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CVS commit: wip/rabbitmq

Module name:    wip
Committed by:   fhajny
Date:           Thu Sep 16 14:08:27 UTC 2010

Modified Files:
        wip/rabbitmq: Makefile PLIST distinfo

Log Message:
Updated rabbitmq to 2.1.0.

Changes in 2.1.0
This release fixes a number of bugs, including some race conditions
and introduces minor enhancements in the server and clients.

Full release notes:

Changes in 2.0.0
This release includes a rewritten message store that pages messages to 
disk to relieve memory pressure, and support for AMQP 0-9-1.  There are 
many other more modest additions, such as an implementation of 
basic.reject, and queue leases.  For details see the attached release notes.

Full release notes:

Changes in 1.8.1
This release of RabbitMQ can now be compiled with Erlang R14A. This is
expected to bring relief for MacPorts users and Debian (unstable) users
who build from source. Administration tools are now easier to use on
MacPorts. Further enhancements include the ability to observe
channel.flow events from the Java API and clustering usability

Full release notes:

Changes in 1.8.0
This release introduces several APIs to extend Rabbit in a pluggable
way, first with pluggable exchange types, and then with pluggable
backing queues. Other improvements include optimisations for cross-node
routing within a cluster, and more rigorous enforcement of channel.flow
to ensure that Rabbit can stop producers who are failing to obey the
instruction to stop sending messages to Rabbit when Rabbit comes under
memory pressure.

Full release notes:

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