Squid-2 Roadmap

Overview

This document outlines the timeline for Squid-2.

today

Squid-2.x is CONSIDERED DANGEROUS as the security people say. Due to unfixed vulnerabilities CVE-2014-7141, CVE-2014-7142, CVE-2014-6270, CVE-2009-0801 and any other recently discovered issues.

Aug 2012

the Squid-2.7 series became OBSOLETE with the release of Squid-3.2 features

Aug 2011

Henrik announced end of Squid-2.x support and DEPRECATED Squid-2.7

May 2008

the active Squid developers are now concentrating all new features and developments at Squid-3 or later. If those versions do not meet your requirements please contact squid-dev about the missing features. The list to be ported is quite small and shrinking.

Release Map

The remaining Squid-2 plans are now planned for implementation later in the RoadMap.

  • Restructure the data paths:
    • Server -> Store buffer referencing (Complete; not integrated)

  • BEGUN (3.5+) Restructure HTTP request and reply paths to take advantage of buffer referencing

  • BEGUN (3.1+) Break out some code into separate library modules, including documentation and some unit testing

    • BEGUN (3.5+) memory management

    • debugging
    • BEGUN (3.5+) buffers

    • BEGUN (3.5+) strings

    • BEGUN (4.0+) http request parsing

    • BEGUN (3.6+) http reply construction

  • BEGUN (3.2+) Separate out client-side server-side code from caching logic

  • Split storage index lookup code to be fully asynchronous
  • Look at supporting sparse objects efficiently


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RoadMap/Squid2 (last edited 2015-03-13 13:47:41 by Amos Jeffries)