[zeromq-dev] a more modern, Java-idiomatic jzmq/jeromq API

Trevor Bernard trevor.bernard at gmail.com
Thu Feb 7 00:06:31 CET 2013

Currently not in a functional state but the general idea should be apparent.


Deployed a stable version of jzmq to clojars and spent some time
setting up travis-ci for continuous integration builds. It's a maven
project but doesn't necessarily have to be; it's what I _sort of
know_. Also I'd love to hear any suggestions or criticisms you may
have. At some point I'll also include a Clojure idiomatic wrapper as


On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 2:53 PM, Trevor Bernard <trevor.bernard at gmail.com> wrote:
> I've been using distinct API names as well. I'll be releasing a rough
> version of what John and I discussed on my GitHub probably later this
> evening called, jzmq-api, with a basic wrapper around the existing jzmq.
> Keep on mind that's its very much a work in progress and it's to facilitate
> discussion amongst the community. It will be released under LGPL.
> -Trev
> Sent from my iPhone
> On 2013-02-06, at 2:43 PM, John Watson <jkwatson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Personally I'd reuse JZMQ and make the low-level API a part of the new
>> > project. Over time you probably want to implement the HL classes
>> > directly
>> > over libzmq, and you can eventually deprecate the low-level API totally.
>> Just for the sake of compatibility, I would keep clear of reusing names;
>> jzmq has had a lot of use so far, I believe it is better to come up with a
>> new name (package) for the new project. That way we will avoid confusion.
> Absolutely agreed.  I've been doing that in the jeromq project so far. I
> don't want to mess with the existing APIs and would never collide from a
> naming perspective (I'm using the jzmq APIs internally in a lot of places,
> so I *have* to use different packaging).
> John
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