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Housekeeping changes; cleanup and README

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-This is the Change Log for the Deacon push notifications library.
-
-=== Version 0.1.1_alpha ===
-
-Corrects the following defects:
-
-* Adds bounds-checking on passed parameters
-* Attempts to eliminate leaked BroadcastReceiver object when used in Android
-
-=== Version 0.1.0_alpha ===
-
-This is the initial public release of the Deacon library.
-
-* Basic push notification capability; subscribe, receive, unsubscribe
-* Connect to a single Meteor server, create multiple subscriptions
-* Basic network connectivity awareness when used in Android
-* Delivery of push notifications, errors and connectivity status updates via context callbacks
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-This is the top-level of the Deacon push notifications library.
-
-=== README ===
+h1. README
The Deacon Project aims to produce an open-source push notifications library for the Android platform. "Deacon" is a Java class library used by Android developers to receive Push notifications from a Meteor comet web server. "Deacon-Demo" (http://github.com/davidrea/Deacon-Demo/) is an Android app that is used for testing and demonstration of Deacon, and is also developed by members of the Deacon project.
@@ -10,7 +8,7 @@ http://github.com/davidrea/Deacon
http://wiki.github.com/davidrea/Deacon/
http://www.meteorserver.org/
-=== WHAT'S HERE ===
+h1. WHAT'S HERE
src/ ....... Source tree, containing all Deacon source files
@@ -18,7 +16,7 @@ doc/ ....... Documentation, including design models and API reference
COPYING* ... License files
-=== ECLIPSE CONFIGURATION ===
+h1. ECLIPSE CONFIGURATION
To develop or test Deacon in Eclipse:
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5) Click the "Add Library..." and add a JUnit library to the project.
6) Ensure the JUnit library has higher precedence than the android.jar file.
-=== SUPPORT ===
+h1. SUPPORT
Quick start instructions are located in the "Overview" section of the API reference.
-If you need help with Deacon, or would like to contribute to the project, please visit the project mailing list at http://www.deaconproject.org/mailing-list/
+If you need help with Deacon, or would like to contribute to the project, please visit the project mailing list at http://www.deaconproject.org/mailing-list/
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