It is currently under development and not intended for public use. If you want to hack on it, follow the instructions and send me pull requests!
Since the project is under development, it is not packaged and published to a repository yet. As a result, you'll have to clone the repository and install the dependencies through sbt. Thankfully, this is easy:
- Make sure to have a JDK and sbt installed on your system. You don't need scala, this will be fetched by sbt on demand.
- Clone the repository into a local directory.
- Inside the root directory of the project, run
sbt update. This will fetch all dependencies.
- If you want to import the project in eclipse, jump into
eclipse. You can then import the project as an
existing projectin eclipse.
- To run the tests, type
For more information on sbt, see the documentation. Note that every time you change the project dependencies, you'll have to rerun
eclipse and than refresh the project inside eclipse.
You may also want to consult the akka docs for further information on how the foundation of cachakka works.
More information will be added here as the features and tests are implemented.