[SqueakDBX] Yet another pool for connections.

Panu Suominen panu.suominen at iki.fi
Thu Jan 20 14:31:28 UTC 2011

Have been very busy lately but some progres on this front.

Previously there was some packages missing. I added those and improved
the documentation.
Currently we have some minor applications on very light usage
depending on the library.

I will create the metacello configuration and add some words to the
wiki when I have

I let you know when I have instructions on how to use it with GlorpDBX.

2010/12/26 Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck at gmail.com>:
> Thanks Panu for sharing. If you could write a little description on how to
> install, use and configure GlorpDBX to use such pool, it would be great.
> Because we can share it with other users. We can even put such information
> in our website.
> You said it is not production code yet, but please let us know its progress.
> Cheers
> Mariano
> On Wed, Dec 15, 2010 at 9:03 AM, Panu Suominen <panu.j.m.suominen at gmail.com>
> wrote:
>> I don't know if anyone is interested, but I have coded yet another
>> pool for connections (and other objects too).
>> I asked before about connection pooling for Glorp. I was given some
>> list of solutions but there were also mentions
>> that there might be bugs. I got the impression that the quality of
>> those solutions was unclear.
>> Because of this I tried to create my own solution with proper tests. I
>> divided the solution to general object pool that
>> mimics the way Apache commons pool works
>> (http://commons.apache.org/pool/) and then created
>> SqueakDBXPoolingDriver that uses the pool.
>> Currently the code is not in production use but it will be soon.
>> Also the Driver part is currently not tested because I have not have
>> time to come up with good solution for testing it.
>> The code can be found in http://www.squeaksource.com/ObjectPool
>> Any suggestions are appreciated.
>> --
>> Panu
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