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pylibmc 1.3.0

Quick and small memcached client for Python

`pylibmc` is a Python client for `memcached <http://memcached.org/>`_ written in C.

See `the documentation at sendapatch.se/projects/pylibmc/`__ for more information.

__ http://sendapatch.se/projects/pylibmc/

.. image:: https://travis-ci.org/lericson/pylibmc.png?branch=master
   :target: https://travis-ci.org/lericson/pylibmc

Contact
=======

- Website: `sendapatch.se/ <http://sendapatch.se/>`_
- Github: `github.com/lericson <http://github.com/lericson>`_
- IRC: ``lericson`` in ``#sendapatch`` on ``chat.freenode.net``
- E-mail: ``ludvig`` at ``sendapatch.se``

Change Log
==========

New in version 1.3.0
--------------------

Because there ain't nothing better than releasing software in the spring time.

Lots of improvements have come about in just about every corner of the library,
thanks to *seventeen different authors* over almost *20 pull requests*.
Amazing.

- Added touch support
- Added compress_level
- Added weighted distribution
- Added automated benchmarking utility
- Added Travis CI and build status
- Added behavior dead_timeout
- Added behaviors tcp_keepalive
- Added behavior callback_prefix_key
- Lots of bug tuning, fixes, tests, and documentation

Last but not least I would like to ask for your support in this project, either by helping out with development, testing, documentation or anything at all; or simply by donating some `magic internet money`__ to the project's Bitcoin address `12dveKhqiJWCY8zXT4kaHdHELXPeGAUo9h`__

__ http://static.adzerk.net/Advertisers/5af77cf0094d4303bb308b955dd05992.jpg
__ bitcoin:12dveKhqiJWCY8zXT4kaHdHELXPeGAUo9h

Lastly, thanks in particular to the authors of this release: Abramowitz,
Baklanov, Bergström, Borisov, Branson, Brown, Ericson., Hansche, Hlodversson,
King, Kowalak, McFague, Moura, Noguchi, Schurter, Shurter, and Wong.

New in version 1.2.0
--------------------

This release is for the people behind `reddit.com`__, for helping push
development forward. Keep doing your thing.

__ http://code.reddit.com/

- `semver.org`__ versioning scheme
- Fixed GIL issues
- Added CAS support (ketralnis)
- Added SASL authentication (Remoun)
- Added more detail to errors (spladug)
- Added mapping-like behavior for clients
- Fixed build errors on Mac OS X
- Moved to nose__ for testing
- Added ``auto_eject`` behavior
- Added ``num_replicas`` behavior
- Added ``remove_failed`` behavior
- Removed ``cache_lookups`` behavior
- Improved repr of clients (noah256)
- Improved IPv6 support (JshWright)
- Improved pooling behavior so it doesn't cause lock-ups
- Improved tests and testing foundation
- Improved documentation and structure
- Internalized Sphinx documentation
- Bunch of other stuff

__ http://semver.org/
__ http://somethingaboutorange.com/mrl/projects/nose/

New in version 1.1
------------------

- Removed deprecated space-based behavior names.
- Acquire and release the GIL properly, thanks ketralnis__
- Add support for ``libmemcached 0.40``
- Included a more useful command-line interface
- Fixed handling of NUL-byte keys in ``get_multi`` in binary protocol
- Fixed some valgrind-reported memory warnings
- Fixed bogus usage of time argument for delete.
- 1.1.1: Fixed tests under Python 2.5

__ http://www.ketralnis.com/

New in version 1.0
------------------

- Lots of documentation fixes and other nice things like that.
- Nailed what appears to be the last outstanding memory leak.
- Explicitly require libmemcached 0.32 or newer.

New in version 0.9
------------------

- Added a ``get_stats`` method, which behaves exactly like
  `python-memcached`'s equivalent.
- Gives the empty string for empty memcached values like `python-memcached`
  does.
- Added exceptions for most `libmemcached` return codes.
- Fixed an issue with ``Client.behaviors.update``.

New in version 0.8
------------------

- Pooling helpers are now available. See ``pooling.rst`` in the distribution.
- The binary protocol is now properly exposed, simply pass ``binary=True`` to
  the constructor and there you go.
- Call signatures now match `libmemcached` 0.32, but should work with older
  versions. Remember to run the tests!

New in version 0.7
------------------

- Restructured some of the code, which should yield better performance (if not
  for that, it reads better.)
- Fixed some memory leaks.
- Integrated changes from `amix.dk`, which should make pylibmc work under
  Snow Leopard.
- Add support for the boolean datatype.
- Improved test-runner -- now tests ``build/lib.*/_pylibmc.so`` if available,
  and reports some version information.
- Support for x86_64 should now work completely.
- Builds with Python 2.4, tests run fine, but not officially supported.
- Fixed critical bugs in behavior manipulation.

New in version 0.6
------------------

- Added compatibility with `libmemcached` 0.26, WRT error return codes.
- Added `flush_all` and `disconnect_all` methods.
- Now using the latest pickling protocol.

New in version 0.5
------------------

- Fixed lots of memory leaks, and added support for `libmemcached` 0.23.
- Also made the code tighter in terms of compiler pedantics.

New in version 0.4
------------------

- Renamed the C module to `_pylibmc`, and added lots of `libmemcached` constants
  to it, as well as implemented behaviors.
 
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