[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitutil.js - rabbitmqctl sibling in JavaScript w/ RabbitMQ Java & Mozi

Derek Moore derek.p.moore at gmail.com
Wed Sep 8 02:56:57 BST 2010

Of course I wouldn't expect this script to ship w/ RabbitMQ...  But it can
serve as ensample & encouragement!

I just meant I would help to see this functionality ship in whatever form it
must take.  (About the only language used around here that I don't know is
Erlang, hahaha...)

I see you're restructuring source control repos...  We are attempting
something very similar at work, you may have just solved our problems there,
too!  ;P

I will check out the new repos and see if I can help on the management



On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 4:00 AM, Simon MacMullen <simon at rabbitmq.com> wrote:

> On 06/09/10 21:05, Alexis Richardson wrote:
>> In terms of protocol support in the Java client: noted.  Also noted
>> are your comments about shipping this.  We can certainly link to it
>> from the Getting Started page - would that be a good start?  A reason
>> for my hesitation is that management is undergoing a General Rethink
>> (
>> http://downagain.com/blog/2010/09/06/wherein-our-hero-isnt-happy-with-work/
>> ).
> Umm, are you sure that's the link you intended to post? ;)
>   The person who is leading this effort is Simon, cc'd.
>> Simon - any thoughts?
> I don't think we can ship this script per se. Adding a dependency on
> Javascript (and on Java for sysadmin work) seems a bit heavyweight to me.
> However: the management plugin will add support for a lot of this sort of
> thing. At the moment there's no command line client for it, but you could
> write a simple one with bash and curl, or in almost any language. A nice
> command line client is on my TODO list, albeit not near the top. Funnily
> enough I was having an argument yesterday about the value of such a thing ;)
> Also at the moment the management plugin won't let you publish or get
> messages. That's also on the TODO list in some form.
> I'm planning on making a preview release of the management plugin later
> today, at which point things may start to become clearer...
> Cheers, Simon
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