[zeromq-dev] simple python example for 0MQ/2.0

tom tomschuring at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 00:27:41 CEST 2009

Hello Malo,

Check the wire with some t/wireshark if message is send out from client, if
> no add some sleep at the end of the client (have a look into
> perf/python/remote_thr.py)
thank you for your reply. the sleep() fixed it !

does anyone know why this would fix it ?
usually if you have to fix something in a program by using sleep() means
that there is an underlying race condition.

i guess in real life my client would hang around and do other things anyway
but is this a bug or is there a good reason for it (like running phython on
windows :) ?

thanks again for your help !
best regards,
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