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Update docs for Fast Ext. Dist headed for PAUSE

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1 parent 88af2e2 commit 407b3316efa5f62091577ff82660cf6f8432ece1 @sanko committed Dec 28, 2011
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  2. +4 −3 README
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  5. +5 −4 lib/AnyEvent/BitTorrent.pm
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@@ -1,4 +1,13 @@
-Version 0.1.3 | In the not too distant future | XXXXXXXXXX
+Version 0.1.4 | Someday | XXXXXXXXXX
+
+ Protocol/Behavioral Changes:
+ * Basic support for BEP 06 (Fast Peers Ext)
+ * File based download priority (...no public API yet)
+
+ Documentation/Sample Code/Test Suite:
+ * Tiny, local HTTP tracker used in tests should work with Mouse
+
+Version 0.1.3 | December 23rd, 2011 around eightish at night | 8930180a08
API Changes/Compatibility Information:
* New piece_cache( ), seed( ), and complete( ) methods
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7 README
@@ -205,11 +205,12 @@ This Module is Lame!
What is currently supported?
Basic stuff. We can make and handle piece requests. Deal with cancels,
- disconnect idle peers, unchoke folks. Normal... stuff. HTTP trackers.
+ disconnect idle peers, unchoke folks, fast extensions, file download
+ priorities. Normal... stuff. HTTP trackers.
What will probably be supported in the future?
- DHT (which will likely be in a separate dist), fast extensions, IPv6
- stuff, file download priorities... I'll get around to those.
+ DHT (which will likely be in a separate dist), IPv6 stuff... I'll get
+ around to those.
Long term, UDP trackers may be supported.
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7 README.mkdn
@@ -237,12 +237,13 @@ subclass it to add more advanced functionality. Hint, hint!
## <a name="What_is_currently_supported_" title="Permalink to 'What is currently supported?'">What is currently supported?</a>
Basic stuff. We can make and handle piece requests. Deal with cancels,
-disconnect idle peers, unchoke folks. Normal... stuff. HTTP trackers.
+disconnect idle peers, unchoke folks, fast extensions, file download
+priorities. Normal... stuff. HTTP trackers.
## <a name="What_will_probably_be_supported_in_the_future_" title="Permalink to 'What will probably be supported in the future?'">What will probably be supported in the future?</a>
-DHT (which will likely be in a separate dist), fast extensions, IPv6 stuff,
-file download priorities... I'll get around to those.
+DHT (which will likely be in a separate dist), IPv6 stuff... I'll get around
+to those.
Long term, UDP trackers may be supported.
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1 TODO
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Everything marked with XXX in /lib/AnyEvent/BitTorrent.pm
Fast Ext.
+API for file download priority
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9 lib/AnyEvent/BitTorrent.pm
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
package AnyEvent::BitTorrent;
-{ $AnyEvent::BitTorrent::VERSION = 'v0.1.3' }
+{ $AnyEvent::BitTorrent::VERSION = 'v0.1.4' }
use AnyEvent;
use AnyEvent::Handle;
use AnyEvent::Socket;
@@ -1408,12 +1408,13 @@ subclass it to add more advanced functionality. Hint, hint!
=head2 What is currently supported?
Basic stuff. We can make and handle piece requests. Deal with cancels,
-disconnect idle peers, unchoke folks. Normal... stuff. HTTP trackers.
+disconnect idle peers, unchoke folks, fast extensions, file download
+priorities. Normal... stuff. HTTP trackers.
=head2 What will probably be supported in the future?
-DHT (which will likely be in a separate dist), fast extensions, IPv6 stuff,
-file download priorities... I'll get around to those.
+DHT (which will likely be in a separate dist), IPv6 stuff... I'll get around
+to those.
Long term, UDP trackers may be supported.

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