Uber minimalistic message bus using 0MQ
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Minibus was taken, since I am French and ZEBU relies on 0MQ I thought thebus pronounced zebus could be a cool name. Of course, I could not resist the temptation to name this module after a cow.
ZEBU is a uber minimalistic bus which I implemented for fun and turned out to be useful (to me at least).
To run ZEBU you need to set 2 environment variables. ZEBU_PUBLISH is the endpoint the publishers connect to. ZEBU_SUBSCRIBE the endpoint the subscribers connect to.
Endpoints have the format transport://address where transport would more than likely be ipc or tcp.
$ ZEBU_PUBLISH=ipc://publish ZEBU_SUBSCRIBE=ipc://subscribe python -m zebu
ZEBU is also a module you can import to use carefully crafted helpers to define …
>>> from zebu import subscribe >>> messages = subscribes('a/topic', 'another/topic') >>> for message in messages: ... # do something with message
>>> from zebu import publisher >>> publish = publisher() >>> publish('a/topic', 'a message on that topic')
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