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81. By Chad Miller

Eric is pleasantly persistent. More cleanups, more bug fixes.

80. By Chad Miller

Clean up Eric's complaints. This fixes three bugs.

79. By Chad Miller

Remove useless and inexplicable dbus service listener that came from
pairing code somehow.

78. By Chad Miller

Do not attempt to resolve messages for nearby machines when they disappear.

Be explicit in references, as evidently there is a way for the name/reference
to disappear. (LP: #440072)

77. By Nicola Larosa

The get_record of CouchDatabaseBase does not take the deleted flag into account, happily getting records flagged as deleted. This branch includes a test exposing the problem, and a fix for it.

76. By Stuart Langridge

set more restrictive permissions on DC files

75. By Chad Miller

    Use the oauth tokens we stored at pairing time to talk to the remote end.
    (LP: #439412)

    Retreive oauth information from pairing records and give it back in the info
    about pairings.

    Log exceptions in replication and catch them, instead of letting them percolate
    up to the caller.

74. By Chad Miller

Do not let Python's ConfigParser transform options into lowercase, as
couchdb options are case-sensitive.

73. By Chad Miller

Use U1 credentials when connecting to U1 for creating databases to replicate into. Remove extraneous function for couchdb service locations.

72. By Chad Miller

Set identity record even if not connecting out. It's also our flag for whether we run replication or not.

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