memcached client API for Microsoft .NET Framework

Brad Fitzpatrick brad at
Tue Dec 28 16:01:19 PST 2004

J# compiled just makes CLR bytecode, which is .NET, so why not just use
that?  C# compiled to CLR won't be any better.  They both JIT the same.
Hell, the languages are almost identical.

Do you have any webspace where you could host that port?

Do you plan to run memcached on Windows?

On Wed, 29 Dec 2004, Diego Caravana wrote:

> Hi All,
>    memcached is a great idea and I would like to know if there's any
> plans to create a client API for .Net. I'm participating to a big
> project and one of the big problems is database performance (SQLServer).
> I've done a quick-port of Java client API to J#, and it has worked great
> on my test environment, but I think this is not a viable option for a
> production roll-out of memcached.
> Maybe with more time a can do a full port of it, but I would like to
> hear from you all before: in fact, before using memcached, I have to
> test it and evaluate the performance gains against other options.
> BTW, if someone is interested in the J# port, I'm ready to send it out.
> Thank you in advance for your patience.
> Ciao
> Diego

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