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Kaspar Schiess
Version bump
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0.2.4
Kaspar Schiess
Fix: Pushes JSON to redis
Kaspar Schiess
version bump
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0.2.3
Kaspar Schiess
Adds a verbose flag for the proxy
Kaspar Schiess
Fix: Proxy didn't work Fixes a broken proxy that wasn't tested properly at the last release.
Kaspar Schiess
Adds a test for configuration of proxy
Kaspar Schiess
Bugfix: Ignore missing SIGINFO
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0.2.2
Kaspar Schiess
Release
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0.2.1
Kaspar Schiess
History
Kaspar Schiess
Add 'shipped' default tag
Kaspar Schiess
Method signature change for decryption
Kaspar Schiess
Really transports queue name
Kaspar Schiess
Statistics display on SIGINFO (Ctrl+T)
Kaspar Schiess
Better handling of invalid messages
Kaspar Schiess
Version bump
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0.2.0
Kaspar Schiess
And a receiving end benchmark
Kaspar Schiess
Uses another gem for 2x perf improvement
Kaspar Schiess
A protocol benchmark: Sending
Kaspar Schiess
Documents the version change, version bump This is the release candidate - I will improve speed and then release it.
Kaspar Schiess
Uses protobuf for message framing Messages that are transmitted over the wire are now properly serialized and deserialized, using protobufs for framing. This allows versioning the clients and the proxy - should make it easier to update a whole park of machines.
Kaspar Schiess
rspec guard
Kaspar Schiess
Spec for encryption
Kaspar Schiess
Don't track Gemfile.lock
Kaspar Schiess
Version bump
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0.1.1
Kaspar Schiess
Use a random IV for every message
Kaspar Schiess
Disables sync so that speed doesn't depend on disk
Kaspar Schiess
Turns this into a gem
Kaspar Schiess
README for the project
Kaspar Schiess
Some optimisations, statistics This code can do about 2000 messages per second, sender and receiver and redis all on the same machine. This is good enough for now.
Kaspar Schiess
Removes gibberish, new encryption layer Should use less resources in most situations
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