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Gruple: A Tuplespace for Groovy

I’d like to announce the first release of Gruple, a tuplespace implementation for Groovy (and Java, of course.) Release 1.0 is an *in-process* space only, meaning that it can be used to co-ordinate and synchronize threads, but not separate processes. It’s intent was to add one more tool to the toolkit for making concurrent programming simpler. (A remote space, allowing co-ordination among separate processes and/or nodes is on the roadmap, but not near the top.)

You can find the project at http://gruple.googlecode.com

After downloading and building the source (there’s an ant buildfile to make it easy enough), please read the Demos page for some instant gratification. 😉

Please enjoy it, and I appreciate any feedback (including bug reports!)

Happy concurrent programming!