Last week Justin asked me to take a look at the examples for Proton
across language bindings. What I found are the following:

                                  C  Python  Ruby  Perl
Mailbox (Raw API)                [ ] [X]     [X]   [ ]
Send/Receive (Messenger classes) [ ] [X]     [X]   [X]
Send/Receive (Non-Messenger)     [X] [ ]     [ ]   [ ]

What came out of the discussion was that there's a definite lack of
depth with the examples. The Mailbox demo is a nice, specific example of
stored messaging. The Send/Receive examples show very simple
point-to-point messaging.

But what else should be included in examples? The first thing that comes
to mind is an example demonstrating subscriptions.


Darryl L. Pierce, Sr. Software Engineer @ Red Hat, Inc.
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