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From kxepal <...@git.apache.org>
Subject [GitHub] couchdb-fabric pull request: readme: change to couchdb project
Date Sat, 28 Feb 2015 22:21:28 GMT
Github user kxepal commented on a diff in the pull request:

    https://github.com/apache/couchdb-fabric/pull/18#discussion_r25561896
  
    --- Diff: README.md ---
    @@ -1,24 +1,18 @@
     ## fabric
     
    -Fabric is a collection of proxy functions for [CouchDB][1] operations in a cluster. 
These functions are used in [BigCouch][2] as the remote procedure endpoints on each of the
cluster nodes.
    +Fabric is a collection of proxy functions for [CouchDB][1] operations in a cluster. These
functions are used in CouchDB as the remote procedure endpoints on each of the cluster nodes.
     
    -For example, creating a database is a straightforward task in standalone CouchDB, but
for BigCouch, each node that will store a shard for the database needs to receive and execute
a fabric function.  The node handling the request also needs to compile the results from each
of the nodes and respond accordingly to the client.
    +For example, creating a database is a straightforward task in CouchDB 1.x, but for a
clustered CouchDB, each node that will store a shard for the database needs to receive and
execute a fabric function. The node handling the request also needs to compile the results
from each of the nodes and respond accordingly to the client.
     
    -Fabric is used in conjunction with 'Rexi' which is also an application within BigCouch.
    +Fabric is used in conjunction with 'Rexi' which is also an application within CouchDB.
     
     ### Getting Started
    -Fabric requires R13B03 or higher and can be built with [rebar][6], which comes bundled
in the repository.
    +Fabric requires R13B03 or higher and can be built with [rebar][3], which comes bundled
in the repository.
    --- End diff --
    
    oh..well, it's not bundled anymore.


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