Align semantics of register/whereis with Erlang
Fixed TestCH to deal accept fact that names are erased when nodes are disconnected
Added reregister and reregisterRemoteAsync (keeping in line with Erlang's approach) Changed SimpleLocalNet to use reregisterRemoteAsync to adjust logging (currently without waiting for result)
register will now throw an exception if the name is already registered unregister will throw an exception if the name isn't registered registerRemote and unregisterRemote have been replaced with Async versions, such that the user application is now responsible for checking the remote control process's response
(because we may detect that the connection has been broken in the direction A -> B, even if we haven't detected that the same connection has been broken in the direction B -> A). This still doesn't quite solve the problem, but it gets is a little closer (I think)
Closes #48. Closes #49. Closes #50. Closes #51.
This makes it easier to add additional functionality.
This closes #47.
(because we require support for client SSL certs)
Update "binary" to 0.6
Another attempt to fix up the links, for the benefit of Google. Jeff's page now points here, so we should point to the central CH page.