[rabbitmq-discuss] Homebrew RabbitMQ

Ian Ragsdale ian.ragsdale at gmail.com
Sat Sep 25 09:33:37 BST 2010

It's quite convenient, and I don't think that anyone believes running it as a service is a detriment.  All things being equal, I'd prefer to have it running as a service.  However, in my own environment the advantages of having it run as a service are far outweighed by the extra 6GB of stuff (perhaps an exaggeration, but not by much) that macports want to install to get it running. 

- Ian

On Sep 25, 2010, at 3:09 AM, David Wragg wrote:

> Tim Child <tim at cantemo.com> writes:
>> I agree, most OS X users are probably developers looking for a local
>> solution to develop for a system which will end up deployed on another
>> OS.
> Running rabbit as a service is very convenient, even if you are just
> developing with rabbit.  That's what I do, unless I'm working on rabbit
> itself or its plugins.  The idea that you only need to run it as a
> service for deployment is one I haven't heard suggested until this
> thread.
> David
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