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OpenQueue status (Re: Messaging)
Hi xmlBlaster community,
I developed OpenQueue, and I sometimes lurk on this list. I just got back
from traveling, and I've now sent Shawn a reply on his technical question
to me. This is a good time for me to describe OpenQueue's situation.
No development has been done on OpenQueue for over a year. I created
enough functionality to satisfy my itch, and stopped working on it. But
it provides enough functionality that I still use it, for the automated
processes in NewsBlip.com's news harvesting, indexing, and notification
systems. OpenQueue can of course still be downloaded, and I still
answer questions about it.
Still, I would, and do, encourage anyone with more than the barest of
needs to consider xmlBlaster instead.
On Thu, 4 Oct 2001, [ISO-8859-1] Heinrich Götzger wrote:
> Well, since I don't know OpenQueue, it's hard to say if it is better then
> xmlBlaster runs on every Plattform, which has a Virtual Mashine for Java
> 1.3 running.
> xmlBlaster seems to be stable and, of course, it is light and 'slim'.
> It provides a varius nuber of interfaces for different Programming
> Languages as C, C++, Perl, Java, Python, ...
> For detaild information have a look at
> >Hi all,
> >I am searching for a Open Source implementation of publish/subscribe
> >messaging system. There are 2 choices right now: xmlBlaster or OpenQueue.
> >I have used Tibco Rendezvous before and I am looking for similar
> >functionalities in Open Source projects. Seems like OpenQueue is a better
> >fit, but I have difficulties get it up running in Win2k. If any of you have
> >experience on getting OpenQueue running, please let me know. Yes, I did
> >send an email to the owner of OpenQueue project, but didn't get reply back.
> >I need some tips on which product is more stable and lighter. Or there are
> >other better projects.
> >thanks in advance.
> Heinrich Götzger