We are pleased to announce version 0.10.0 of igluctl
Igluctl is a CLI application for common Iglu registry tasks. You can find out more about igluctl on our docs site here.
Igluctl commands that require interaction with an Iglu server (i.e.
static keygen) require the host name (or IP address and port) to be passed to the command. When igluctl makes a request to that host, if a redirect response comes back, igluctl will now follow redirects up to a max of 20 redirects. This is helpful if your Iglu server is behind a proxy.
We had code in place to make it possible for to stay compatible with Iglu Server pre-0.6.0 versions. Now that it has been more than two years since 0.6.0 has been released, we are dropping that support.
To use igluctl 0.10.0, your iglu server needs to be running at least version 0.6.0.
More details re: dependency bumps and other behind the scenes changes here.