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Er, I think you will probably want to read what it says in the README:


This doesn't implement anything like the same interface
that the previous version did. In fact a large amount of
the interface and API code remains unwritten because it's
been sitting on my hard disc for the last 6 months. I have
been persuaded to release unfinished code to the community
(yes, greg, you managed to persuade me). So here it is if
you want to play with it.

and then get the previous version. The release of this version was the result of a very drunken night after yapc::Europe 2000 ....


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