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  • Sep 13 16:07
    DragonBanana opened #1388
  • Sep 11 19:20

    jknack on 1.x

    Travis: use openjdk for 1.x bra… (compare)

  • Sep 11 19:16

    jknack on 1.x

    update travis branch to 1.x (compare)

  • Sep 09 23:38
    agentgt closed #1376
  • Sep 09 14:50
    jknack milestoned #1387
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  • Sep 09 14:49
    agentgt opened #1387
  • Sep 09 00:21

    jknack on 2.x

    Add missing license headers (compare)

  • Sep 09 00:19
    jknack closed #1299
  • Sep 09 00:19
    jknack closed #1383
  • Sep 09 00:19

    jknack on 2.x

    cli: update and check annotatio… v2.1.0 prepare for next development cy… and 5 more (compare)

  • Sep 08 19:34

    jknack on 2.x

    First fix enums from using refl… Add adapter for real Value inte… Added ValueConverter SPI and 4 more (compare)

  • Sep 08 19:34
    jknack closed #1386
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    agentgt opened #1386
  • Sep 07 08:27
    agentgt commented #1377
  • Sep 07 00:19
    jknack commented #1377
Jerry Dimitriou
@jerouris
Very good numbers there @jknack. What is the pgclient variant? an instance using an async postgress driver? I'm also seing other tests where mvc is faster than undertow (script), maybe some JVM magic is in place here.
Edgar Espina
@jknack
Pgclient = async postgress driver
difference between mvc and script are based on current state of environment (jvm, network, memory, cpu, etc)
Jakob Bowyer
@jkbbwr
Any plans for server sent events?
Edgar Espina
@jknack
haha
with 2.x fine a couple of features of 1.x that thought no body uses it
server sent was one of them
need to add web sockets first
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
since ie is now chrome based, there are no major browsers not supporting SSE
:)
Jakob Bowyer
@jkbbwr
SSE is handy as heck as a fallback for Websockets
Edgar Espina
@jknack
oh really?
what ie version?
I’m doing a necessary refactor on Value API
started websocket implementation and got block with some limitation on Value API
@jknack I believe in you!

my dream list are

Websockets
SSL
SSE

Edgar Espina
@jknack
the path is more like
Jakob Bowyer
@jkbbwr
once we got those jooby wins in my books
Edgar Espina
@jknack
well yea
that one
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
well, not IE, but edge
Edgar Espina
@jknack
cool
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
is it a decision to not support servlets as deployment /server/ in v2?
(servlets did not work with websockets in v1, right?)
Edgar Espina
@jknack
right no websocket in 1.x
going to support deployment of servelts into jooby
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
eh? deploying servlets into jooby, but jooby wont be a servlet?
Edgar Espina
@jknack
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
(i'm not gonna miss servlets, they are full of limitations)
Edgar Espina
@jknack
agreed
there should couple of users using the war thing
(not more than 5 users)
should this better be true for junit tests? right now if jooby fails to start in runner, the tests fail with "connection refused" error, obscuring the original problem
Edgar Espina
@jknack
probably yea, but 1.x is more less freezed it
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
but v2 is not ready yet ? :)
Edgar Espina
@jknack
yea development effor is on 2.x
got confused with a link to 1.x source code
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
well, we use v1 in prod, and i'm addressing some of the pain points
Edgar Espina
@jknack
think 2.x doesn’t catch bootstrap exception
just throw it
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
[no related to jooby specifically] Do anyone know why why jetty-ALPN needs something in jvm bootpath
do we even need jetty-ALPN, maybe there is java-only implementations available?
why they even need to hook into bootclasspath?
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
well ok, its because alpn hooks in jvm's rt.jar SSL stuff
Andrew Gurinovich
@altmind
i wonder if we even need jetty-alpn for anything except h2 client IN TESTS, and we can implement alpn-capable server w/ netty/jetty/undetow pipleines