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Akka-like .NET Actor Model Toolkit
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Dotsero ======= This is a MVP .NET Actor Model toolkit that follows the Akka API as closely as possible, but as idomatic C#. It is licensed under Apache 2.0. What's In a Name? ----------------- Dotsero, Colorado: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dotsero Currently supported: -------------------- 1. ActorSystem - /user - /sys - /sys/deadLetters 2. Actor, Props, ActorContext, and ActorRef - Any number of typed OnReceive() methods - Stack-based Become/Unbecome 3. ActorPath (very lightweight) 4. ActorSelection (currently no wildcards) 5. SupervisorStrategy - OneForOneStrategy - AllForOneStrategy (not fully implemented) 6. System Scheduler (timers) - Requires Retlang: https://code.google.com/p/retlang/ - Currently seeing approximately 0.5 million messages per second, with only two threads, on a Intel i7 Quad Core 4700HQ 2.4 GHz. - See unit tests for usage. Currently unsupported (big items missing): ------------------------------------------ 1. Configuration 2. EventBus/EventStream 3. Remoting and Clustering (LocalActorRef/RemoteActorRef) 4. Creating and stopping actors is currently not asyncrhonous, and the ActorKilledException/Stop messages are currently not supported. Further, if a message is delivered to a suspended actor (e.g. due to a restart) the delivery currently blocks rather than stashing messages. This is because stashing would require another incoming message to cause the stashed messages to be delivered. A scheduler would be the thing to cause the stash to be emptied. The good news is that the block is a sleep and will likely last only one 1 ms interval. 5. Death Watch 6. Whatever else is not listed above as supported.