Brian's Waste of Time

Sat, 17 Sep 2005

SERStomp Announced!

Sean E. Russell just announced SERStomp (working name) -- a super lightweight implementation of both the server and client sides of stomp. Woot!

Also, in stomp news, the plans for improving transaction support, explicit character encoding, and message ack modes are all at least touched on in the wiki. I'll update the protocol spec as I update the ActiveMQ implementation! Sean gets credit for anything intelligent in the character encoding, I get blamed for the stupid stuff =)

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Sat, 27 Aug 2005

Stomp Notes

First, stomp won. It was close. =)

Second, am revoking the RC status to make a (backwards compatible) protocol change. Chatting with James and Joe (Joe is doing a .NET client, woot!) while fighting with WebLogic lead to an easy way to handle transactional consumes, so I'm going to finish up client ack and add support for transactional message acceptance before calling it 1.0. As Joy is out of town, that means probably by Sunday night =)

The haus kindly offered to host work, so if you're making a client, building an adaptor, or implementing a server in Erlang, drop me a note.

Oh yeah, James noted that a JDK 1.1 compatible client would be possible over on TSS when someone asked about it =) JMS on JDK 1.1, who'd have thunk.

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Tue, 23 Aug 2005

TTMP is named Stomp!

Finally found a good name for the little streaming text oriented messaging protocol I've been working on =)

Stomp! (Bang optional)

(TTMP has always been a temporary (TMP, get it?) working name until the right one came along. Names are important in computing.)

More goodness to come!

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