mruby bindings for https://github.com/zeromq/libzmq (v4)
Everything libzmq offers is mapped 1:1 to the LibZMQ namespace, no beautification was done. High level ruby functions are inside the ZMQ Namespace, you can find most of it inside the mrblib folder, except some of the Msg and Socket classes functions which have to be done in c.
As a bonus a Threading abstraction can be found in the ZMQ::Thread and ZMQ::Thread_fn Namespaces.
If you dont have libzmq installed on a non Windows platform we will build it and statically link it into your mruby app. If you have it installed you need to have pkg-config installed. Then add
conf.gem mgem: 'mruby-zmq'
to your build_config.rb
Client to Server
server = ZMQ::Server.new("tcp://127.0.0.1:*") # you can optionally add a boolean argument if it should connect instead of bind client = ZMQ::Client.new(server.last_endpoint) # you can optionally add a boolean argument if it should bind instead of connect client.send("hello") msg = server.recv puts msg['Peer-Address'] # This gets you the metadata of a message puts msg.to_str msg2 = ZMQ::Msg.new("hello too") msg2.routing_id = msg.routing_id msg2.send(server) puts client.recv.to_str
Dealer to Router
router = ZMQ::Router.new("tcp://127.0.0.1:*") dealer = ZMQ::Dealer.new(router.last_endpoint) dealer.send("hello") msg = router.recv puts msg.to_str router.send([msg, "hello too"]) puts dealer.recv.to_str
Pub to Sub
pub = ZMQ::Pub.new("tcp://127.0.0.1:*") sub = ZMQ::Sub.new(pub.last_endpoint, "testme") # you have to wait a short time here because of the slow joiner Problem pub.send("testme hallo") puts sub.recv.to_str
You can define a environment variable called ZMQ_LOGGER_ENDPOINT to create pub sockets which connect to that endpoint. There is also a ZMQ_LOGGER_IDENT env var which adds a ident to each msg from ZMQ.logger
Copyright 2017,2021 Hendrik Beskow
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mruby-zmq follows the C4 Process: https://rfc.zeromq.org/spec:42/C4