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From "Attila Szegedi" <szege...@freemail.hu>
Subject Re: nbio connector
Date Fri, 18 Jan 2002 10:25:14 GMT

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Remy Maucherat" <remm@apache.org>
To: "Tomcat Developers List" <tomcat-dev@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: 2002. január 8. 16:35
Subject: Re: nbio connector


> > , and could
> > use a helping hand here and there. In fact, I already have much of
> > the code for building the HttpServletRequest object, but to keep
> > it really elegant I'll need some help from the Tomcat community.
> > Most notably, much of the code duplications could go away if Catalina
> > code in  org.apache.catalina.connectors.http was more reusable
> > (some classes are package-private and some public classes take
> > package-private classes in a constructor argument etc.).
> > I'll return to these issues on this list after I've properly set
> > up the project on SourceForge.
> 
> Don't use that code, as it is not very efficient / memory intensive, etc.
> Something more useful would be to write a nbio selector for the HTTP/1.1
> connector I'm writing in j-t-c.
> 

I assume you're talking about coyote when refering to "connector I'm writing in j-t-c".
Could you be a bit more specific on that? I finally got the chance to jump on the NBIO HTTP
connector implementation, and would like to know what is the current state of the coyote connector
(seems like it's heavily in the primary "under construction" phase), and what is its long
term goal? Will binary distributions of Tomcat include it once it's complete? Is it meant
to become the default HTTP connector implementation shipped with Tomcat?

I'm now studying it for bits that could get reused in a NBIO implementation (that means mostly
the response code; request processing algorithms can't be generalized accross blocking and
non-blocking approach, though (this asymmetry has its deep reasons and is quite amusing)).

Attila.

> 
> Remy
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