POEx::ZMQ3 - POE-enabled asynchronous ZeroMQ components
use POEx::ZMQ3; ## A POEx::ZMQ3::Sockets instance: my $zmq = POEx::ZMQ3->new;
(See POEx::ZMQ3::Sockets for a complete example.)
ZeroMQ is a powerful high-performance messaging library aimed at concurrent/distributed applications. (If you're just getting started with ZeroMQ, it is strongly advised you read the 'zguide' (http://zguide.zeromq.org) before jumping in.)
This project attempts to stay on top of changes in ZeroMQ and the relevant Perl bindings. You will need zeromq-3.2.2 or newer: http://www.zeromq.org
POEx::ZMQ3::Sockets is the backend ZMQ component. It can be used directly to add flexible ZeroMQ functionality to your POE applications.
There are some higher-level components providing simple access to single sockets belonging to basic types:
These are very simple base implementations. They can be subclassed or combined in varied ways to do more powerful things. As of this writing, more advanced socket types are lacking component classes, but these can be easily implemented with POEx::ZMQ3::Sockets.
If your application forks, the global context object needs to be reset by calling
POEx::ZMQ3::Context->reset before creating sockets. See POEx::ZMQ3::Context.
Probably many; this software is fairly early in development.
See http://github.com/avenj/poex-zmq3 and feel free to report bugs via either RT or GitHub.
examples/ directory in the distribution and perhaps the tests in
Jon Portnoy <firstname.lastname@example.org>