The last few weeks have been busy busy. Me and Aaron have been making some massive improvements to Pigeon. Most of the Akka features are now
Porting Akka to .NET I finally got around to implement full lifecycle management in Pigeon. The Pigeon actor behavior is now consistent with real Akka.
When I began to write the configuration support for my Akka Actors port “Pigeon”, I used JSON for the config files. I’ve now managed to
I’ve been working quite a bit on my Akka port this weekend. Finally got a a configuration system in place. Trying to stay close to
As some of you might know, I’m making an unofficial port of Akka for .NET. https://github.com/rogeralsing/Pigeon. (Why not Akka# or dotAkka? I simply assume that
This is a follow up on my previous post; http://rogeralsing.com/2014/01/01/pigeon-akka-actors-for-net/ The code for this project can be found here: https://github.com/rogeralsing/Pigeon And again, before I begin, please do