Forum: Ruby ruby module developer wanted for 'libmsgque'

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03ba51f776ed7cbe1b1aea361dd62f0b?d=identicon&s=25 Andreas Otto (Guest)
on 2007-05-10 09:05
(Received via mailing list)
Hi,

  I'm a the maintainer for the new project 'libmsgque'
  hosted at SF (see below for details) and need a volunteer
  to develop the language bindings for ruby.

  Is somebody available to take over this job ?

  An example language binding for tcl is allready available.

  This is the initial announcement:

ANNOUNCE: libmsgque2.3-beta2

The libmsgque project is an infrastructure for linking applications
together
to act like a single application. This is done using Unix or inet domain
sockets. The framework handles all aspects of setting up and maintaining
the link in addition to starting and stopping the different
applications,
starting and stopping the communication interface, sending and receiving
packages, reading and writing data from or into packages, setting up and
maintaining the event handling for asynchronous transfers, and
propagating
warnings or errors.

WHERE TO GET
============

As usual, it is available from:
         http://libmsgque.sourceforge.net/
         http://sourceforge.net/projects/libmsgque/

WHAT'S NEW
==========

This is the initial announcement

WHAT IS IT
==========

First of all it is a framework to link commands together to avoid
the traditional shell pipline using a similar approach as MS PowerShell.

To get more information's please use the following links:

1. an overview about the basic concept:
        http://libmsgque.sourceforge.net/overview.htm

2. the man page of the tclmsgque extension:
        http://libmsgque.sourceforge.net/tclmsgque.htm




Regards,

Andreas Otto (aotto1968)
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