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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: [Announcement] CMS for AMQP 1.0
Date Tue, 24 Jun 2014 12:43:32 GMT
Forwarded from activemq user list in case anyone on this list hasn't 
seen it and is interested:

On 06/23/2014 08:04 PM, astitcher wrote:
> Over the past few months I've been working on an implementation of CMS (that
> is the JMS like C++ library for messaging) that uses the AMQP 1.0 as its
> underlying transport protocol.
> This implementation is still in its early stages and is a separate
> implementation from the original CMS library. It has the same interface and
> this is ensured by using the same header files which are currently included
> in the git repository by using the existing ActiveMQ CMS git mirror as a
> submodule.
> This implementation uses the Apache Qpid Messaging C++ client for the AMQP
> protocol support, and so you will need Apache Qpid and Apache Qpid Proton to
> build this version of CMS (at least 0.28 for Qpid Messaging and 0.7 for Qpid
> Proton).
> Incidentally the reason this is a new implementation and doesn't try to plug
> into the multi-protocol support in the existing CMS library is that the
> interfaces there seem to be very tied into the way that the ActiveMQ Java
> code was ported to C++, and hard to introduce an external library to.
> Additionally the Qpid Messaging C++ API is already a similar connection
> oriented API to JMS/CMS and seemed like an efficient starting place.
> Being in its early stages there are pieces missing, however many features
> are supported and I think it is useful enough to evaluate. To see what is
> still missing look at TODO.md in the top level of the source tree.
> Note that one large difference between this implementation and the ActiveMQ
> CMS implementation is that I provide no lower level utility libraries akin
> to the Java libraries (the activemq and decaf namespaces)
> I would be grateful to know what is still needed to make the library useful
> for people to use.
> Currently I am hosting this work from my github account and you can clone or
> fork it from there:
>      https://github.com/astitcher/qpid-cms
> Any feedback, question, ideas, opinions etc. will be gratefully received.
> (either to me directly or reply to this mailing list thread)
> Thanks
> Andrew

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