|Re: [jgit-dev] NIO2 JGit Implementation|
Hello Alex,I was also interested in the NIO2 implementation which would allow me to use jimfs memory file system.
Finally, I made my own fork keeping compatibility (left all public interfaces intact):
Kind regards, Dmitry P.S. maven: https://gitlab.bsc.es/inb/maven/jgit-nio On 11/16/2019 12:29 AM, Alexandre Porcelli Bakos wrote:
Hi All, A few years ago, I mentioned some work that my team in Red Hat has been executing to create a NIO2 JGit implementation. Back in time, there was some interest. However, we never had the time to isolate it from our project codebase. Finally, during the Gerrit/JGit Hackathon in Sunnyvale, I invested the time to do it, and finally, I made it completely isolated ! There's still some work to be done to flexible the architecture, especially around Daemons and Security. However, I'd like to get some input from you if they're still interested in having this component to JGit as a separate bundle (jar). Please let me know what you think and, if it's the case, how to proceed from here.  - https://github.com/porcelli/jgit-nio2 Regards, --- Alex Porcelli Business Automation Architect Red Hat Business Systems and Intelligence Group _______________________________________________ jgit-dev mailing list jgit-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx To change your delivery options, retrieve your password, or unsubscribe from this list, visit https://www.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/jgit-dev .
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