On Fri, Jan 04, 2013 at 03:32:44PM -0500, Rafael Schloming wrote:
> Given what little I know of loading JNI stuff, that seems to make sense for
> Java.
> FWIW, the python and ruby bindings don't ever actually expose the name of
> the C extension library since in both cases we have the so-called
> "buttercream frosting layer" that wraps the raw C extension module. I would
> hope we'd have something similar for perl and Java so that these names
> shouldn't ever be visible to users.

Per does. It uses qpid::proton namespace for the Message and Messenger

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