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From "Bill Barker" <>
Subject Re: AJP using APR
Date Sat, 11 Jun 2005 05:32:10 GMT

"Costin Manolache" <> wrote in message 
> Bill Barker wrote:
>> If I understand you correctly, you want MsgAjp to use ByteBuffer instead 
>> of byte [].  At the cost of never supporting JDK 1.3 ever again, this 
>> would probably actually improve the performance of ChannelSocket (after 
>> changing it to use a blocking SocketChannel).
> The biggest difference will be if it's a 'direct' buffer, i.e. zero copy. 
> Classpath ( gcj, kaffe, etc ) also has byte buffer support - so it should 
> be ok, if anyone needs jdk1.3, they can use the old code.

Yes, the idea was that it would be a direct buffer.

> But where is the code ?

It's on my hard-drive.  Unlike Remy's APR stuff, o.a.jk is supposed to be a 
pretty stable package(s) at this point.  I can't just check in stuff like 
this without a lot of testing to make sure that it doesn't break anything 
more than JDK 1.3 compatibility ;-).

> Costin
>>> Rémy
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