This reverts commit 07e7945. Relative links such as this are not automatically fixed up by Github on the repository root page (not that I blame them). Using absolute links in the README would fix this, but I don't want to README to be even more tied to Github.
Docstrings and README.md were wrapped at 70 columns, which was not consistent with TUTORIAL.md, and uncomfortably short.
As Connection#release and #bury are meant to be even more low-level than the respective methods in Job, we keep the priority-preserving magic in Job and just use DEFAULT_PRIORITY as default in Connection. Fixes #11.
beanstalkc 0.2.0 is compatible with beanstalkd 1.4.3 and will work with any later 1.x release of beanstalkd. beanstalkc API changes compared to version 0.1.1: 6e282a0 Change YAML-related names for clarity INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: the optional parameter `decode_yaml` to `Connection`'s constructor is now named `parse_yaml`. a49928f Wrap all socket exceptions in SocketError INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: `socket.error` exceptions are no longer exposed to the user, catch `beanstalkc.SocketError` instead. a494e1d Gracefully handle missing PyYAML CHANGE: `Connection`'s `parse_yaml` parameter now also accepts functions.