Safely weekend updates

I took some time today and released three new versions of Safely in a row, 0.1.0, 0.2.0 and 0.3.0. Safely also has a nice wiki now which breaks down exactly how to use the different parts.

I’m just going to summarize here, you can find more information in the repo and on the wiki.

Worth noting is the backtrace support in 0.3.0, which to me has been a super reliable feature of daemon-kit. When your program dies spontaneously (or from an unhandled exception), you’re usually left to wonder what just happened. With the new Backtrace class you will get the insight you require on a per-process basis in their own logs. Check out the Backtrace page on the wiki for more information.

I think for the time being I’m done with Safely, unless some bugs pop in. I’m contemplating a Rack middleware as well, but I fear for duplicating the efforts of others. If you’d like to have a Safely middleware, file an issue on Github (or vote it up if someone beat you to it).

I’m looking forward to ripping out this functionality from daemon-kit and bundling in Safely to do the dirty work. It is much better tested than daemon-kit’s implementation and feels cleaner overall.

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