[Backgroundrb-devel] [ANN] BackgrounDRb 1.0.3 release ( Requiem for a dream )
gethemant at gmail.com
Sat Mar 1 22:40:08 EST 2008
On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 9:06 AM, hemant <gethemant at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> BackgrounDRb 1.0.3 is available now. This release contains several bug
> fixes, cleanups, test case coverage and brand new documentation.
> A brief ChangeLog:
> 2008-02-28 hemant kumar <hemant at shire>
> * fixed some meory leaks.
> * Implemented cleaner API for invoking tasks in workers
> * Updated the documentation
> 2008-02-25 hemant kumar <hemant at shire>
> * Commited Patch by Alex which lets BackgrounDRb to have command line
> arguments and loading of specific environments
> through command line argument.
> 2008-02-14 hemant kumar <hemant at shire>
> * Added TestCases for Cron Triggers, Meta Workers and stuff. We are
> heading towards proper code coverage with test/spec.
> * Added preliminary support for starting a worker on demand through
> scheduler. What it means is, when you have a worker which is getting
> scheduled very less frequently and you don't want the worker to
> persist, you can ask BackgrounDRb to restart the worker on each
> * Fixed some unreported issues with writing data to socket between
> workers and stuff.
> * Fixed issues with too many open connections, because connections
> were not getting closed. BackgrounDRb now opens only one connection,
> which is
> reused throughout the lifecycle of rails application.
> * Fixed all outstanding issues with Cron triggers, BackgrounDRb now
> explicitly depends on "chronic" gem.
> * Removed Framework directory and BackgrounDRb now explicitly depends
> on packet gem.
> We also did lot of work on documentation and new docs are available at:
> * Dale cook for helping out with documentation.
> * Alex for awesome patches.
> * Ezra and Skaar for taking BackgrounDRb so far.
> * Francis Cianfrocca for EventMachine and inspiration.
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