On 2010-07-03 22:34, Dan Allen wrote:
Great news Marcin. You are also welcome to announce the release in
I wanted to wait with it to the next version 0.4.0 which brings JARs to
Maven Central Repository for convenient usage.
Another way to get visibly for the project is to convert this
into a JBoss Community blog entry (every member gets a personal blog, which
appears on blogs.jboss.org
). Also, if you have a blog, we can add it to the
feed on seamframework.org
Good idea. I have to think about a name for that blog and I will back to
Btw, we would be very interested in tying this into Arquillian. If
ideas, or just want to get the conversation started, head over the the
After some off-list talks tying Perf4j into Arquillian would be probably
postponed until some future version of Arquillian. In the meantime I
will try to use Arquillian to test Perf4CDI itself.
2010/7/2 Marcin Zajączkowski <mszpak(a)wp.pl>
> I would like to announce release of the initial version of Perf4CDI 
> - Perf4j integration for CDI based applications.
> Perf4j is a performance monitoring library for Java applications which
> allows to simple measure methods/blocks' execution time (e.g. using one
> annotation and AOP). Perf4CDI brings that ability to CDI based
> Perf4CDI should be compatible with every CDI implementation and was
> successfully tested with OpenWebBeans 1.0.0-M4. Due to WELD-507  the
> first supported Weld version will be probably 1.0.2.CR1.
> This is the initial release (0.3.0), but Perf4CDI is a sister project of
> Seam-Perf4j  which supports Seam Framework 2.2.x and works fine in
> that environment for awhile.
> If you have questions or suggestions about Perf4CDI please ask here or
> on Perf4j's discussion mailing list .
>  - http://perf4cdi.sourceforge.net/
>  - https://jira.jboss.org/browse/WELD-507
>  - http://perf4cdi.sourceforge.net/support.php#discussion
> Marcin Zajączkowski
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