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pylibrabbitmq 0.5.0

Python bindings to librabbitmq-c

Experimental Python bindings to the RabbitMQ C-library librabbitmq.

You should probably use amqplib instead, but when needed you can come back to this if the extra performance is needed.

Installation

To install you need to compile librabbitmq:

$ mkdir -p /opt/Build/rabbit
$ cd /opt/Build/rabbit
$ hg clone http://hg.rabbitmq.com/rabbitmq-codegen/
$ hg clone http://hg.rabbitmq.com/rabbitmq-c/
$ cd rabbitmq-c
$ autoreconf -i
$ ./configure
$ make
$ make install

Then you can install this package:

$ cd pylibrabbitmq-x.x.x
$ python setup.py install

Examples

>>> from pylibrabbitmq import Connection, Message
>>> conn = Connection(host="localhost", userid="guest",
...                   password="guest", virtual_host="/")
>>> channel = conn.channel()
>>> channel.exchange_declare(exchange, type, ...)
>>> channel.queue_declare(queue, ...)
>>> channel.queue_bind(queue, exchange, routing_key)

Produce

>>> m = Message(body, content_type=None, content_encoding=None,
...             delivery_mode=1)
>>> channel.basic_publish(m, exchange, routing_key, ...)

Consume

>>> def dump_message(message):
...     print("Body:'%s', Proeprties:'%s', DeliveryInfo:'%s'" % (
...         message.body, message.properties, message.delivery_info))
...     message.ack()
>>> channel.basic_consume(queue, ..., callback=dump_message)
>>> while True:
...    connection.drain_events()

Poll

>>> message = channel.basic_get(queue, ...)
>>> if message:
...     dump_message(message)
...     print("Body:'%s' Properties:'%s' DeliveryInfo:'%s'" % (
...         message.body, message.properties, message.delivery_info))

Other

>>> channel.queue_unbind(queue, ...)
>>> channel.close()
>>> connection.close()

License

This software is licensed under the Mozilla Public License. See the LICENSE-MPL-RabbitMQ file in the top distribution directory for the full license text.

 
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