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October 19, 2010

ActionStreams + AnyEvent

am trying to use AnyEvent::HTTP to check updates in ActionStreams plugin. working on anyevent branch of my fork of sixapart / mt-plugin-ActionStreams .

No special settings is required but just install AnyEvent, then automatically use it.

for me with 10 streams, looks 3 times faster than normal LWP.

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