[02:39:05] <tyrick> I have a question about the Message.reply method for a handler. The documents say is accepts an Object, but I am not understanding how it could be so general
[02:39:31] <tyrick> Somewhere, something needs to know how to handle JsonObject or JsonArray, or whatever else it may be, right?
[08:14:48] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox [16:53:01] <AlexLehm> myghty: I think I wanted to send you an answer to question a few days ago, but I forgot which it was [16:53:26] <myghty> AlexLehm: hey! :) Well… probably the microservice architecture related one [16:53:46] <myghty> (my server struck down… harddrive crash and still not all backups restored… ) [16:54:03] <AlexLehm> oh, bad [16:54:32] <myghty> I was thinking in here loudly about how to build a proper microservice architecture with vert.x, either building my own small api gateway, or if vert.x does that automatically for me if every verticle brings an http server listening on the same port [16:54:45] <AlexLehm> ah es, it was about deploying new verticles when the jvm was already running [16:54:50] <myghty> ah jeah :) [16:54:59] <AlexLehm> I would try the event bus, I think [16:55:00] <myghty> I saw, that one could use the maven factory [16:55:09] <myghty> or verticle factory… that would be an option [16:55:47] <myghty> (just discovered that yesterday) [16:55:53] <AlexLehm> if you have the classes already loaded you can use the verticle factory easily [16:57:08] <myghty> jep [16:57:15] <myghty> if not, maven or http factory might do the job [16:58:04] <AlexLehm> i should take a look at that before I give the wrong advice, can the maven factory load new classes? that would be a good solution as well [17:01:12] <myghty> it looks like [17:01:30] <myghty> http factory documentation says it is able to pull artifacts from remote http servers [17:01:34] <myghty> and deploy them at runtime [17:01:39] <myghty> mvn factory tells the same [17:01:45] <myghty> since I don [17:01:58] <myghty> don't want to do classpath magic manually mostly… never a good idea [17:37:55] * ChanServ sets mode: +o temporalfox
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[22:39:57] <oooo> is NetSocket.write thread-safe?