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Commits on Jan 11, 2011
  1. Release neubot/0.3.3

    bassosimone committed Jan 11, 2011
  2. neubot/www: small fixes for webui font size

    Roberto D'Auria authored and bassosimone committed Jan 11, 2011
  3. neubot/www: results.html: Unbreak the plots

    bassosimone committed Jan 10, 2011
    Yes, there is some damn CSS magic around and, depending on the place
    where you cast javascript spells from, plots are ugly or normal.
  4. neubot/www: Wide header

    ziorufus authored and bassosimone committed Jan 7, 2011
  5. neubot/www: results.html: Wrap the old page in the new style

    bassosimone committed Jan 5, 2011
    From a bigger diff contributed by Alessio Palmero Aprosio.
  6. neubot/www: index.html: Include all needed jqplot plugins

    bassosimone committed Jan 10, 2011
    From a bigger diff contributed by Alessio Palmero Aprosio.
  7. neubot/www: style.css: Increase the page width

    bassosimone committed Jan 5, 2011
    From a bigger diff contributed by Alessio Palmero Aprosio.
  8. neubot/www: results.js: Shorter labels for prettier table

    bassosimone committed Jan 10, 2011
    This commit comes from a larger patch contributed by Alessio Palmero.
  9. neubot/www: results.js: Change the way we print time

    bassosimone committed Jan 10, 2011
    This commit includes tweaks contributed by Alessio Palmero.
  10. neubot/www: Disable plots in /index.html because they kill my browser

    bassosimone committed Dec 23, 2010
    Hmm... my browser suffers each time it draws the plot using the new
    API to access the results.  We need to second-look at that.  For now
    let's just be conservative and disable them.
  11. neubot/www: js/neubot.js: black magic to unbreak the tooltip

    bassosimone committed Dec 22, 2010
    Quite frankly, I'm not sure I can explain very well why this patch
    unbreaks the tooltip.  So, I prefer not to squash this into the previous.
  12. neubot/www: These are the sources of the new web user interface

    bassosimone committed Dec 22, 2010
    This patch contains significant contributions from Antonio Servetti,
    who has written the original code, and further tweaks and enhancements
    contributed by Alessio Palmero and me.
  13. Change Pollable API: Add to closed() the exception argument

    bassosimone committed Jan 6, 2011
    Be prepared for passing the exception that occurred in the poller
    upstream to the stream and possibly to the protocol.
  14. Change Pollable API: streams.py: Rename closing() to closed()

    bassosimone committed Jan 9, 2011
    This patch just modifies net/streams.py because net/streams.py is
    being changed concurrently with the poller and therefore this part
    of the patch is probably going to be rewritten quite some times,
    while the part that changes net/pollers.py should stay stable.
  15. Change Pollable API: pollers.py: Rename closing() to closed()

    bassosimone committed Jan 5, 2011
    This mirrors more faithfully what actually happens.  Indeed it is
    the poller that closes a socket descriptor and the notification
    sent to the related stream is that the connection has been closed
    and not that it is closing.
    
    This patch just applies the change to net/pollers.py and the
    change to net/streams.py is implemented by a separate patch due
    to the fact that also streams.py is being changed this days.
  16. More Stream undos: We don't need the handleReadable/Writable dance

    bassosimone committed Jan 8, 2011
    Test shows that the new code is as fast as the old code, and the
    new code is significantly smaller.  Yeah!
  17. More Stream undos: Get rid of the set/unset paranoia

    bassosimone committed Jan 8, 2011
    Test shows that the new code is as fast as the old code, and the
    new code is significantly smaller.  Yeah!
  18. Rewrite Stream in streams.py: Assume successful send

    bassosimone committed Jan 8, 2011
    This patch modifies the sequence of IFs when status == SUCCESS and
    it moves the successful case at the beginning.  No slowdown measured.
  19. Rewrite Stream in streams.py: More clever buffer usage, kill send_pos

    bassosimone committed Jan 8, 2011
    This patch implements a more clever send path that allows to get rid
    of one state variable, namely send_pos.