[concurrency-interest] Use of j.u.c. constructs in open source projects

Sanne Grinovero sanne.grinovero at gmail.com
Tue Mar 30 18:17:30 EDT 2010


Hello,
sorry for the late answer, I have a good example:

www.infinispan.org

It's definitely open source and does contain a very high density of
j.u.c. usage.

Regards,
Sanne

2010/2/20 David Walend <david at walend.net>:
>> From: kedar mhaswade <kedar.mhaswade at gmail.com>
>>
>> Someone asked me if I knew open source projects where j.u.c. constructs
>> are
>> used heavily.
>> Her intent was to check out (study thoroughly) how these constructs are
>> put
>> to (good) use.
>>
>> Does anyone on the list have any recommendation for such a project (open
>> source)?
>>
>
> SomnifugiJMS makes heavy use of BlockingQueues, a few Locks and Conditions,
> and this diabolical use of AtomicMarkableReferences that Tim Peierls
> suggested -- it does JMS message selectors without a database. I'm not sure
> I'd call it "good," but the code has been kicked around for about ten years.
> New bug reports have gotten pretty rare.
>
> https://somnifugijms.dev.java.net/
>
> Hope that helps,
>
> Dave
>
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