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This is not an issue but as there is no activity on the forum so, I thought to ask you this question here.
We are a Spring shop and we use it for both Java and .Net applications.
We are in a process to implement a new automated trading product in C# and we are evaluating that should we use the "spring-net-amqp" as a thin wrapper for RabbitMQ .Net API.
Do you think that is the current version production ready? Or should we stay and work with naked .Net API of RabbitMQ? We love the Spring templates as they hide the plumbing code quite a lot.
Looking forward to hear your thoughts.