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Information for build apache-commons-javaflow-1.0-0.1.20120509SNAPSHOT.fc18

ID327705
Package Nameapache-commons-javaflow
Version1.0
Release0.1.20120509SNAPSHOT.fc18
Epoch
SummaryCommons Javaflow
DescriptionSometimes it is useful if we can capture the state of the application, its stack of function calls, which includes local variables, the global variables and the program counter, and save them into an object. If this object would give us the ability to restart the processing from the point stored in it. A continuation is exactly the type of object that we need. Think of a continuation as an object that, for a given point in your program, contains a snapshot of the stack trace, including all the local variables, and the program counter. You can not only store these things in the continuation object, but also restore the execution of the program from a continuation object. This means that the stack trace and the program counter of the running program become the ones stored in a continuation. Continuations are powerful concepts from the world of functional languages, like Scheme, but they are becoming popular in other languages as well.
Built bygil
State complete
Volume fedora_koji_archive05
StartedTue, 26 Jun 2012 17:46:16 UTC
CompletedTue, 26 Jun 2012 17:52:44 UTC
Taskbuild (rawhide, /apache-commons-javaflow:7a2454354cf74423643cd0276125fcdd5f25d0d1)
Tags No tags
RPMs
src
apache-commons-javaflow-1.0-0.1.20120509SNAPSHOT.fc18.src.rpm (info) (download)
noarch
apache-commons-javaflow-1.0-0.1.20120509SNAPSHOT.fc18.noarch.rpm (info) (download)
apache-commons-javaflow-ant-1.0-0.1.20120509SNAPSHOT.fc18.noarch.rpm (info) (download)
apache-commons-javaflow-javadoc-1.0-0.1.20120509SNAPSHOT.fc18.noarch.rpm (info) (download)
Logs
noarch
build.log
root.log
state.log
Changelog * Wed May 09 2012 gil cattaneo <puntogil@libero.it> 1.0-0.1.20120509SNAPSHOT - initial rpm