by Chuck Remes http://github.com/chuckremes/zmqmachine
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You should not use this code. Use celluloid, dcell or celluloid-io directly. This project is dead. I'm leaving it here as a historical curiosity.
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ZMQMachine is another Ruby implementation of the reactor pattern but this time using 0mq sockets rather than POSIX sockets.
Unlike the great Eventmachine ruby project and the Python Twisted project which work with POSIX sockets, ZMQMachine is inherently threaded. The 0mq sockets backing the reactor use a thread pool for performing their work so already it is different from most other reactors. Also, a single program may create multiple reactor instances which runs in its own thread. All activity within the reactor is single-threaded and asynchronous.
It is possible to extend the 0mq library to “poll” normal file descriptors. This isn't on my roadmap but patches are accepted.
Very few specs.
Documentation is limited. I need to write up a lot more detail on the Handler classes passed to socket instances and how this differs from the Eventmachine way.
Exceptions and error codes haven't really been implemented yet.
Some classes are just skeletons.
Recommended for JRuby or Rubinius since they are the only existing runtimes that use native threads without a GIL. MRI 1.9.x is okay but may have threading problems. This hasn't been tested with MacRuby.
Read and execute the examples in the examples directory.
Requires the 0mq library
0mq 2.1.x, 3.0 and later
Depends on 2 external gems.
ffi-rzmq (>= 0.9.0)
ffi (>= 1.0.0) [MRI only]
Make sure the 0MQ library is already installed on your system. Secondly, verify the ffi-rzmq gem is installed (available from rubygems.org).
Lastly, install the zmqmachine gem from rubygems.org. Alternately, build and install directly from a cloned git repository.
% git clone github.com/chuckremes/zmqmachine.git % cd zmqmachine % gem build zmqmachine.gemspec % gem install zmqmachine-*.gem
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