[nanomsg] Re: Review of mangos

  • From: Martin Sustrik <sustrik@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: nanomsg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 07 May 2014 11:28:58 +0200

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On 07/05/14 11:15, Paul Colomiets wrote:

> I think it's because nanocat does it. And the reason is because 
> nanocat is just a simple utility to test how things work. And the 
> simpler it is to use, the better. I.e. what do you think default 
> should be? No subscriptions? The ``nanocat --sub`` is useless
> without subscriptions (note, unlike with raw sockets, you can't
> add subscriptions on the fly in nanocat). Require ``--subscribe`` 
> argument? I think it's too verbose for simple cases of debugging.
> All in all, if you really connect with nanocat to some huge
> production system, with millions of record per second, you are
> probably smart enough to add ``--subscribe`` argument.

Yes, it looks OK as it is IMO.

Martin

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