Project Archive

The following is the list of the project in which I was involved once upon a time. I don’t maintain or take part in them anymore:

  • Lorentz – A Generic object conversion framework
  • Maxine – A Simplistic JMX microkernel
  • OIL – A queue persistence library
  • TL-Launcher – A single-JAR application launcher
  • TL-IO – I/O and NIO utility classes
  • TL-Util – Miscellaneous utlitiy classes
  • Netty 1 – An event based BIO framework
  • Netty 2 – An event based NIO framework

Subversion Repository Access

Please use your Subversion client to check the source code out:

svn co http://trustin.googlecode.com/svn/ gleamynode
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0 thoughts on “Project Archive

  1. Garth says:

    Hi Trustin,
    Thanks for all your wonderful software! I’ve been a Netty and MINA user, and have always been incredibly impressed with the quality of your projects.
    I’d like to take a look at the OIL source, but the svn repo seems to be missing. Is it available elsewhere?
    Thank you!
    Garth

  2. Hi Garth,

    I’m so happy that you are satisfied with my work. OIL is pretty out-of-date project, but let me upload it somewhere and update this page if you want to browse its source code. I’d suggesst you to use a JMS provider which provides in-VM transport though.

  3. Garth says:

    Thanks Trustin. I’m just interested in checking out the code and seeing how it was built. I have a very small project for which a full JMS provider is overkill, and I’d like to see how you designed it. I’ve already looked at some of the JBoss Messaging and ActiveMQ code, but I wanted to see something that wasn’t built specifically for JMS before I finalized my own design.
    Best,
    Garth

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