Is there any official way of caching the result of...
# spring
e
Is there any official way of caching the result of a
suspend
fun? I realize the generated continuation might be creating issues with how the caching mechanism works..
I found this lib, but it doesn't look like an official release, so guessing it won't follow the Spring release-cycle? https://github.com/konrad-kaminski/spring-kotlin-coroutine
e
No, but it doesn't seem to involve the use of
@Cacheable
at all. I can of course implement my own cache-loading and storage, but I was hoping Spring had 1st class support for kotlin coroutines
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