The debug log message emitted by Table.scan() when closing a scanner
now includes both the number of rows returned to the calling code, and also
the number of rows actually fetched from the server. If scanners are not
completely iterated over (e.g. because of a ‘break’ statement in the for loop
for the scanner), these numbers may differ. If this happens often, and the
differences are big, this may be a hint that the batch_size parameter to
Table.scan() is not optimal for your application.
Increased Thrift dependency to at least 0.8. Older versions are no longer
available from PyPI. HappyBase should not be used with obsoleted Thrift
The Connection constructor now features an optional timeout
parameter to to specify the timeout to use for the Thrift socket (issue #15)
The timestamp argument to various methods now also accepts long values in
addition to int values. This fixes problems with large timestamp values on
32-bit systems. (issue #23).
In some corner cases exceptions were raised during interpreter shutdown while
closing any remaining open connections. (issue #18)