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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: Swigged Python bindings...
Date Thu, 11 Jul 2013 13:33:54 GMT
On 07/11/2013 02:01 PM, Darryl L. Pierce wrote:
> I'm doing some work with the swigged Python bindings (not the pure
> Python implementation of Qpid) and want to get some insight into how, if
> at all, these bindings are being used by anybody currently.
>
> Do you have a project that's using the Swig-generated bindings; i.e.,
> the ones that are in the cqpid module? If so, how much do you feel it
> would impact your development if we were to, in future, move these
> bindings to a module named differently?
>
> [ ] No impact
> [ ] Some impact
> [ ] Major impact
>
> Would you prefer a module named something more like:
>
> [x] qpid_messaging
> [ ] qpid.cmessaging
> [ ] Please don't change the module
>
> I appreciate your time and feedback.

I am using the swigged implementation just to do some testing of the 
underlying c++ client (writing tests in python is more enjoyable!). I 
personally prefer qpid_messaging for its simplicity. I do think a name 
change is worth considering as cqpid is rather ambiguous and unclear.



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