[zeromq-dev] ooc bindings for ØMQ
gdiethelm at dcv.cl
Thu Jun 17 22:51:08 CEST 2010
> You saw http://www.zeromq.org/blog:multithreading-magic?
Yes. As it is usually the case for me when reading docs in 0MQ's site, I contemplate them with a rightful sense of "I am home at last".
> > Completely agree. The strength in this department lies in
> > having such a light-weight protocol definition that easily
> > bends to become anything one could possibly need.
> While this is out of scope for 0MQ core, it makes sense to solve this
> problem in such a way that 0MQ users do not have to reinvent the wheel
> each time. It's impossible to connect different languages without
> some agreed data representation layer and the existing ones all seem
> rather... heavy.
For my use case, I disagree. I am currently using Google's Protocol Buffers; I could easily switch to CDR / XDR / whatchamacallit...
Now, if you truly want to define 0MQ as a standard way of communicating across applications / languages / Oss, then yes, you need to standardize the data representation. I personally believe this road leads to madness.
> Perhaps time to start looking at what such a data representation layer
> should look like. We made some nice ones for AMQP but the challenge
> seems to be to avoid representing every possible datatype (at some
> point AMQP got multiple ways to represent bits...).
> If anyone wants to pull down the AMQP/0.8 spec and look at the data
> representation parts, and give an opinion, that might be a place to
> start. I'm happy to throw up a straw man RFC if that helps the
You are certainly more knowledgeable in this department, and I will be interested in seeing any proposals you put forward.
> > Again, completely agree. I have never understood why
> > it was necessary to invent XML when we have had
> > S-expression for what, half a century now?
> S-expression was too simple and would never have spawned an entire
> industry of experts :-).
You got that right.
> Seriously, though, I think XML came from a
> more formal document processing environment (SGML) that fit the web
> better than S-expression.
Scheme (or Lisp) is the end-all of languages. But I will shut up for now, before anyone here considers me mad... I must take my medication now ;-)
> > Again, to state it explicitly: thanks to the team for creating
> > 0MQ. It fits perfectly into my infrastructure box.
> Thanks to Martin Sustrik for pulling it all together, he is a genius
> at Keeping it Simple (and Making it Fast).
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