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From Daniel Dai <da...@hortonworks.com>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] Apache Pig 0.13.0 released
Date Sat, 05 Jul 2014 05:24:39 GMT
The Pig team is happy to announce the Pig 0.13.0 release.

Apache Pig provides a high-level data-flow language and execution
framework for parallel computation on Hadoop clusters.
More details about Pig can be found at http://pig.apache.org/.

This release includes several new features such as pluggable execution
engines (to allow pig run on non-mapreduce engines in future),
auto-local mode (to jobs with small input data size to run
in-process), fetch optimization (to improve interactiveness of grunt),
fixed counters for local-mode, support for user level jar cache,
support for blacklisting and whitelisting pig commands. This also
includes several performance fixes and debuggability features. A few
non-backwards compatible interface modifications have been introduced
in this release to make pig work with non-mapreduce engines (eg-
PigProgressNotificationListener). You can find complete list of
changes in CHANGES.txt. The details of the release can be found at


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