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  POE::Filter::Stomp on 2007.11.28 12:39 lestrrat

Submitted by lestrrat on 2007.11.28 12:39
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lestrrat writes "Okay, so I'm heavily heavily using STOMP lately. I'm building systems that rely on POE::Component::MessageQueue, and now I need to implement the client portion in POE.

So I grab POE::Filter::Stomp, and I notice it's broken. I could send in patches, but that module has no tests. That to me calls for a rewrite, really, but it's not my module.

Anyway, I was in a bit of a hurry, so I just re-implemented the module with tests and all (well, they aren't the greatest of tests, but they at least excercise *something*). So I conjured up a tarball and email the author...

and he turns out to be MIA. yikes.

So now I'm going to have to send emails to modules@perl.org, wait for god knows how long until the author is official accepted as MIA...

Argh, no, I can't wait. Fine, I won't upload it to CPAN. But here's my repository:

    http://svn.endeworks.jp/svn/perl/POE-Filter-Stomp/trunk


Feel free to bang on it, I'm all up for fixing things -- I really need a stable STOMP infrastructure. Let me know if you use it.

P.S. If the author of POE-Filter-Stomp reads this, please contact me!"
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