monty at inaugust.com
Mon Apr 7 13:28:54 UTC 2008
I've uploaded a new release of the wrappers I've been working on around
In this release, I added beginning support for Ruby, bringing us to
Java, Python and Ruby.
I also split the Java code into a set of Interfaces and some
implementation classes. I still need to add a factory to make that make
a little more sense... but one thing at a time. I'd like to get some
feedback from people on the interfaces so we can make them good and solid.
I need to put in tests - which is entirely not-done at the moment.
I also need to implement the callback functions.
Monty Taylor wrote:
> Absolutely! I've been in "I need to spend 5 minutes to tar everything up
> and post it" mode for a few days now... I'll use this as motivation and
> I'll ping you (and everyone) as soon as I have done that.
> Kris Drebin wrote:
>> Thank you very much Brian. Today is my first day on the mailing list..
>> Thus far, it's been very helpful. Thank you very much!!
>> Monty, is there any possibility of helping test the Type 3 driver for
>> Thank you!
>> On Wed, Apr 2, 2008 at 1:12 PM, Brian Aker <brian at tangent.org> wrote:
>>> Monty Taylor has a Type3 driver based on libmemcached. I am CC'ing him on
>>> the email. I don't know the current status.
>>> On Apr 2, 2008, at 12:53 PM, Kris Drebin wrote:
>>>> My applications are Java apps. I'm not sure exactly how they interface
>>>> with the daemon.. My responsibility is just setting up the daemon..
>>>> Can a Java app interface with the existing development branch you're
>>>> referring to? I would love to help beta test.
>>> Brian "Krow" Aker, brian at tangent.org
>>> Seattle, Washington
>>> http://krow.net/ <-- Me
>>> http://tangent.org/ <-- Software
>>> You can't grep a dead tree.
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