[rabbitmq-discuss] Internal services (was Re: Queue info)

Michael Arnoldus chime at mu.dk
Sun Sep 7 20:40:37 BST 2008

Sorry for the late reply.

As far as I remember, my primary concern was dependency on the  
internals of Rabbit and also on Rabbit itself.

Using the erlang client would solve both problems.


On Jul 16, 2008, at 12:55 , Ben Hood wrote:

> Michael,
> On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 10:44 AM, Tony Garnock-Jones  
> <tonyg at lshift.net> wrote:
>> Hi Michael,
>> Michael Arnoldus wrote:
>>> Speaking of which - if it should happen that I one late night are
>>> finding myself sorely missing working in erlang to the degree that  
>>> I'd
>>> like to experiment with this - do you have any docs or just  
>>> pointers to
>>> how to receive and send AMQP from inside erlang? I guess using the
>>> erlang AMQP client to let the server talk to itself isn't exactly  
>>> the
>>> right approach ...
> Can you elaborate on why using the Erlang client to let the *server
> speak to itself* may the wrong approach?
> As Tony has pointed out in the previous post, you can use the internal
> rabbit API to send and receive messages, but this means that you tie
> yourself in the internals of Rabbit, which *may* change over time.
> HTH,
> Ben
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