Friday November 4, 2011

[Time] NameMessage
[01:23] jodaro evening
[01:27] jodaro if anyone is familiar with zeromq and clojure, i've run into an issue and i'd love to know if anyone else has seen/fixed it
[08:51] Alfred hi i have a question, im new at the zero qm community and i wants to test those examples given in the guide. ive installed zmq version 2.10 and now trying to compile some c++ examples an get many errors like that: test_1.cpp:(.text._ZN3zmq7error_tC2Ev[_ZN3zmq7error_tC5Ev]+0x25): undefined reference to `zmq_errno' /tmp/ccbCc392.o: In function `zmq::error_t::what() const': Can anyone help me please ?
[08:51] Alfred may i have to install several other packages ?
[09:05] sustrik you have to link your app with libzmq
[09:15] CIA-79 libzmq: 03sustrik 07master * r6cdd720 10/ (163 files in 6 dirs): Merge pull request #220 from 250bpm/HEAD ...
[09:26] Alfred i use the original code from the examples e.g. hwserver.cpp an there is zmq.h included, why it doesn't work anyway ?
[09:38] sustrik Alfred_: when using C you need to link with your libraries
[09:39] sustrik man cc
[09:46] mikko Alfred_: how are you building the examples?
[10:03] CIA-79 libzmq: 03Martin Sustrik 07master * r05ce301 10/ (164 files in 6 dirs): Merge branch 'master' of -
[10:03] CIA-79 libzmq: 03Martin Sustrik 07master * r50a9ee6 10/ (builds/msvc/libzmq/libzmq.vcproj src/windows.hpp): MSVC build fixed ...
[10:50] Alfred sry mikko, had to do some other work, anyway: i'm building those classes with console command g++ hwserver.hpp
[10:51] mikko Alfred_: you need to link against the library
[10:51] mikko -l
[10:51] Alfred you mean g++ hwserver.hpp -l ?
[10:52] mikko Alfred_: no, -lzmq
[10:55] Alfred no it compiles without an error, thanks a lot!
[12:00] mishari hi. i'm running the example in pyzmq/zguide/examples/Python and I realized that the code waits on the line socks = dict(poller.poll()) indefinitely is this normal?
[12:01] mikko mishari: probably if there are no messages coming
[12:03] mishari ok. thank you
[12:09] mishari ok, i realized i had to wait() a bit first before polling
[12:12] mishari instead of waiting() is there anyway to actually check if the connection has been established or not?
[12:17] mikko no there is not
[12:17] mikko but i dont see why you ned to wait
[12:25] mishari ah.. I might not need to wait after the refactoring.. but the code as it stands now if poller.poll() doesn't return, then my entire code is stuck
[12:25] mishari there seems to be a sleep() in the pyzmq test suite for poll (that's what I mean by wait)
[13:16] CIA-79 libzmq: 03Brett Cameron 07master * rde1d32d 10/ src/tcp_address.cpp : Fix getaddrinfo calls to work on OpenVMS ...
[19:00] gaurelien Hi everyone
[19:03] gaurelien I've been using zmq for a while now in production, and I noticed this morning that the reconnection feature of zmq can cause some instability with our routers, thus I am aiming at limiting it. Are there some best practices to do so ?
[19:04] gaurelien From what I have studied, it seems that the ZMQ_RECONNECT_IVL would help. Am I correct ?
[20:12] gaurelien the WE being at my door, I will also post a more precise question via the mailing list. Cheers