@carlozancanaro You put an element into it, after a certain amount of time it will be removed, unless fetched, updated or "poked".

@shadowfacts @carlozancanaro I suppose so, the main thing I would need to use it for would be to make things purge themselves after a delay. So it would require a specific interface and callbacks for when the objects are purged. Plus some sort of iteration thing for expired tasks on the ticks.

Follow

@gudenau @shadowfacts It looks like Guava has something similar to what you want.

stackoverflow.com/questions/38

You can add a removal listener to the cache, which isn't mentioned in that answer but is in the javadoc.

bad fiddler on the roof joke 

@carlozancanaro @gudenau

I couldn't help myself

🎵 MapMaker, MapMaker, make me map
🎵 Find me a find, catch me a catch
🎵 MapMaker, MapMaker, look through your impls
🎵And make me a perfect map

bad fiddler on the roof joke 

@shadowfacts @carlozancanaro I have never seen that play.

re: bad fiddler on the roof joke 

@gudenau @carlozancanaro it's a (bad) parody of this song from the musical: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59Hj7bp38f8
Sign in to participate in the conversation
Mastodon for Tech Folks

This Mastodon instance is for people interested in technology. Discussions aren't limited to technology, because tech folks shouldn't be limited to technology either!