npm rate-limiter-flexible 1.2.0
Never expiring keys + fixes

latest releases: 3.0.0, 2.4.2, 2.4.1...
3 years ago
  • All limiters support Never Expiring keys now. If limiter option duration is 0 or block method called with 0 duration, key is never expiring. Note: if you want to start using never expiring keys with already created MySQL or Postgres limiters, make sure database table is re-created or alter db table to allow expire column to be NULL.
  • Added IRateLimiterResOptions interface. Thank you Eladio Mora.
  • Tests configured to be checked by eslint now. Thanks @mkxml (issue #28)
  • Fixed typing for rateLimiterInstance.get(). Thanks @ephemer.
  • Fixed ExpressBruteFlexible reset works with ignoreIP option.
  • Added ExpressBruteFlexible prefix option for keys.

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