amqp 0.0.20

AMQP/RabbitMQ protocol client

Crate amqp [] [src]

rust-amqp

Build Status

AMQ protocol implementation in pure rust.

Note: The project is still in very early stages of development, it implements all the protocol parsing, but not all the protocol methods are wrapped/easy to use. Expect the API to be changed in the future.

What it currently can do:

Connect to server Open/close channels Declare queues/exchanges All the methods from the Basic class are implemented, including get, publish, ack, nack, reject, consume. So you can send/receive messages.

Have a look at the examples in examples folder.

Connecting to the server & openning channel:

Note: Currently it can't connect using TLS connections.

use amqp::session::Session;
use amqp::table;

let mut session = Session::open_url("amqp://localhost/").unwrap();
let mut channel = session.open_channel(1).unwrap();

Declaring queue:

use amqp::table;
The arguments come in following order:
queue: &str, passive: bool, durable: bool, exclusive: bool, auto_delete:
bool, nowait: bool, arguments: Table
let queue_declare = channel.queue_declare("my_queue_name", false, true,
false, false, false, table::new());

Publishing message:

channel.basic_publish("", "my_queue_name", true, false,
amqp::protocol::basic::BasicProperties{ content_type:
Some("text".to_string()), ..Default::default()}, (b"Hello from
rust!").to_vec());

This will send message: "Hello from rust!" to the queue named "my_queue_name".

The messages have type of Vec, so if you want to send string, first you must convert it to Vec.

Development notes:

The methods encoding/decoding code is generated using codegen.rb & amqp-rabbitmq-0.9.1.json spec.

To generate a new spec, run:

make

To build project, use cargo:

cargo build

To build examples: sh cargo test

Modules

protocol

Structs

Channel
GetResult
Options
Session

Enums

AMQPError
AMQPScheme
TableEntry

Constants

VERSION

Traits

Basic
Consumer

Type Definitions

ConsumerCallBackFn
Table