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From MarcSchroeder <schr...@dfki.de>
Subject Using decaf API in user code?
Date Thu, 11 Sep 2008 14:55:02 GMT


Hi,

as a Java programmer who needs to write a wrapper around ActiveMQ-CPP in
C++, I am of course very happy to see familiar concepts such as
"synchronized()" available as part of the "decaf" namespace under
ActiveMQ-CPP 2.2.

Indeed, when mixing threads between ActiveMQ and my code, I guess it is a
good idea to use the same threading mechanism as ActiveMQ, so reusing the
stuff from decaf::util::concurrent seems like the right thing to do.

So here is my question: How stable can I expect the 'decaf' API to be? Is it
safe for me to use this, i.e., can I hope that changes to the decaf API in
future versions of ActiveMQ-CPP will be backward-compatible?

I am asking because of the incompatible API change between ActiveMQ-CPP 2.1
and 2.2.

Thanks for this nice piece of software, and best regards,
Marc 
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