXED: Fixed ArgumentError: invalid byte sequence in US-ASCII with Ruby 1.9.2 (#12).

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions (#11).

  • CHANGED: Renamed definitions.txt to definitions.dat.

Release 0.8.2

  • NEW: Added support for rubygems-test.

  • CHANGED: Integrated Bundler.

  • CHANGED: Updated definitions.

Release 0.8.1

  • FIXED: The files in the release 0.8.0 have wrong permission 600 and can’t be loaded (#10).

Release 0.8.0

  • CHANGED: Update public suffix list to d1a5599b49fa 2010-10-25 15:10 +0100 (#9)

  • NEW: Add support for Fully Qualified Domain Names (#7)

Release 0.7.0

  • CHANGED: Using YARD to document the code instead of RDoc.

  • FIXED: RuleList cache is not recreated when a new rule is appended to the list (#6)

  • FIXED: PublicSuffixService.valid? should return false if the domain is not defined or not allowed (#4, #5)

Release 0.6.0

  • NEW: PublicSuffixService.parse raises DomainNotAllowed when trying to parse a domain name which exists, but is not allowed by the current definition list (#3)

      PublicSuffixService.parse("nic.do")
      # => PublicSuffixService::DomainNotAllowed
    
  • CHANGED: Renamed PublicSuffixService::InvalidDomain to PublicSuffixService::DomainInvalid

Release 0.5.2

  • CHANGED: Update public suffix list to 248ea690d671 2010-09-16 18:02 +0100

Release 0.5.1

  • CHANGED: Update public suffix list to 14dc66dd53c1 2010-09-15 17:09 +0100

Release 0.5.0

  • CHANGED: Improve documentation for Domain#domain and Domain#subdomain (#1).

  • CHANGED: Performance improvements (#2).

Release 0.4.0

  • CHANGED: Rename library from DomainName to PublicSuffixService to reduce the probability of name conflicts.

Release 0.3.1

  • Deprecated DomainName library.

Release 0.3.0

  • CHANGED: DomainName#domain and DomainName#subdomain are no longer alias of Domain#sld and Domain#tld.

  • CHANGED: Removed DomainName#labels and decoupled Rule from DomainName.

  • CHANGED: DomainName#valid? no longer instantiates new DomainName objects. This means less overhead.

  • CHANGED: Refactoring the entire DomainName API. Removed the internal on-the-fly parsing. Added a bunch of new methods to check and validate the DomainName.

Release 0.2.0

  • NEW: DomainName#valid?

  • NEW: DomainName#parse and DomainName#parse!

  • NEW: DomainName#valid_domain? and DomainName#valid_subdomain?

  • CHANGED: Make sure RuleList lookup is only performed once.

Release 0.1.0

  • Initial version