>
> > And has it seen much production use?  Hard to tell from the website.
>
> The Stomp connector for ActiveMQ has seen a lot of use (and has grown
> the knobs that accompany).
>
> The ruby connector has fewer war stories, but has served me and a
> couple others fairly well so far. Not sure the extent of its use. The
> protocol is downright trivial, so adjusting a client is pretty
> straightforward (I think).

Well, after playing around for only an hour I managed to run into this
bug in activemq when using stomp.  Basically, if a consumer
disconnects in a bad way the broker can get stuck, and you'll never
see your messages.

http://issues.apache.org/activemq/browse/AMQ-724