On 18/12/2007, at 1:11 AM, Andrew Piskorski wrote:
Glancing through the code, it looks like quite a good implementation
and very clean/readable. (i.e.: easy to improve upon further) My
preference would also be to have a 100% AOLserver module; the socket
API is just so nice.
1. Vlad's nsmemcache first.
That has the advantage of having a mature advanced library (dynamic
server add/remove, pooling) but the good ones all seem to use more
external dependencies that I'd like.
2. Write my a Tcl interface to apr_memcache or whatever other existing
C code API looks good.
The only downside I see to Tcl is that it is hard (impossible?) to do
pooling, creating more network overhead on both the client and the
memcached. C will probably be the best bet.
3. Finally, if I wasn't happy with any of those, implement the
memcache protocol myself from scratch, in Tcl and/or C.
So my preference would be Vlad's module too right now. In fact, I'll
probably have a play with it soon as I do have an actual use for it
AOLserver - http://www.aolserver.com/
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