Nanomq is as bare-bones as you can possibly get. Unlike zeromq, it only 
works for a small number of local processes, and makes every possible 
tradeoff for low latency.

Nanomq (in the ATS port and original C++) only offers blocking reads in the 
public interface (I'll probably change this), which are implemented via 
spin locks.

Fun fact: nanomq doesn't even use atomics -- with SPSC ring buffers, you 
can get away with only a compiler fence for reads and a store fence for 
writes on x86!

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