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Persistent pool of HTTP connections
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~> 1.1.2
~> 1.1.3
~> 0.1.2

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Net::HTTP::Pool

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Pool

Act like a database pool but for HTTP.

It will attempt to open (default: 5) persistent connections to a given server. Then you can make your requests as you want and the pool get recycled. The implementation it's made throght actors (celluloid) so the behaviour in the verb block it's async.

The target of the lib it's to provide DB-like pool to handle information exchange.

Motivation

The main goal it's to provide a easy to use HTTP pool exploiting HTTP 1.1 persistent connections in a non-blocking way.

Example

require 'net/http/pool'

pool = Net::HTTP::Pool.new("http://elcuervo.co")
request = Net::HTTP::Get.new("/humans.txt")

pool.request(request) do |response|
  File.open('nevermore.txt', 'w') { |f| f << response.body } if response.code == "200"
end

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