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fake_router_client
registrar
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helper_test.go
registry.go
registry_test.go
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README

 # This library is deprecated. The supported way to register routes is using [route-registrar](https://github.com/cloudfoundry-incubator/route-registrar)
 
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= About

Client library for interacting with Cloud Foundry's Router.

See https://github.com/cloudfoundry/gorouter


= Usage

    client := gibson.NewCFRouterClient("10.10.16.13", messageBus)

    // set up periodic registration
    // optional if all you want is a one-off registration
    client.Greet()

    client.Register(1234, "myhost.com")
    client.Unregister(1234, "myhost.com")

= Registrar Executable

If you don't care to write your own CF Router adapter, you can use the
`registrar` executable instead:

    go install github.com/cloudfoundry/gibson/registrar

    registrar -ip=my.local.address \
      -natsAddresses=1.2.3.4:4222
      -natsUsername=nats \
      -natsPassword=nats \
      -routes=8080:example.com,8081:example.org

The registrar will stay running and continue registering the given routes.