To include beanstalk-clj in your project, simply add the
following to your
Although it's in an early state of development(beanstalk-clj API subject to change), beanstalk-clj has fully implemented beanstalkd protocol.
At the moment, you will have to look at the source once you've loaded beanstalk-clj up to get around the API. Documentation is coming soon.
basic REPL client declaration:
(def client (beanstalk-factory)) (def client (beanstalk-factory "localhost" 11300)) (def client (beanstalk-factory "localhost:11300"))
All queue operation accept a first argument indicating the client for that operation.
=> (put client "body") 1N => (reserve client) #<Job beanstalk_clj.core.Job@3695149e>
You can optionally provide configuration using dynamic scope via
=> (with-beanstalkd (beanstalkd-factory) (println (put "body"))) 1N => (with-beanstalkd (beanstalkd-factory) (println (reserve))) #<Job beanstalk_clj.core.Job@52dec7eb>
After reserved, delete job:
=> (with-beanstalkd (beanstalkd-factory) (let [job (reserve)] (delete job))
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