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Cache solution #31

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seratch opened this Issue Nov 27, 2013 · 4 comments

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seratch commented Nov 27, 2013

For now, there is no plan to provide out-of-the-box cache feature. This library seems to be good.

https://github.com/cb372/cacheable

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seratch commented Feb 26, 2014

@cb372 Do you have any plans to release stable version of cacheable?

This is just an idea. I apologize if I hurt your feelings. How about developing cacheable as a part of Skinny project if you're interested in? Of course, the skinny-cacheable should be independent from skinny-framework as well as skinny-mailer.

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cb372 commented Feb 26, 2014

The fate of cacheable is currently undecided. It doesn't compile with Scala 2.11-M8, but I spoke to Eugene "Mr. Macro" Burmako about it, and I think I can get it working with the next milestone.

The macro API looks like it will be more stable in 2.11, so if cacheable works with 2.11 with no problems, then I will develop it further. In that case, I'm happy to move it to skinny.

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seratch commented Feb 26, 2014

Thank you for your very quick reply.
I got it. I'm looking forword to welcoming cacheable!

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seratch commented Dec 20, 2014

scalacache (former cacheable) is already a popular and independent library now.

It is possible to consider creating optional module to integrate with scalacache (e.g. ORM query caching, HTTP request caching) in the future.

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