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Thu, 13 Aug 2015
[ 17:33 sunpoet ] Original commit   Revision:394102
394102 devel/rubygem-celluloid-io/Makefile
394102 devel/rubygem-celluloid-io/distinfo
394102 devel/rubygem-celluloid-io/pkg-descr
- Update to 0.17.0
- Remove RG link

Changes:	https://github.com/celluloid/celluloid-io/blob/master/CHANGES.md
Wed, 12 Feb 2014
[ 15:23 sunpoet ] Original commit   Revision:343928
343928 devel/Makefile
343928 devel/rubygem-celluloid-io
343928 devel/rubygem-celluloid-io/Makefile
343928 devel/rubygem-celluloid-io/distinfo
343928 devel/rubygem-celluloid-io/pkg-descr
- Add rubygem-celluloid-io 0.15.0

Celluloid::IO provides an event-driven IO system for building fast, scalable
network applications that integrates directly with the Celluloid actor library,
making it easy to combine both threaded and evented concepts. Celluloid::IO is
ideal for servers which handle large numbers of mostly-idle connections, such as
Websocket servers or chat/messaging systems.

Celluloid::IO provides a different class of actor: one that's slightly slower
and heavier than standard Celluloid actors, but one which contains a
high-performance reactor just like EventMachine or Cool.io. This means
Celluloid::IO actors have the power of both Celluloid actors and evented I/O
loops. Unlike certain other evented I/O systems which limit you to a single
event loop per process, Celluloid::IO lets you make as many actors as you want,
system resources permitting.
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