ANN: Munkware 0.1

Discussion in 'Python' started by Jeremy Jones, Aug 29, 2003.

  1. Jeremy Jones

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    Munkware, a transactional and persistent queueing mechanism, is proud to announce version 0.1 for public consumption. Bug fixes/enhancements include:

    - improved recoverability in the event of system crash
    - example code which is more functional (i.e. they die nicely now ;-)
    - and modification of transactional syntax (from *_ack() to *_commit() and un_*() to *_rollback())

    The Sourceforge Project page is located at http://sourceforge.net/projects/munkware/ and the project home page is located at http://munkware.sourceforge.net/

    Future plans for Munkware include:
    - Better documentation with diagrams of state traversal
    - Auto-commit functionality
    - Transactional and persistent queueing server with (possibly) a SOAP interface

    If you have any suggestions, please feel free to email them to me. If you just think that this project sucks, email that, too.



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