This is the Windows app named Caffeine whose latest release can be downloaded as 3.0.4.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Caffeine is a high performance Java caching library providing a near optimal hit rate. A Cache is similar to ConcurrentMap, but not quite the same. The most fundamental difference is that a ConcurrentMap persists all elements that are added to it until they are explicitly removed. A Cache on the other hand is generally configured to evict entries automatically, in order to constrain its memory footprint. In some cases a LoadingCache or AsyncLoadingCache can be useful even if it doesn't evict entries, due to its automatic cache loading. To improve integration, JSR-107 JCache and Guava adapters are provided in extension modules. JSR-107 standardizes a Java 6 based API to minimize vendor specific code at the cost of features and performance. Guava's Cache is the predecessor library and the adapters provide a simple migration strategy. Automatic loading of entries into the cache, optionally asynchronously and size-based eviction when a maximum is exceeded based on frequency and recency.
- Time-based expiration of entries, measured since last access or last write
- Asynchronously refresh when the first stale request for an entry occurs
- Keys automatically wrapped in weak references
- Values automatically wrapped in weak or soft references
- Notification of evicted (or otherwise removed) entries
- Writes propagated to an external resource
- Accumulation of cache access statistics
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