The JCSP library (Communicating Sequential Processes for Java) is now available from the jcentre repository as follows:
The associated Github location is https://github.com/CSPforJAVA/jcsp .
There is a set of demonstrations of the library, that use multi-core machines and distributed networks at: https://github.com/CSPforJAVA/jcspDemos .
The JCSP library is part of the original GPars Groovy parallelism infrastructure.
In addition, the groovyJCSP library provides a set of Groovy helper classes, that make the use of the JCSP library much easier by reducing the amount of code that must be written to build parallel systems.
These classes are used extensively in the books
"Using Concurrency and Parallelism Effectively parts i & ii" by Jon Kerridge published by Bookboon, free of charge.
The library is available from https://github.com/JonKerridge/groovyJCSP/tree/2.4.12-1.1.0 . This version was generated using groovy-2.4.12 and jcsp-1.1.0.
The software used in the books is available at https://github.com/JonKerridge/UCaPE
The libraries and related codes are available under the Apache 2.0 Licence.
Professor Jon Kerridge PhD FBCS FHEA CITP CEng
10 Colinton Road
On 2018-05-31 17:06, Kerridge, Jon wrote:
> I have yet to create a version of the library that is compiled for anything other than groovy-2.4.12 and jdk8.
> The former because in other work I am doing I cannot use any version above groovy2.4.12 due to a bug I found. JDK 8 because I am lazy and waiting for JDK 11 before doing any further recompilations in preparation for teaching!!
> With regard your last point putting it onto Maven Central: I have never used that repo, putting it onto jcenter has taken a lot of effort because I was getting to grips with gradle and intellij as well. Send me a hint or a web page that tells me how to do it please!!
Jon, if you chose jcenter intently as the primary repository you can
enable jcenter -> Maven Central (aka The Central Repository)
synchronization without much effort:
Just please ensure you have everything what is needed for Maven Central
in your pom:
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Russel Winder <[hidden email]>
> Sent: 31 May 2018 15:16
> To: Kerridge, Jon <[hidden email]>; [hidden email]; GPars Developers <[hidden email]>; [hidden email]
> Subject: Re: New release of JCSP - (part of GPars) and groovyJCSP
> On Thu, 2018-05-31 at 10:44 +0000, Kerridge, Jon wrote:
>> The JCSP library (Communicating Sequential Processes for Java) is now
>> available from the jcentre repository as follows:
>> compile 'cspforjava:jcsp:1.1.0'
>> The associated Github location is https://github.com/CSPforJAVA/jcsp
> This is great news, my hacked org.codehaus.jcsp:jcsp:1.1-rc-5 from
> 2010-08-07 can now be properly forgotten. I'll test out using
> cspforjava:jcsp:1.1.0 on a build of GPars 2.0 with Groovy 3 and JDK 10.
> I wonder if the JCenter artefact should be copied over to Maven Central?
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