[rabbitmq-discuss] python stomp examples
joes.mailing.lists at gmail.com
Mon Sep 8 16:26:40 BST 2008
Thanks for the quick reply!
> Have you read Tony's article about how to install and run the STOMP
> adapter (which is not bundled with the Rabbit package for Debian)?
Yes, in the interim I've now read through the article you mentioned
and got the STOMP adapter plugged in. I've also successfully tested
it using the bundled ruby code. I had to do it from source though -
the directions for Debian users installing the .deb package did not
quite work, as the Makefile specified the server name as:
but the debian package is:
Running the make file, after correcting this still gave an error about
the src directory not having a run target, so I started over with
everything from source and it worked quite well, but required the
erlang-dev package for debian.
> IIRC, this also contains client examples in Ruby and Perl.
I've now got the ruby examples running, but unfortunately I know
nothing about Ruby so it takes a little longer to figure out what is
> Also, if you would send in the error or ordinary response messages, it
> would help other people diagnose the problem.
Right, sorry about that - the problem was that there was no error -
there was no response of any kind, but this was definitely because I
hadn't installed the STOMP adapter, so that problem is now resolved.
> BTW, is your goal to speak to Rabbit from Python fullstop, or do you
> specifically need to use STOMP?
I specifically need to use STOMP, and I want to integrate this with
Orbited ( www.orbited.org ), and an existing pylons application.
> If you are just interested in the former, you may just want to start
> out with Barry's Python library for AMQP:
I am also interested in finding out more about this, and actually just
received some sample python-AMQP code from another kind replier in
this list, which I think I neglected to reply-to-all to...
The stomp.py test program I'm using, which comes directly from the
site mentioned in my original post, is still giving the following
message: Bad CONNECT
Missing login or passcode header(s)
despite my most certainly sending the headers. But I suspect there is
some descrepancy between this and the ruby examples that ship with the
stomp adapter source, so maybe a bit of digging around will be
sufficient for me to solve this!
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