on 11/27/2010 6:02 AM
What’s new in Akka 1.0-RC1 is that HotSwap now takes the following signature: case class HotSwap(code: ActorRef => Actor.Receive, discardOld: Boolean = true) Before it only had: case class HotSwap(code: Actor.Receive) So what’s new is that you can use the “discardOld” parameter to control if you want behaviors to be stacked or not. “discardOld = true” will essentially issue an “unbecome” before it applies the new code. The problem with HotSwap before was that you couldn’t have any reference to “self”, and [...]
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