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From Gordon Sim <g...@redhat.com>
Subject Re: ActiveMQ can now support AMQP clients.
Date Fri, 27 Oct 2006 12:23:21 GMT
James Strachan wrote:
> On 10/26/06, Gordon Sim <gsim@redhat.com> wrote:
>> I agree, sharing code is ideal. The qpid proposal included reusable
>> libraries as an objective and this seems sensible in the effort to
>> promote AMQP and interoperability.
>>
>> Right now the feedback seems to be that the code is mainly useful as
>> 'seed' code for a fork. Forks are clearly not ideal as they dilute the
>> collective effort, but sometimes they may be inevitable due to different
>> long term needs/aims or lack of short term resources to make more minor
>> adjustments to satisfy all needs.
> 
> Note I wouldn't call this a fork; its just an early experimental spike
> to see how much of the qpid code needs to be changed to be usable in
> ActiveMQ. 

I stand corrected.

> The intention is to refactor and reuse as much qpid code as
> possible (assuming the qpid project accepts those refactors) and work
> with the qpid community to ensure we have one codebase for AMQP
> framing where possible. A fork is only   a last resort when you can't
> work with a community after trying all other possibilities.
>
> Now we have the spike working, we can step back and compare the two
> sets of qpid framing code to see if we can refactor things into one
> library we can share (hopefully) - or at least find the common bits we
> can share; maybe one common core with 2 optional parts (for MINA v
> anything else).

Yes, I am in full agreement with that approach.

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