Hi all, It's me again.
I've been trying to get a consumer to listen to two channels using LoopingCall: http://dpaste.com/hold/118305/. The code is modified from the original examples. What I wanted to achieve was to listen to different queues asynchronously (on one channel each queue). The code which I sent both queues are on the same exchange. A snip: @inlineCallbacks def do(queue, chan): msg = yield queue.get() print 'Result: %s from chan id #%d' % (msg.content.body, chan.id) lcall = task.LoopingCall(do, queue, chan) lcall2 = task.LoopingCall(do, queue2, chan2) lcall.start(0) lcall2.start(0) The concrete problem I've is that I use one channel for a fanout exchange to broadcast messages and another for a point-to-point communication and I would like to listen to both and operate accordingly. Is this ok? Is there a better way? Should I use threads here? Another question I've is what about terminating the connection: How should I end the connection without sending the STOP message? Thank you, -- Ale. _______________________________________________ Mailing list: https://launchpad.net/~txamqp-user Post to : email@example.com Unsubscribe : https://launchpad.net/~txamqp-user More help : https://help.launchpad.net/ListHelp