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2008-09-07 hemant kumar <firstname.lastname@example.org> * Fix environment loading issues. * Patch by Kieran P for disabling persistent job queue and its polling. * Commit patch by P Baker, related to scheduling a persistent task at specified time. For example: MiddleMan(:hello_worker).enq_some_task(:arg => "hello_world", :job_key => "boy",:scheduled_at => (Time.now + 1.hour))2008-06-19 hemant kumar <email@example.com> * Make binary parser iterative and hence won't blow your stack * Add run_concurrent * Let parent sleep for a while when forking the bdrb master process. * Fixed issue with fork. BackgrounDRb now uses fork and exec.2008-02-28 hemant kumar <hemant@shire> * fixed some meory leaks. * Implemented cleaner API for invoking tasks in workers * Updated the documentation2008-02-25 hemant kumar <hemant@shire> * Commited Patch by Alex which lets BackgrounDRb to have command line arguments and loading of specific environments through command line argument.2008-02-14 hemant kumar <hemant@shire> * Added TestCases for Cron Triggers, Meta Workers and stuff. We are heading towards proper code coverage with specs. * Added preliminary support for starting a worker on demand through scheduler. What it means is, when you have a worker which is getting scheduled very less frequently and you don't want the worker to persist, you can ask BackgrounDRb to restart the worker on each schedule. * Fixed some unreported issues with writing data to socket between workers and stuff. * Fixed issues with too many open connections, because connections were not getting closed. BackgrounDRb now opens only one connection, which is reused throughout the lifecycle of rails application. * Fixed all outstanding issues with Cron triggers, BackgrounDRb now explicitly depends on "chronic" gem. * Removed Framework directory and BackgrounDRb now explicitly depends on packet gem.