[squeak-dev] Can I post Objects to Tony Garnock-Jones AMQP?

gettimothy gettimothy at zoho.com
Thu Oct 21 18:52:30 UTC 2021

Hi folks,

Thanks to all who helped, it looks like the Squeak/Spur64 will be faster than the pharo. It is currently at (120 Million elements parsed in ~33 minutes).


The next step is an architecture plan/ brainstorming.

What I am thinking is to take the components of the SAX Parse and wrap them in a Squeak object containing the contents and meta-information.

I then want to make those objects available to other instances of Squeak hosting Xtreams-Parsing where the contents can be parsed and converted to different formats: xHTML to start.

If http://www.squeaksource.com/AMQP/ AMQP can handle "objects" then I can use STOMP (which I used before, about 10 years ago for a commercial app involving squeak)

so...SAX(Wrap)->Wrap->AMQP(Competing consumers model) https://www.enterpriseintegrationpatterns.com/patterns/messaging/CompetingConsumers.html)  ->*  "many squeaks(Xtreams-Parsing).

And, per the "75 Gb discussion" store those things in multiple nodes according to some internal logic.

Sound reasonable?


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