snacktime wrote:
> I've spent a good deal of time looking for a ruby/python/perl friendly
> open source reliable messaging system without much luck.  I know
> Francis is working on an AMQP based system, and I've taken a look at
> reliable-message but that's strictly ruby.   ActiveMQ seemed very nice
> until I found out that the main connectivity to it from languages
> other than java (stomp) is currently broken,  and it's overall
> stability seems to be a question.  Xmlblaster looks fairly good and
> supports xmlrpc, corba, and even email along with it's own binary
> protocol.  The rest that I found such as Mantaray, OpenJMS, and JORAM
> either didn't have connectivity outside of java, or had other
> limitations such as no durable consumers, etc..
> 
> I've also taken a look at just using XMPP, but all the activity around
> is it really centered on IM.
> 
> Specifically what I need is a durable, reliable publisher/consumer
> message queue that also has either some type of distributed broker
> setup or even a master/slave architecture.  With the emphasis being on
> reliable.
> 
> Anything out there that I missed?
> 
> Chris
> 
> 
Could this be hacked around the Erlang run-time, which is written in C
IIRC? It's open source, after all. :)