[zeromq-dev] zeromq-2.0-alpha3 python binding error:Function notimplemented fd != -1 (fd_signaler.cpp:43)

bawbaw hu bawbaw.hu at gmail.com
Fri Oct 23 15:14:35 CEST 2009


Hi,

It is ok now.
i am sorry that i use 0MQ/1.0
2009/10/23 Martin Sustrik <sustrik at fastmq.com>

> Ah, I see! It looks like you are using 0MQ/1.0 python wrapper instead of
> 0MQ/2.0 one. Delete all old pyzmq libraries and try again.
>
> Martin
>
> bawbaw hu wrote:
>
>> hi,
>> it is 0MQ/2.0
>>
>> My test program
>>
>> import libpyzmq
>> print dir(libpyzmq)
>> ctx = libpyzmq.Context (1, 1)
>> s = libpyzmq.Socket (ctx, libpyzmq.REP)
>>
>>
>> 2009/10/23 Martin Sustrik <sustrik at fastmq.com <mailto:sustrik at fastmq.com
>> >>
>>
>>    bawbaw hu wrote:
>>
>>        When i update the 0MQ ,i can use --disable-eventfd configure option
>>
>>        but python lib seen some error
>>
>>        the code
>>        import sys
>>        import time
>>        import libpyzmq
>>        print dir(libpyzmq)
>>        ctx = libpyzmq.Context (1, 1);  s = libpyzmq.Socket (ctx,
>>        libpyzmq.REP)
>>
>>        the console show
>>
>>        sudo python test_zmq_send.py
>>        ['MESSAGE_DATA', 'MESSAGE_GAP', 'NO_LIMIT', 'NO_SWAP',
>>        'SCOPE_GLOBAL', 'SCOPE_LOCAL', 'STYLE_DATA_DISTRIBUTION',
>>        'STYLE_LOAD_BALANCING', 'Zmq', '__doc__', '__file__', '__name__']
>>        Traceback (most recent call last):
>>         File "test_zmq_send.py", line 7, in <module>
>>           ctx = libpyzmq.Context (1, 1);  AttributeError: 'module'
>>        object has no attribute 'Context'
>>
>>
>>    Hm. That's the current version of 0MQ/2.0, right? Python biding
>>    seems working on my box. Can you possibly post your test program?
>>
>>    Martin
>>
>>
>>
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