This library is a pure PHP implementation of the AMQP protocol. It's been tested against RabbitMQ.
This library is a fork of the php-amqplib library.
At The Netcircle we modified that library in order to work with PHP 5.3 Strict.
Also we improved the debug method to increase performance.
We use it daily in prod for sending/consuming 600K + messages per day.
BC BREAKING CHANGES
As of November 2011 I retook the development of this library therefore I tagged the previous version of the library here. If you are looking for the old library then use the code on that tag.
If you are going to use it in a new project I advice that you use the current master branch. There are many performance improvements in that branch and I'm adding more and more tests to it.
Besides that the library has been refactored to use PHP 5.3
namespaces. The classes have been split into their separate files and so on. The idea is to make the library easier to test.
To be sure that what you are downloading works™ you can always check the build status of the library on travis-ci.
Get the library source code:
$ git clone git://github.com/videlalvaro/php-amqplib.git
This library uses the
UniversalClassLoader so you will have to run the following command to download it as a submodule:
With RabbitMQ running open two Terminals and on the first one execute the following commands to start the consumer:
$ cd php-amqplib/demo $ php amqp_consumer.php
Then on the other Terminal do:
$ cd php-amqplib/demo $ php amqp_publisher.php some text to publish
You should see the message arriving to the process on the other Terminal
Then to stop the consumer, send to it the
$ php amqp_publisher.php quit
If you need to listen to the sockets used to connect to RabbitMQ then see the example in the non blocking consumer.
$ php amqp_consumer_non_blocking.php
amqp_ha_consumer.php: demoes the use of mirrored queues
amqp_publisher_exclusive.php: demoes fanout exchanges using exclusive queues.
amqp_publisher_fanout.php: demoes fanout exchanges with named queues.
basic_get.php: demoes obtaining messages from the queues by using the basic get AMQP call.
The library uses the Symfony ClassLoader component in order to use a standard way of class loading.
If you want to see how to use the component with this library you can take a look at the file
<?php require_once(__DIR__ . '/../vendor/symfony/Symfony/Component/ClassLoader/UniversalClassLoader.php'); use Symfony\Component\ClassLoader\UniversalClassLoader; $loader = new UniversalClassLoader(); $loader->registerNamespaces(array( 'PhpAmqpLib' => __DIR__ . '/..', )); $loader->register();
If you want to know what's going on at a protocol level then add the following constant to your code:
<?php define('AMQP_DEBUG', true); ... more code ?>
To run the publishing/consume benchmark type:
$ make benchmark
To successfully run the tests you need to first setup the test user and test virtual host.
You can do that by running the following commands after starting RabbitMQ:
$ rabbitmqctl add_vhost phpamqplib_testbed $ rabbitmqctl add_user phpamqplib phpamqplib_password $ rabbitmqctl set_permissions -p phpamqplib_testbed phpamqplib ".*" ".*" ".*"
Once your environment is set up you can run your tests like this:
$ make test
Below is the original README file content. Credits goes to the original authors.
PHP library implementing Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP).
The library is port of python code of py-amqplib http://barryp.org/software/py-amqplib/
It have been tested with RabbitMQ server.
Project home page: http://code.google.com/p/php-amqplib/
For discussion, please join the group:
For bug reports, please use bug tracking system at the project page.
Patches are very welcome!
Author: Vadim Zaliva email@example.com