VersionReleased By Dependency changes Features Downloads/mo MSRV
0.26.0 Jul 20, 2021 Craig Colegrove 100 1.51~1.48
0.25.2 May 6, 2021 Craig Colegrove
  • publicsuffix
420 1.50~1.48
0.25.1 Jan 14, 2021 Craig Colegrove 2 1.49~1.48
0.25.0 Jan 8, 2021 Craig Colegrove
  • bytes 1.0.1
  • dashmap 4.0.2
  • itertools 0.10.1
  • recrypt 0.12.0
  • reqwest 0.11.4
  • tokio 1.0.3
1.49~1.48
0.24.1 Jan 14, 2021 Craig Colegrove 1.45~1.44
0.24.0 Dec 17, 2020 Clint Frederickson
  • base64 0.13.0
  • base64-serde 0.6.1
  • quick-error 2.0.1
1.45~1.46
0.23.1 Aug 28, 2020 Clint Frederickson 1.45~1.44
0.23.0 Jun 17, 2020 Craig Colegrove
  • jsonwebtoken
1.44
0.22.0 Jun 4, 2020 Craig Colegrove
  • base64 0.12.3
  • base64-serde 0.5.1
  • hex 0.4.3
  • percent-encoding 2.1.0
  • serde_derive
1.44
0.21.1 Apr 23, 2020 Colt Frederickson
  • tls-default
  • tls-rustls
  • tls-vendored-openssl
1.43~1.40
0.21.0 Mar 12, 2020 Colt Frederickson
  • ironcore-search-helpers
  • rand 0.7.3
  • rand_chacha 0.2.2
  • recrypt 0.11.1
  • beta
1.42~1.40
0.20.0 Mar 9, 2020 Craig Colegrove
  • itertools 0.9.0
  • recrypt 0.10.0
1.42~1.40
0.19.1 Mar 3, 2020 Craig Colegrove 1.41~1.40
0.19.0 Feb 12, 2020 Clint Frederickson 1.41~1.40
0.18.0 Feb 3, 2020 Clint Frederickson
  • async-trait
  • dashmap
  • blocking
1.41~1.40
0.17.0 Jan 16, 2020 Craig Colegrove
  • bytes 0.5.6
1.40~1.39
0.16.0 Dec 20, 2019 Craig Colegrove 1.40~1.37
0.15.0 Dec 16, 2019 Colt Frederickson 1.40~1.37
0.14.0 Nov 27, 2019
  • url
  • vec1
  • futures 0.3.16
  • reqwest 0.10.10
  • tokio 0.2.25
  • senv
1.39~1.37
0.13.0 Nov 1, 2019
  • recrypt 0.9.2
1.39~1.36
0.12.1 Oct 23, 2019
  • bytes
  • log
  • protobuf
  • protobuf-codegen-pure
  • publicsuffix
  • rand_chacha
  • recrypt 0.8.5
  • ring 0.16.20
1.38~1.36
0.12.0 Oct 15, 2019
0.11.0 Oct 10, 2019
0.10.1 Aug 20, 2019
0.10.0 Aug 9, 2019
0.9.0 Jul 23, 2019
0.8.0 Jul 14, 2019 1 1.36~1.33
0.7.0 Jun 14, 2019 1.35~1.31
0.6.1 May 7, 2019 1.34~1.31
0.6.0 May 3, 2019 1.34~1.31

Minimum Supported Rust Version (MSRV) is only approximate. A range of two versions means "oldest rustc verified to work ~ oldest rustc that might work". Actual MSRV will vary depending on crate features, target platform, and dependency versions. The data is estimated based on the latest stable Rust version available at the time the crate has been published and cargo check on Linux/x86-64.