[PATCH] README: update with latest features
- Eric Wong
- 2013-05-02 @ 23:00
We support kqueue and Rubinius. Nowadays, we also export
the potentially dangerous low-level APIs for epoll and kqueue.
README | 10 ++++++----
1 file changed, 6 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)
diff --git a/README b/README
index 551ce8e..9574dce 100644
@@ -2,19 +2,21 @@
sleepy_penguin provides access to newer, Linux-only system calls to wait
on events from traditionally non-I/O sources. Bindings to the eventfd,
-timerfd, inotify, and epoll interfaces are provided.
+timerfd, inotify, and epoll interfaces are provided. Experimental support
+for kqueue on FreeBSD (and likely OpenBSD/NetBSD) are also provided.
-* Thread-safe blocking operations for all versions of Ruby
+* Thread-safe blocking operations for all versions of Matz Ruby and Rubinius
* IO-like objects are backwards-compatible with IO.select.
-* Epoll interface is fork-safe and GC-safe
+* High-level Epoll interface is fork-safe and GC-safe
* Unlike portable event frameworks, the Linux-only epoll interfaces
allow using edge-triggered or one-shot notifications for possibly
- improved performance
+ improved performance. Likewise, the kqueue interface supports
+ one-shot notifiactions, too.
* Fully-documented and user-friendly API