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From Alex Karasulu <aok...@bellsouth.net>
Subject Re: Generalization of SEDA
Date Tue, 21 Sep 2004 15:16:51 GMT
On Tue, 2004-09-21 at 01:29, Trustin Lee wrote:
> Alex and me talked about EventRouter and its implementation.  SEDA is
> a generic event processing framework with multi-layed thread pool, so
> routing events between stages is important.  So I suggest the
> separation of SEDA core and SEDA network extension now.  The possible
> package name would be 'org.apache.seda' and
> 'org.apache.seda.extension.network'.

I'm fine with creating extra packages to start to factor out the network
stuff.  However I don't understand what you mean above in terms of
extensions.  Can you elaborate?

> I think it is mandatory to do it now because doing so is relatively
> cheap and the net effect is very good.  Moreover UDP implementation is
> being delayed because of its natural difference from TCP (the
> borderline between listener and input stage is ambiguous), so we can
> proceed the separation while discussing the UDP issue.  Of course I
> can post a patch for this.

I can take a look at it if you attach this to the JIRA sure.

Alex




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