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From "Juozas Baliuka" <bali...@centras.lt>
Subject Re: [cache] Release?
Date Wed, 01 Jan 2003 10:18:45 GMT

Hi,
Is it some meaning to move caching stuff from [simplestore] to [cache] ?
I am going to move [simplestore] to SF, it becomes  pseudo object database
and SF is a better place
for this kind of experiments, but cache implementation can be used in
production, it is very small, simple and fast.

> I dropped [cache] into the sandbox quite some time age.  At the time we
> were kicking around various commons-cache notions.  The [simplestore]
> component was created a bit later, with a slightly different but
> overlapping scope, but has similiarly languished.
>
> While the [cache] code hasn't been touched in quite some time, it is quite
> stable and functional, in fact, it is a direct repackaging of code that I
> did use and still use regularly for production deployments.  I haven't had
> the inclination or the need to change it much (well, literally at all
> IIRC).  If I had to do it over again, I'd probably simplify it
> dramatically.  I wasn't nearly as bitten by the extreme bug at the time.
>
> I don't have a substantial amount of time to work on cache at this time,
> but if you're interested in moving forward with it, I'd suggest we try to
> refine it a bit in the sandbox before proposing it for commons proper.
> (Since the code has sat untouched for over a year, a proposal right now is
> virtually guaranteed to fail.)
>
> Some changes that I think I'd like to see:
>
> * add javadocs and additional documentation
>
> * replace the jocl configuration with something else (derived from jelly?
> digester?)
>
> * remove or revise the Cache.getStat functionality, its too complicated
> and I'm not sure I've even used it
>
> * remove or revise the remote package. it was never completed
>
> Lance, were there any changes you had in mind?
>
> Actually, poking around in this I might be feeling some itches to scratch.
>
> Tue, 24 Dec 2002, Lavandowska wrote:
>
> > I've used cache a few times, and with the recent talk about betwixt I
> > was wondering if there is any reason cache couldn't have a release as
> > well?  I checked bugzilla and didn't find any issues logged against
> > cache.
> >
> > It looks like nothing has changed since the initial checkin by
> > Rodney... I'm guessing that is a vote against promoting cache out of
> > the sandbox?
> >
> > Lance
> >
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