[rabbitmq-discuss] Porting .NET client to WinRT API (Windows 8).

Nathan Brown nathan at nkbrown.us
Tue Jun 25 18:29:28 BST 2013

Accidentally sent the message before I finished.

My questions were:

Is there any feedback on the code I've submitted so far?

For the Windows 8 changes; How should I deal with the split in the
codebase?  Should I use conditional compilation like #ifdef NETFX_CORE, or
use copies of the files that change and links for the ones that don't?  I
personally think that conditional compilation for most changes and only
separate files for the ones that change a lot (like SSL handling) is the
best option.



On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 10:22 AM, Nathan Brown <nathan at nkbrown.us> wrote:

> I've submitted the contributor agreement, and I hope the submitted changes
> can now be reviewed and considered for main-line inclusion.
> Emile mentioned that this is now under "bug25552", should I re-base my
> code to the most recent .net client release and set the branch name to
> match?
> Also, there are really the separate changes that could be made
> independently:
>    - Corrected test to pull correct value types from dictionary.<https://bitbucket.org/nathanbrown/rabbitmq-dotnet-client/commits/25988f1d5bea8ad86aed536edd4d4fe1826ac43f>
>    - Move from non-generic dictionary (.net 1.1) to generic dictionary,
>    required, but independent of the next change.  This is my "depreciate1_1"
>    branch<https://bitbucket.org/nathanbrown/rabbitmq-dotnet-client/commits/branch/depreciate1_1>
>    .
>    - Add Windows 8/RT code to handle differences in threads and sockets.
>    - Threads are removed in favor of Tasks, and sockets have been removed
>    in favor of StreamSockts
> *
> On Sat, May 11, 2013 at 2:05 PM, Michael Klishin <
> michael.s.klishin at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 2013/5/12 Nathan Brown <nathan at nkbrown.us>
>>>  I'm also not familiar with setting up and testing SSL in RabbitMQ.
>> Take a look at http://rabbitmq.com/ssl.html
>> --
>> MK
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