Re: [zeromq-dev] Recommended reading for writing a binding

2017-02-18 Thread Lars Wikman
Thanks, I appreciate the references. I did investigate them at different times. Chumak does seem to be the most complete, I do not recall exactly if I had trouble getting it running or if that was the one missing multipart or something else. I'll probably revisit it as well, see what it can do

Re: [zeromq-dev] Recommended reading for writing a binding

2017-02-18 Thread Luca Boccassi
On Sat, 2017-02-18 at 19:27 +0100, Lars Wikman wrote: > Ah, thanks, I think I bounced off of it in confusion last time I > checked, but I'll give another look whenever I can wrench out the > time > for it. It might not have helped that I was neck-deep in other > people's implementation details. >

Re: [zeromq-dev] Recommended reading for writing a binding

2017-02-18 Thread Lars Wikman
Ah, thanks, I think I bounced off of it in confusion last time I checked, but I'll give another look whenever I can wrench out the time for it. It might not have helped that I was neck-deep in other people's implementation details. Best regards Lars Wikman On 18 February 2017 at 19:20, Luca

Re: [zeromq-dev] Recommended reading for writing a binding

2017-02-18 Thread Luca Boccassi
On Fri, 2017-02-17 at 17:04 +0100, Lars Wikman wrote: > Hi > > I was looking at Elixir bindings for ZeroMQ and found one or two that > do > not quite work. Diving into the code one seems to implement zmq as I > recognize from working with pyzmq and NetMQ. Another implements > things I > can read

[zeromq-dev] Recommended reading for writing a binding

2017-02-17 Thread Lars Wikman
Hi I was looking at Elixir bindings for ZeroMQ and found one or two that do not quite work. Diving into the code one seems to implement zmq as I recognize from working with pyzmq and NetMQ. Another implements things I can read about in the ZMTP RFC. What is the sane place to start reading today