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Add metrics jcache #1010

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henri-tremblay commented Oct 3, 2016

This is a JCache module for metrics. It should works with any JCache compatible cache and was tested with Ehcache inside JHipster.

It was implemented by @anthonydahanne and I from Terracotta

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Hi. I know the contributors of this project are probably overloaded but I would like a head's up.

I want to know if you are ok for adding a jcache module? When this PR can then be processed if a different matter.

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Hi. I know the contributors of this project are probably overloaded but I would like a head's up.

I want to know if you are ok for adding a jcache module? When this PR can then be processed if a different matter.

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@anthonydahanne and @henri-tremblay,

Sorry to for the late response. I think this is a very fine module. The JCache specification has a JSR and supported by many caching libraries, so it makes sense to include and support it as one of the main modules. The implementation is rather concise, and I don't see downsides of merging it. Thank you and Terracotta for contributing it.

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@anthonydahanne and @henri-tremblay,

Sorry to for the late response. I think this is a very fine module. The JCache specification has a JSR and supported by many caching libraries, so it makes sense to include and support it as one of the main modules. The implementation is rather concise, and I don't see downsides of merging it. Thank you and Terracotta for contributing it.

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Awesome. Thanks

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henri-tremblay commented Jan 5, 2017

Awesome. Thanks

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Hi. When do you think the next release will be performed?

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henri-tremblay commented Jan 23, 2017

Hi. When do you think the next release will be performed?

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Hi @henri-tremblay, I recently merged a bunch of pending pull requests to the 3.2 branch, and last week there were not so much activity on the project, so I think it's time to prepare a release. I will try to reach out to @ryantenney about it this week (he has the deploy rights to the io.dropwizard.metrics namespace in the Maven Central repository)

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arteam commented Jan 23, 2017

Hi @henri-tremblay, I recently merged a bunch of pending pull requests to the 3.2 branch, and last week there were not so much activity on the project, so I think it's time to prepare a release. I will try to reach out to @ryantenney about it this week (he has the deploy rights to the io.dropwizard.metrics namespace in the Maven Central repository)

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