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1.8.1 2011/08/05
* upgrade to netty 3.2.5.Final
* kestrel: fix visibility of ResultWithCAS
* kestrel: Client.{read,write}, Client.readReliably,
MultiReader: suite of kestrel streaming readers (including
grabby-hands replacements) using Offer/Broker
* kestrel: don't render timeouts > 2^31-1
* tracing: fix sampling bug
* tracing: trace the kestrel client
* quench unecessary error reporting
1.8.0 2011/08/02
* SSL: perform hostname validation in the client. this is the
reason for the minor bump: we change the .tls() ClientBuilder
* introduce util-codec dependency for use of the apache
commons base 64 codec
1.7.5 2011/07/29
* make it easier to use the NullStatsReceiver from java
* convert WriteException to a case class (github issue 25)
* add _root_. to java.util.Map import. reorder imports
* Upgrade finagle-common-stats to twitter-common-stats 0.0.16
* encode more HTTP codec errors
* adding cardinality to ServiceException
* finagle CachingPool: limit size to highWatermark - lowWatermark
* exception reporting: gzipping trace strings
* set ostrich version of finagle-ostrich4 to 4.7.3
* ChannelServiceFactory: encode exceptions from bootstrap.connect()
1.7.4 2011/07/22
* http: convert codec exceptions into 4xx errors; report them
as such upstream
* memcache: `gets' and `cas' support.
1.7.3 2011/07/19
* fix: 1.7.2 introduced a regression in the pool that may,
under certain circumstances, admit connections beyond the high
* quench exception for setting multiple Promise values when
racing with write errors.
* Adds tracing support for the Memcached client. This only
creates the client side annotations, no support for passing
along ids and such to the memcached server.
1.7.2 2011/07/18
* support end-to-end cancellation in finagle clients; fixes
possible pool starvation conditions, and allows clients to
cancel requests and reclaim resources
* end-to-end timeouts: introduce, .connectTimeout and
.timeout. .connectTimeout is the end-to-end connection
timeout (includes acquisition & TCP time), .timeout is an
end-to-end request time: no requests will take longer
* some doc fixes
* misc. bug fixes