The STOMP client in this package is dead simple: It does not assume anything about your concurrency model (thread vs process) or force you to use it any particular way. It gets out of your way and lets you do what you want. The package also consists of a generic set of components each of which you may use independently to roll your own STOMP client:
This package is thoroughly unit tested and production hardened for the functionality used by the current maintainer and by Mozes — persistent queueing on ActiveMQ. It is tested with Python 2.6 and 2.7, Twisted 11 and 12 (it should work with Twisted 10.1 and higher), ActiveMQ 5.8 (it should work with 5.5.1 and higher), and Apollo 1.6. Some of the integration tests also pass against RabbitMQ 3.0.2 (RabbitMQ does not support all extended STOMP features). All of these brokers were tested with STOMP protocols 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2 (if applicable). Minor enhancements may be required to use this STOMP adapter with other brokers.
The asynchronous client is based on Twisted, a very mature and powerful asynchronous programming framework. In order to keep the stompest package self-consistent, the asynchronous client is available as a separate package stompest.async.
You may install this package in any of the following ways: easy_install stompest, pip install stompest, or python setup.py install.
This is the latest version of the documentation and is generated from the latest commit on the main branch. If you are looking for documentation which is consistent to a specific release, you may download the corresponding tarball for offline browsing. If someone is willing to (teach me how to) set up release specific documentation on PyPI, please go ahead!