[rabbitmq-discuss] Silverlight application with RabbitMQ

Gustavo Aquino aquino.gustavo at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 07:01:59 BST 2010

Hi guys,

Do you have some ideia about when RabbitMQ 0.9.1 will be official released ?


On Tue, Apr 27, 2010 at 7:49 PM, Tony Garnock-Jones <tonyg at lshift.net>wrote:

> Hi Jens,
> Aernouts Jens wrote:
> > missing classes in Silverlight like TcpClient, XmlDocument, ArrayList, …
> Wow, what a crippled environment. (Although actually I wonder why we depend
> on
> XmlDocument. Hmm. The other dependencies seem reasonable though!)
> > - Tried the STOMP plug-in, because there is a (working) Silverlight
> > client for STOMP. Sending of text works, but we have to send binary data
> > (Protobuf serialized). This does not work, the received data is wrong
> > (both the content as the length). We’re not sure if it’s the RabbitMQ
> > STOMP plugin or the STOMP client that’s doing something wrong with
> > binary data. Is there someone who already managed to send binary data
> > over STOMP?
> Yep. STOMP is capable of carrying binary data without encoding. The client
> simply needs to use a content-length header to let the server know reliably
> when the message body ends. The RabbitMQ STOMP adapter processes these
> according to the spec, and I've personally seen binary data carried across
> the
> wire OK.
> > - Get the RabbitMQ client Project to compile against the Silverlight
> > runtime. This is not undoable, but requires some work. Would someone be
> > interested in a Silverlight version of the RabbitMQ client?
> I think this sounds very interesting! If we could split the .NET client
> into a
> core that could compile against Silverlight and other reduced runtimes, and
> an
> outer layer that includes some of the convenience code that only runs on a
> full
> .NET environment, then that would be very cool.
> Regards,
>   Tony
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