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From Henri Yandell <>
Subject Re: commons-IO: Throttled IO Streams
Date Tue, 10 Aug 2004 13:51:15 GMT

Sounds of interest, provided the user does not have to implement any
interfaces etc, and that it's not a huge codebase.

Submissions with unit tests are best :)


On Tue, 10 Aug 2004, Gareth Davis wrote:

> Hi,
> This is for somebody on the commons-io team.
> I have a basic throttled input and output stream that I would like to
> contribute to the commons-io project. It's pretty basic in function but
> it does effectively throttle any IO operations to a given bandwidth,
> i.e. limits a socket to 2.5k/s. The code is very simple really and
> consists of an input  and output stream and  a common object called the
> limiter. The limiter can be shared between multiple streams to provide
> aggregated bandwidth limits.
> Would the commons-io project be willing to accept this sort of work?
> There is a little bit of work required before I would feel comfortable
> submitting the work, as  the code needs some proper documentation and
> the packages renamed etc.
> Gareth Davis
> Logical Practice Systems Limited
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