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Re: Actor model implementation, seeking feedback

From: Théo Cavignac
Subject: Re: Actor model implementation, seeking feedback
Date: Sun, 27 Jun 2021 10:59:57 +0200
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Hi ! That's cool, actor model is very useful !

Also nng is soo cool, that would be fantastic if you could extract a standalone binding egg from your work !

How does your implementation perform in purely local single process environment where serialization and encryption are not required ?

Cheers !


Le 26/06/2021 à 17:38, Ariela Wenner a écrit :

Hi all! Over the past few months I've been working on and off in a simple
implementation of the actor model. It actually started as a research/toy project
more than anything else (because I think the actor model is very neat), but
eventually seemed to be turning into something which *might* actually be useful
for someone.

But that's just my opinion, so I'd like to hear some feedback about it before I
decide if it's worth submitting to the coop now, or ever.

The project uses nng[1] for communication (I made some rudimentary bindings to
the bare minimum), protobuf for serialization and tweetnacl for encryption.
Now, I'm FAR from an expert on communication, security, or even concurrency,
so there's probably a lot to pick on :)

Code is a bit messy and there's no comments, but hopefully it's clean enough.

Here's the link:



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