[rabbitmq-discuss] basic.consume filter arg [was: Re: AMQP v0-9]

Robert Godfrey rob.j.godfrey at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 02:27:21 BST 2007

Hi Matthias,

M1 was before my time :-)

M2 will be using the 0-8 spec file that is within the specs directory in the
qpid apache svn repository.  It has an "arguments" argument (essentially the
filters argument from 0-9 with the 0-10 name, not that names are important
at the wire level).  There are some other additions to the correct 0-8
specbut these are essentially additions, and as long as the strict amqp flag
is passed to the qpid client then the client won't use them ...

-- Rob

On 23/08/07, Matthias Radestock <matthias at lshift.net> wrote:
> Robert Godfrey wrote:
> >[For instance I think Qpid actually
> > already has the basic.consume filter argument].
> When you say "already", do you mean in M1? I have been working with the
> Qpid M1 source distribution and the auto-generated codec there certainly
> does not have the additional arg. Perhaps the binary distributions do?
> Can you find out? I am asking because I want to make sure I am not
> missing something in my interop testing.
> I know that the 0-8 spec in the current Qpid svn repo is different from
> the official spec, and the addtional arg to basic.consume is part of that.
> What flavour of the 0-8 spec will the M2 release be based on?
> Matthias.
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