NAME

AnyEvent::RabbitMQ::Fork - Run AnyEvent::RabbitMQ inside AnyEvent::Fork(::RPC)

SYNOPSIS

  use AnyEvent::RabbitMQ::Fork;

  my $cv = AnyEvent->condvar;

  my $ar = AnyEvent::RabbitMQ::Fork->new->load_xml_spec()->connect(
      host       => 'localhost',
      port       => 5672,
      user       => 'guest',
      pass       => 'guest',
      vhost      => '/',
      timeout    => 1,
      tls        => 0, # Or 1 if you'd like SSL
      tune       => { heartbeat => 30, channel_max => $whatever, frame_max = $whatever },
      on_success => sub {
          my $ar = shift;
          $ar->open_channel(
              on_success => sub {
                  my $channel = shift;
                  $channel->declare_exchange(
                      exchange   => 'test_exchange',
                      on_success => sub {
                          $cv->send('Declared exchange');
                      },
                      on_failure => $cv,
                  );
              },
              on_failure => $cv,
              on_close   => sub {
                  my $method_frame = shift->method_frame;
                  die $method_frame->reply_code, $method_frame->reply_text;
              },
          );
      },
      on_failure => $cv,
      on_read_failure => sub { die @_ },
      on_return  => sub {
          my $frame = shift;
          die "Unable to deliver ", Dumper($frame);
      },
      on_close   => sub {
          my $why = shift;
          if (ref($why)) {
              my $method_frame = $why->method_frame;
              die $method_frame->reply_code, ": ", $method_frame->reply_text;
          }
          else {
              die $why;
          }
      },
  );

  print $cv->recv, "\n";

DESCRIPTION

This module is mean't to be a close to a drop-in facade for running AnyEvent::RabbitMQ in a background process via AnyEvent::Fork::RPC.

Tha main use case is for programs where other operations block with little control due to difficulty/laziness. In this way, the process hosting the connection RabbitMQ is doing nothing else but processing messages.

CONSTRCTOR

    my $ar = AnyEvent::RabbitMQ::Fork->new();

Options

verbose [Bool]

Prints a LOT of debugging information to STDOUT.

METHODS

load_xml_spec([$amqp_spec_xml_path])

Declare and load the AMQP Specification you wish to use. The default id to use version 0.9.1 with RabbitMQ specific extensions.

Returns: $self

connect(%opts)

Open connection to an AMQP server to begin work.

Arguments:

host
port
user
pass
vhost
timeout TCP timeout in seconds. Default: use AnyEvent::Socket default
tls Boolean to use SSL/TLS or not. Default: 0
tune Hash: (values are negotiated with the server)
heartbeat Heartbeat interval in seconds. Default: 0 (off)
channel_max Maximum channel ID. Default: 65536
frame_max Maximum frame size in bytes. Default: 131072
on_success Callback when the connection is successfully established.
on_failure Called when a failure occurs over the lifetime of the connection.
on_read_failure Called when there is a problem reading response from the server.
on_return Called if the server returns a published message.
on_close Called when the connection is closed remotely.

Returns: $self

open_channel(%opts)

Open a logical channel which is where all the AMQP fun is.

Arguments:

on_success Called when the channel is open and ready for use.
on_failure Called if there is a problem opening the channel.
on_close Called when the channel is closed.
close(%opts)

Close this connection.

on_success Called on successful shutdown.
on_failure Called on failed shutdown. Note: the connection is still closed after this

AUTHOR

William Cox <mydimension@gmail.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2014, the above named author(s).

LICENSE

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.