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From steveblackmon <>
Subject [GitHub] incubator-streams pull request: Resolves STREAMS-134
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2014 21:28:20 GMT
GitHub user steveblackmon opened a pull request:

    Resolves STREAMS-134


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    This closes #61
commit 4e9a2bb5757ccb156fbe41756c41459f9d74e0fa
Author: Steve Blackmon <>
Date:   2014-07-11T05:49:51Z

    percolate implementation, untested

commit b3d849d65b4137c84f9ed12d86322d14758f9b3f
Author: Steve Blackmon <>
Date:   2014-07-11T05:49:51Z

    percolate implementation, untested

commit 7df265f5436d167c0d80d3205b822f67c904bac1
Author: Steve Blackmon <>
Date:   2014-07-16T01:57:28Z

    percolate processor - tested with streams-examples/elasticsearch-tag

commit 2f1bc422612d3d6030a48bd956ba9b0c1994855c
Author: Steve Blackmon <>
Date:   2014-07-16T02:00:11Z

    Merge branch 'STREAMS-134' of
into STREAMS-134

commit 767f945589727be131d3933132e9028f7cc3e008
Author: sblackmon <>
Date:   2014-08-04T19:07:59Z

    made processor serializable
    made config serializable


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