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This was originally forked from http://github.com/davidgiffin/zookeeper
It has heavy modifications

=== INSTALLING:

==== MRI

gem build zookeeper.gemspec
gem install zookeeper-0.3.gem

==== JRUBY

    jruby -S gem build zookeeper.gemspec
    jruby -S gem install zookeeper-0.3-java.gem


=== (this fork) Event Handling

Both the C and jruby versions expose the same API for watchers.
Default is *no* watcher (:watch => true) will be ignored.

You first register your path with the event handler (if you're using the default).

    client = ZooKeeper.new("localhost:2181", :watcher => :default)
    client.watcher.register("/mypath") do |event, zk|
      # here the event will be a ZooKeeper::WatcherEvent object and zk
      # will be the original client
      $stderr.puts "got an event on #{event.path}"
    end
    # then we register a watch
    client.exists?("/mypath", :watch => true) #false
    client.create("/mypath", "mydata", :mode => :ephemeral)
    # the registered block above will fire within a few hundred miliseconds
    sleep 0.8

    << got an event on "/mypath"

=== (this fork) Locking

    client1 = ZooKeeper.new("localhost:2181", :watcher => :default)
    client2 = ZooKeeper.new("localhost:2181", :watcher => :default)

    lock1 = client1.locker("/mypath")
    lock1.lock #true

    lock2 = client2.locker("/mypath")
    lock2.lock #false

    lock1.unlock #true
    lock2.lock #true

    # locks are also released on a client close/crash
    lock1.lock #false
    client2.close!
    lock1.lock #true

=== (this fork) Message Queue
    client1 = ZooKeeper.new("localhost:2181", :watcher => :default)
    client2 = ZooKeeper.new("localhost:2181", :watcher => :default)

    publisher = client1.queue("myqueue")
    receiver = client2.queue("myqueue")

    receiver.subscribe do |title, data|
      # data will be whatever was published, title will be the node name
      # for the message

      $stderr.puts "got a message with: #{data}"

      # having a true state from the block will mark the message as 'answered'
      # sending back a false will requeue

      true
    end

    publisher.publish("my data!")

    << got a message with: my data!

=== (this fork) Connection Pools

For rails like apps - to do single writes... we can make a pool
with checkin and checkout capabilities.

    pool = ZooKeeper::ConnectionPool.new("localhost:2181", 10, :watcher => false)
    pool.checkout do |client|
      #do stuff with the client
      client.exists?("blah")
    end
    # client is checked back into the pool
    # if there are no clients available - checkout blocks
    # but you can override that like so:

    connection = pool.checkout(false)
    # now if there are no clients available - checkout will simply return
    # false

zookeeper
    by Shane Mingins
    http://github.com/smingins/zookeeper/tree/master

== DESCRIPTION:

Ruby Interface to Apache's ZooKeeper http://zookeeper.wiki.sourceforge.net/

== LICENSE:

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2008 Shane Mingins and Topping Bowers

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the
'Software'), to deal in the Software without restriction, including
without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish,
distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to
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The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be
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