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OpenStack Object Storage (Swift)
Python

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ring.py: Uses simplejson if avail and pep8 1.3.1

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bin Merge "Use custom encoding for RingData, not pickle."
doc all in one setup rc.local needs -p for mkdir command
etc Logging improvements: handoffs and thread locals
locale Reverted the pulling out of various middleware:
swift ring.py: Uses simplejson if avail and pep8 1.3.1
test Use custom encoding for RingData, not pickle.
tools Adapt Swift for WebOb 1.2
.coveragerc Align tox.ini and fix coverage jobs in jenkins.
.functests make test runner functions return the status of running the tests
.gitignore Add support for venv-based test run with tox.
.gitreview Add .gitreview config file for gerrit.
.mailmap Updated AUTHORS, CHANGELOG, and version for 1.5.0 release
.probetests make test runner functions return the status of running the tests
.unittests make test runner functions return the status of running the tests
AUTHORS changelog for 1.6.0
CHANGELOG updated changelog with patch from review
LICENSE Import upstream version 1.0.1
MANIFEST.in Adding missing files in generated tarballs
README Split out the SAIO doc and fixed a typo in the README
babel.cfg add pybabel setup.py commands and initial .pot
setup.cfg Align tox.ini and fix coverage jobs in jenkins.
setup.py Move swift_auth middleware from keystone to swift.
tox.ini Align tox.ini and fix coverage jobs in jenkins.

README

Swift
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A distributed object store that was originally developed as the basis for 
Rackspace's Cloud Files.

To build documentation run `python setup.py build_sphinx`, and then browse to
/doc/build/html/index.html.

The best place to get started is the "SAIO - Swift All In One", which will walk
you through setting up a development cluster of Swift in a VM.

For more information, visit us at http://launchpad.net/swift, or come hang out
on our IRC channel, #openstack on freenode.

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Swift Development Team
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