consistent hashing: in Perl, standards
dustin at spy.net
Wed Apr 25 17:28:40 UTC 2007
On Apr 25, 2007, at 5:27 , Alex Stapleton wrote:
> Is there some advantage to having lots of client implementations in
> various languages that I'm not aware of?
A specification and a reference implementation would be more
generally useful, I think.
A C implementation isn't very useful when writing a java library
since JNI ends up being really hard to use (as opposed to just
dropping in a jar and having it work on any platform).
Even if we're all writing C, the library may not fit into an
application in general. There are several event loop mechanisms and
libraries for async programming in C. It's very likely that a C
implementation would be inappropriate for someone's C-based application.
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