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= kgio - kinder, gentler I/O for Ruby

kgio provides non-blocking I/O methods for Ruby without raising
exceptions on EAGAIN and EINPROGRESS.  It is intended for use with the
Unicorn and Rainbows! Rack servers, but may be used by other

== Features

* Can avoid expensive exceptions on common EAGAIN/EINPROGRESS errors,
  returning Kgio::WaitReadable or Kgio::WaitWritable instead.
  These exceptions got more expensive to hit under Ruby 1.9.2
  (but should be fixed in Ruby 1.9.3 to 1.9.1 performance levels)

* Returns the unwritten portion of the string on partial writes,
  making it ideal for buffering unwritten data.

* May be assigned Kgio.wait_writable= and Kgio.wait_readable=
  methods to allow socket/pipe objects to make custom callbacks
  (such as adding the file descriptor to a poll set and yielding
  the current Fiber).

* Uses
  on new GNU/Linux systems to avoid unnecessary fcntl() calls

* Uses MSG_DONTWAIT on GNU/Linux to further avoid unnecessary fcntl() calls

* Compatible with existing Ruby IO objects and Ruby threading.

== Install

The library consists of a C extension so you'll need a C compiler
and Ruby development libraries/headers.

You may download the tarball from the Mongrel project page on Rubyforge
and run setup.rb after unpacking it:

You may also install it via RubyGems on Gemcutter:

  gem install kgio

You can get the latest source via git from the following locations
(these versions may not be stable):

  git:// (mirror)

You may browse the code from the web and download the latest snapshot
tarballs here:

* (cgit)
* (gitweb)

See the HACKING guide on how to contribute and build prerelease gems
from git.

== Contact

All feedback (bug reports, user/development dicussion, patches, pull
requests) go to the mailing list/newsgroup.  See the ISSUES document for
information on the
{Unicorn mailing list}[].

For the latest on kgio releases, you may check our NEWS page (and
subscribe to our Atom feed).