Distributed and/or Concurrent Programming in Java: Mandala-v2.3

From: eipi (eipiequalsnoone_at_users.sourceforge.net)
Date: 04/28/04

Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 17:53:43 GMT

About: Mandala is a Java library which eases the development of concurrent
object-oriented applications by using the concept of asynchronous
references. Mandala also provides remote asynchronous references in order to
create distributed applications. Mandala is dynamic in that objects do not have
to be specifically written to be accessed asynchronously (and remotely).

See http://freshmeat.net/projects/mandala or http://mandala.sf.net for more

Changes: In Mandala/JACOb, some remote objects now provide a
getLocalReference() method that returns a local reference on the object their
remote proxy refers to. This method is used to provide remote instantiation of
classes. Thanks to Mandala/RAMI, remote insertions can be performed
asynchronously using a stored object reference on an instantiator instance.

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