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TCP client module for vertx TCP eventbus bridge

Project description

TCP-eventbus-client-Python

Introduction

This is a TCP eventbus implementation for python clients. The protocol is quite simple. for more information visit !https://github.com/jaymine/TCP-eventbus-client-Python

  • 4bytes int32 message length (big endian encoding)
  • json string
  • built-in keys
  1. type: (String, required) One of “send”, “publish”, “register”, “unregister”.
  2. headers: (Object, optional) Headers with JSON format. Value of string type is supported.
  3. body: (Object, optional) Message content in JSON format.
  4. address: (String, required) Destination address
  5. replyAddress: (String, optional) Address for replying.

example

class Client():

#Handler

def Handler(self,message):
if message != None:
print(message[‘body’][‘result’],’4’);

eb=Eventbus.Eventbus(Client(),’localhost’, 7000)

#jsonObject -body

body={‘msg’:’add 4 to 0’,}

#DeliveryOption

do=DeliveryOption.DeliveryOption(); do.addHeader(‘type’,’text’) do.addHeader(‘size’,’small’) do.addReplyAddress(‘add’) do.setTimeInterval(5)

#register handler

eb.registerHandler(‘add’,Client.Handler);

#send

eb.send(‘add’,body,do)

#close after 5 seconds

eb.closeConnection(5)

samples

Simple example, TimeKeeper

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