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From "Eric Pugh" <>
Subject RE: [cache] project status query...
Date Tue, 23 Dec 2003 11:14:08 GMT
Re: [cache] project status query...To be honest, I think an abstraction
versus yet another implmentation would be more useful.  Currently I can
count off  maybe 10 or 15 different implementations of caching, all a bit
different..  Unless commons cache has something that makes it special, I
wouldn't be inclined to use it as yet another implementation.

For ideas on abstracting a cache, check out how Hibernate does it.  Being
able to work with multiple different types of cache's was one of the big
features in 2.1.

  -----Original Message-----
  From: Emmanuel Bourg []
  Sent: Tuesday, December 23, 2003 12:09 PM
  To: Jakarta Commons Developers List
  Subject: Re: [cache] project status query...

  I suggested a new orientation for [cache] earlier this month but it
  hasn't received much feedback :

  The idea was to turn it into an abstraction layer for cache
  implementations just like commons logging for logging implementations.
  Any thought on this ?

  Emmanuel Bourg

  Hernan Silberman wrote:

  > I'm interested to know the status of the cache sandbox project.  Looks
  > nice, I'd like to know if it's being actively worked on and how mature
the code
  > is.  I noticed there are no builds available and not much documentation
yet so I
  > thought I'd ask the list.
  > thanks!
  > Hernan
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