[zeromq-dev] PUB-SUB filtering question
gdiethelm at dcv.cl
Mon Aug 16 16:15:26 CEST 2010
> > Second, java bindings work with
> > Strings not byte arrays at the moment, which might pose problems
> > interoperability.
> The original java bindings I've written used byte arrays. If Java
> binding developers have changed it to string and if Java string is
> incapable of holding a binary zero, then it should be reported as bug
The thing here is that a Java String CAN have a binary zero embedded
into it (as far as I understand), although it might not be the best way
to go about it.
> > If pub/sub topics are considered byte sequences, then I think the
> > should change on both sides - setsockopt(ZMQ.SUB, char* topic, int
> > topic_length) in C and socket.setSubscribe(byte topic) in Java.
> The C API looks exactly like that.
> As for the Java binding, it depends on whether Java string is
> zero-terminated. One additional problem may be whether Java strings
> ASCII or unicode.
I don't think I have dealt with binary strings in Java before, so I am
not sure what is the right(est) solution here. I will be happy to
accommodate the best suggestions that come up in the forum.
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