Commits

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Matt Ingenthron
Added to the README about packages, removed libmemcached mention.
Sebastian Hubbard
bumping up version number
Sebastian Hubbard
merge
Sebastian Hubbard
async methods exposed in python client. more robust error handling. async methods work
Mazdak Rezvani
Added License
Sebastian Hubbard
compiles and contains the bare minimum needed functions for an async client - now must implement callback side of the async deal
Sebastian Hubbard
a wild experiment with async calls
Sebastian Hubbard
more cleanup
Sebastian Hubbard
fix url
Sebastian Hubbard
cleanup
Sebastian Hubbard
cleanup
Sebastian Hubbard
removed unnecessary string copying. replicated ticket pool for events
paintcan
event_free timeouts after they trigger
Sebastian Hubbard
a python wrapper
Sebastian Hubbard
vestigial global
Sebastian Hubbard
added slab allocator for tickets for hassle free instance destruction
Sebastian Hubbard
integerated expiry, working on cas
Sebastian Hubbard
stubs of error handlers, new exception (for an as of yet unsupported operation)
Sebastian Hubbard
'internal' exceptions are thrown before operation specific exceptions can be thrown. no presumptions are made about the integrity of the libcouchbase instance
Sebastian Hubbard
should set context->result whenever possible
Sebastian Hubbard
starting to add real error handling to get callback handler. now return value distinguishes between an empty existing key and a non exisiting key
Sebastian Hubbard
appeasing the inane gods of type conformity
Sebastian Hubbard
corrected guarantee_buffer
Sebastian Hubbard
resizing buffer for results returned from libcouchbase
Sebastian Hubbard
introduced ticket pooling
Sebastian Hubbard
also forget that libevent hack
Sebastian Hubbard
some changes to make distutils config work on my machine. consistent callback ticketing
seba...@chango.com
pylibcb compiles. will need to adjust for work machine
seba...@chango.com
comitting extremely rough foundation for pylibcb. tracked down an (important) issue with the opaque example
seba...@chango.com
constructed an example python module that works with opaque c objects. unfortunately the CObjects api looks to be inferior to Capsules, but you need Python 2.7 to use those. upgrading won't be difficult though
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