[rabbitmq-discuss] C++ client options
alan.antonuk at gmail.com
Thu Aug 8 19:05:26 BST 2013
On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 1:46 AM, Daniel Pocock <daniel at pocock.com.au> wrote:
> The most important thing will be demonstrating how it integrates with
> higher level code, particularly if the high level code is using an event
> loop other than the one you choose yourself. E.g. will the end user have
> to run your event loop in a thread and when they get callbacks from your
> code, they will have to pass data to their own event loop thread in a
> thread-safe manner?
> Another thing that comes to mind is the question of adding an abstraction
> layer, just like JMS in the Java world. The only one I've come across so
> far is OpenMAMA:
> http://www.openmama.org - do you believe RabbitMQ users could benefit
> from coding to the OpenMAMA API and using some low-level driver for AMQP or
> RabbitMQ specifically? This would be more like the JMS programming
I believe something like this would be something layered on top of the
protocol library, and not necessarily baked into the library itself. As to
whether you should go this direction, I would imagine it depends on the
requirements for whatever you're doing.
> I'd like to understand your feelings about the future of the API before
> committing to that - do you see something based on libuv happening in the
> near future, e.g. within 6 months?
> I don't plan on making any drastic API changes to SimpleAmqpClient, its
purpose in my eyes is to give an easy interface to using rabbitmq-c from
C++, so it will continue to develop SimpleAmqpClient to support the various
bits of functionality that rabbitmq-c supports. A libuv-based library will
likely be developed under a different library name, whether or not the
functionality gets rolled back into an existing library is TBD. Will this
happen in 6 months? I have no idea - it depends on how much free time I
have to work on these kinds of projects.
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