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  1. Update HOMEPAGE location.

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  1. Update ruby-tokyotyrant to 1.13.

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Commits on Nov 25, 2009
  1. TokyoCabinet related HOMEPAGEs have been moved.

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Commits on Jul 21, 2009
  1. Update ruby-tokyotyrant to 1.11.

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Commits on Jul 7, 2009
  1. Update ruby-tokyotyrant to 1.10.

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  1. Update tokyotyrant-ruby to 1.9.

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Commits on Jun 5, 2009
  1. Update tokyotyrant-ruby to 1.8.

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Commits on May 24, 2009
  1. Update tokyotyrant to 1.1.27.

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    2009-05-11  Mikio Hirabayashi  <>
    	* tcrtest.c (runtable, proctable): "-exp" option was added.
    	* ttskelnull.c: new file.
    	* tokyotyrant.idl: new file.
    	- Release: 1.1.27
Commits on May 19, 2009
  1. Use standard location for LICENSE line (in MAINTAINER/HOMEPAGE/COMMENT

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    block). Uncomment some commented out LICENSE lines while here.
Commits on May 14, 2009
  1. Update ruby-tokyotyrant to 1.6.

    obache committed
    No ChangeLog available, but this update made to pass all self test with
    recent release of tokyotyrant.
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  1. Import ruby-tokyotyrant-1.0 as databases/ruby-tokyotyrant.

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    This module implements the pure Ruby client which connects to the server of
    Tokyo Tyrant and speaks its original binary protocol.
    Tokyo Tyrant is a package of network interface to the DBM called Tokyo Cabinet.
    Though the DBM has high performance, you might bother in case that multiple
    processes share the same database, or remote processes access the database.
    Thus, Tokyo Tyrant is provided for concurrent and remote connections to Tokyo
    Cabinet. It is composed of the server process managing a database and its access
    library for client applications. The server can embed Lua, a lightweight script
    language so that you can define arbitrary operations of the database.
    The server features high concurrency due to thread-pool modeled implementation
    and the epoll/kqueue mechanism of the modern Linux/*BSD kernel. The server and
    its clients communicate with each other by simple binary protocol on TCP/IP.
    Protocols compatible with memcached and HTTP/1.1 are also supported so that
    almost all principal platforms and programming languages can use Tokyo Tyrant.
    High availability and high integrity are also featured due to such mechanisms as
    hot backup, update logging, and replication.
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