STOMP (over TCP or Web Sockets).
This library is used to send and receive messages from Web
applications and is often used in conjunction with ActiveMQ. It can
ActiveMQ is shipped with it to run its we socket example
This library was developed and maintained on my spare time but due to
recent development in my life (mainly having a new baby) I no longer
have much free time to maintain this library.
The library is small, quite stable and documented (I also wrote a
book for O'Reilly about it using ActiveMQ as the broker :) but
there is still work to iron things out (mainly compatibility with
various Web browsers).
I don't want it to become abandonware and I'm looking for an Open
Source community which could take care of it.
ActiveMQ is my first choice as it has always been very supportive of
STOMP and was one of the first broker to support Web Sockets.
The project is under the Apache License v2.0
My only regret with this project is to have rewritten it at one point
using CoffeeScript. I think it has hampered contributions (most of the
CoffeeScript code is just a bit more readable than the generated
If the ActiveMQ community is interested by this library, I'd be happy
to provide any assistance during the transition.
What do you think of this code donation? Would there be some interest?
> Resurrecting this thread, I have some cycles to work on the code donation.
> What are the next steps to move things forward?
> I had a look at Apache Code Donation page but it looks heavyweight
> for such a simple project (the project is already under ASL2 too).
> People are still reporting issues and I'd be happy to help move these
> contributions to Apache git repo and JIRA.
>  http://incubator.apache.org/ip-clearance/ip-clearance-template.html
When do the producers close, after the maxReconnectAttempts is hit and
the reconnection logic stops trying or immediately? You might consider
trying to boil this down to a unit test similar to others in the
activemq-pool project to try and show the problem in the simplest form.
On 02/09/2016 10:01 AM, Timothy Bish wrote:
> When do the producers close, after the maxReconnectAttempts is hit and
> the reconnection logic stops trying or immediately? You might consider
> trying to boil this down to a unit test similar to others in the
> activemq-pool project to try and show the problem in the simplest form.
Oops, hit reply on the wrong thread, ignore this ;)
I am asking this because I am considering few APIs for my project and stability/maintenance of the API will be a big concern for me.
Could anyone from ActiveMQ community comment about the code adoption - when will it be taken up?
I'm not sure what the status of this is at the moment, there really hasn't
been anymore discussion about it. The main issue I see is I don't know
that there is anyone part of the ActiveMQ community who would be willing to
maintain the project and be in charge of bug fixes and releases.
We could create a directory within Artemis for this.
time since I done it.. but nothing that we wouldn't figure out.
On Tue, Mar 15, 2016 at 9:28 AM, Christopher Shannon
<[hidden email]> wrote:
> I'm not sure what the status of this is at the moment, there really hasn't
> been anymore discussion about it. The main issue I see is I don't know
> that there is anyone part of the ActiveMQ community who would be willing to
> maintain the project and be in charge of bug fixes and releases.
> On Mon, Mar 14, 2016 at 1:16 PM, ArturoBelano <[hidden email]>
>> I would also like to see this project maintained. Any updates on this?
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