On Tue, 2012-11-20 at 14:34 -0500, Darryl L. Pierce wrote:
> 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.
Do we have any examples or test code that can be used for performance
benchmarks? E.g. something like qpid-send, qpid-receive,
qpid-cpp-benchmark from the Qpid C++ tree.