[Haskell-cafe] Enterprise Haskell AMQP library initial start and
would like to pass it off to someone.
berlin.brown at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 03:18:05 EST 2008
On Jan 27, 2008 3:06 AM, Don Stewart <dons at galois.com> wrote:
> > I started a AMQP library; there really isn't a lot there but at least
> > I was able to connect to the server. Here is the code and hopefully
> > someone else can continue with the project. The AMQP protocol is
> > moderately complex. HTTP is simple and stuff like RMI, JMS, Database
> > Protocols are really complicated. AMQP seems to be in the middle.
> > There is a lot of documentation and at least two good implementations.
> > The included java implementation and I used the python implementation
> > as a guide.
> > http://www.iona.com/opensource/amqp/
> > http://barryp.org/software/py-amqplib/
> > Here is my source (in subversion):
> > http://openbotlist.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/botlistprojects/botspider/spider/lib/haskell/src/Data/AMQP/QueueClient.hs
> > If were to make a suggestion; Barry's python code is really easy to
> > follow. I would suggest using that as a guide. and if you are brave,
> > you can really analyze the protocol and just go off the docs. Either
> > way.
> > My code got as far as connecting to the server, sending the protocol
> > out and getting back an initial response. I didnt build a queue
> > message (frame) or much else.
> > --
> > Berlin Brown
> > http://botspiritcompany.com/botlist/spring/help/about.html
> Would you like this packaged up for hackage.haskell.org, so others can
> find and improve it? (or maybe move the repo to code.haskell.org?)
Let me work on it a little more; probably will be more useful if it
does basic queueing operations.
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