jruby-memcached 0.5.0 released

    22 Aug 2012

    I just released jruby-memcached 0.5.0, it contains the following changes:

    1. add travis-ci support, testing jruby-18mode, jruby-19mode and jruby-head environment.
    2. update spymemcached to 2.8.3, which set shouldOptimize to false by default, there are some bugs with true shouldOptimize so far.
    3. fix increment/decrement issue, in < 0.5.0, incr/decr with unmarshal encode while get with marshal decode.
    4. accept exception_retry_limit option.
    5. add Memcached::ATimeoutOccurred error to handl...
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    jruby-memcached 0.4.0 released

    17 Aug 2012

    I just released jruby-memcached 0.4.0, it contains the following changes:

    1. run spymemcached as a daemon thread. I found when running rake task with jruby-memcached < 0.4.0, it won't stop unless you press Ctrl+C.
    2. get method can accept multiple keys.
    3. add Memcached::Rails as a rails cache_store. Of course, it is compatible with Memcached::Rails in memcached.gem.
    4. make full use of jruby annotation to reduce method definitions with optional and rest arguments.

    check out the full code changes here.

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    jruby-memcached 0.3.0 released

    07 Aug 2012

    I just released jruby-memcached 0.3.0, it runs about 10%-20% faster than 0.2.0, I removed ruby code and totally wrote it by java code, check out the file changes.

    2 weeks ago, I released jruby-memcached 0.1.0, in that post I mentioned jruby-memcached response time in a request is 40+ms while memcached.gem response time is 30+ms, it looked fine, but I was still investigating the way to improve jruby-memcached performance.

    After reading jruby-spymemcached gem and jruby source code, I rewrote jruby-memcached by pure java code instead of ruby code, because calling java f...

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    jruby-memcached 0.1.0 released

    24 Jul 2012

    I just released jruby-memcached 0.1.0 gem, which is the fastest jruby memcached client so far and it is also compatible with memcached.gem. The following is the story why I created jruby-memcached gem.

    We are trying to migrate our service from ree to jruby. It's a big project for us, as our repository is written from early 2009, it becomes bigger and bigger, and nobody can promise migrating it to jruby without any ...

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