[zeromq-dev] I've written a completely new C# API for ZeroMQ

Michael Compton michael.compton at littleedge.co.uk
Tue Dec 21 19:21:04 CET 2010

I'm the primary author and maintainer of clrzmq2, it monitor for issue
and will endeavour to resolve them when they arise. I monitor the
mailing list and drop into #zeromq now and then.

I notice NUZQ seems to use lambdas, these were introduced in .NET 3.0, I
purposely kept clrzmq2 targeting .net 2.0. 

The fact is a 2.0 is the prevalent .NET framework, many large
organization will actually only be using that. 

The application I maintain as a day job is targeted at 2.0 and I work
for a very large investment bank.

On Tue, 2010-12-21 at 13:07 -0500, Alex Forster wrote:
> > Great! I would suggest adding a link to your project to www.zeromq.org. It's wiki, so you can do so yourself.
> Gladly, done.
> > I am not familiar with CLR. Doesn't the problem the context is solving (i.e. zeromq being used from two libraries that are later on linked into a single application and step on each other toes) occur with .NET as well?
> That is a very good question that I don't know if I can answer. I figured the problem it was solving essentially boiled down to "no global variables". Where is there an opportunity for undesirable interaction?
> > A side issue: Wouldn't it make sense for you clrzmq, clrzmq2, NZMQ and Interop guys to at least start working on integration of all the projects? I mean, writing the code is easy, maintaining it and fixing the bugs is hard. If the projects are integrated into a single one you could support four time more features, fix four time more bug, make the whole binding four times more stable. Aside of that, having a community is much more fun than working alone :)
> I'd be up for it. How active is clrzmq2? NZMQ seems to have stalled 3-4 months ago.
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