[rabbitmq-discuss] Python example on event-driving consumer?

njsss shilei1980 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 23:49:07 GMT 2012

Excuse me for being a newb, but how to "loop for N ms" in Pika
(haven't got time to look into haigha)?
I tried to set a timeout func in the ioloop:

def on_timeout():
    global connection
    print "timeout"
connection.add_timeout(timeout, on_timeout)

and insert these between each frame (don't really know how to do the
queue in that game engine (panda3D) as well :( ):
        connection = SelectConnection(parameters, on_connected)
        connection.add_timeout(timeout, on_timeout)

but running into trouble
"UserWarning: SelectConnection.Close invoked while closing or closed  
    self.__class__.__name__) "

On Jan 9, 12:16 pm, Aaron Westendorf <aa... at agoragames.com> wrote:
> You can also use haigha which supports pyevent and gevent for its loop.https://github.com/agoragames/haigha
> Regarding your animation loop, you can simply queue the "draw()" onto
> the event loop so it's all in synch, use native threading, or both
> pyevent and gevent support a concept of "loop for N milliseconds, then
> return", so you can call that whenever your animation loop yields.
> -Aaron
> On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 1:02 PM, njsss <shilei1... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I'm new to rabbitmq and python as well. I installed pika and followed
> > the tutorials. But what I need is an event-driving messenger. Is there
> > anyway to do it?
> > Thanks,
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