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From "Phil Steitz" <phil.ste...@gmail.com>
Subject [pool] 2.0 releaese WAS: [jira] Commented: (POOL-98) Make GenericObjectPool better extensible
Date Fri, 22 Jun 2007 04:32:46 GMT
Leaving the ticket because this is really general discussion.

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> ok, I can understand this. Any time frame on compositepool / what is needed to get the
code release-ready?

As with all things apache, that depends on available volunteer cycles.
 I posted a straw man roadmap for both [pool] and [dbcp] earlier this
week (http://marc.info/?l=jakarta-commons-dev&m=118237533115289&w=4).
Comments are welcome.  There are some bugs open against the
GenericObjectPool impl that I think we should fix in a pool 1.3.1 or
1.4 that could in theory be worked (and maintained) concurrently with
pool 2.0.  I am willing to do the grunt RM work if others will step up
to contribute and most of all review and test.  The compositepool impl
is in good shape but needs review and testing.  There are also some
things that could be added or improved if we up the JDK requirement to
1.5 so we can use the concurrent package.

Another reason to patch 1.3 is to address things like POOL-97,
POOL-93, POOL-102, POOL-86 for direct users of GenericObjectPool and
to provide a drop-in fix for tomcat and others who use pool with dbcp
while we work on moving dbcp to use pool 2.0.

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