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From Robert Newson <rnew...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] Apache CouchDB 1.0.3 has been released
Date Tue, 19 Jul 2011 14:00:35 GMT
Nice job everyone!

B.

On 19 July 2011 12:38, Sebastian Cohnen <sebastiancohnen@googlemail.com> wrote:
> yay! :)
>
> On 19.07.2011, at 13:28, Jan Lehnardt wrote:
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> Apache CouchDB 1.0.3 has been released and is available for download:
>>
>>       http://couchdb.apache.org/downloads.html
>>
>> Changes in this release:
>>
>> * Fixed compatibility issues with Erlang R14B02.
>> * Fix bug that allows invalid UTF-8 after valid escapes.
>> * Enabled replication over IPv6.
>> * Fixed for crashes in continuous and filtered changes feeds.
>> * Changes feeds now honor conflicts=true parameter.
>> * Fixed error when restarting replications in OTP R14B02.
>> * Fixed error with filter replication with a limit of 1.
>> * Upgrade ibrowse to version 2.2.0.
>> * Fixed OAuth signature computation in OTP R14B02.
>> * Handle passwords with : in them.
>> * Made compatible with jQuery 1.5.x.
>> * Added support for inclusive_end with reduce views.
>> * Etap tests no longer require use of port 5984.
>> * Windows builds now require ICU >= 4.4.0 and Erlang >= R14B03.
>>
>> Apache CouchDB is a document-oriented database that can be queried and indexed
>> in a MapReduce fashion using JavaScript. CouchDB also offers incremental
>> replication with bi-directional conflict detection and resolution.
>>
>> CouchDB provides a RESTful JSON API than can be accessed from any environment
>> that allows HTTP requests. There are myriad third-party client libraries that
>> make this even easier from your programming language of choice. CouchDB’s built
>> in Web administration console speaks directly to the database using HTTP
>> requests issued from your browser.
>>
>> CouchDB is written in Erlang, a robust functional programming language ideal for
>> building concurrent distributed systems. Erlang allows for a flexible design
>> that is easily scalable and readily extensible.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Jan Lehnardt
>> --
>>
>
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