[zeromq-dev] Regarding java binding of 0MQ.

Scott Asher scottpriceasher at gmail.com
Wed Nov 24 20:25:22 CET 2010

Sure, but we should hash out what the best solution is.

The Java binding has done more wrapping than the C/C++ underlying ZeroMQ
code so to expose all of the functionality we either do some unwrapping (or
just expose the details by making them public), or we write additional
wrapper functions (e.g. deregister()).  The latter is probably the more
"Javaesque" way of handling things, but given that ultimately the Java
binding is just a JNI wrapper around the C++ code, it may make more sense to
make it more C++-like and just make those underlying structures public so
that the two sides are better matched.

What do you think?
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