[zeromq-dev] clrzmq status

Doron Somech somdoron at gmail.com
Sun Mar 3 10:04:12 CET 2013

netmq is a complete native port of libzmq. native code has some advantage
over using pinvoke (memory management, debugging, better support for
different environments). Also implementing some specific improvements
should be easier in .net environment, like IO Completion ports (which I
already implemented but didn't merge into the main branch
https://github.com/somdoron/netmq/tree/IOCP), SSL/TLS and I also have in
mind WebSockets as new transport.


On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 9:17 AM, Niels Berglund
<niels.it.berglund at gmail.com>wrote:

> > NetMQ is like JeroMQ, a single-language (C#, Java) reimplementation of
> > libzmq that aims to be compatible with the higher level APIs. It
> > should make it much easier for developers to get started.
> Thanks Pieter, but isn't the same true for clrzmq, (at the end of the day
> we're doing P/Invoke calls into libzmq)? I.e. why would I choose one over
> the other (other than personal preferences I mean).
> Niels
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