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Re: [paho-dev] Java client development


I started converting the IA92 GUI to use Paho only because:

1) it was the quickest way to get a standalone utilityup and running, given that no-one seems to have a lot of time to spend creating a new one.  (I know we have the Eclipse plugin too).  This was definitely the shortest shortcut :-)  When we get a better one we can drop it.

2) some people still use IA92 for its GUI.  A replacement GUI means we can start moving on.  I had proposed removing IA92 and pointing people to Paho instead.  The lack of standalone GUI was one objection.

It's not using the Async API, as the sync API was the closest match to the old API.  Things missing:

a) async API version (or replacement with)
b) SSL connections
c) HA connections

Which I was contemplating adding...


On 08/22/2013 11:13 AM, Andy Piper wrote:

On Thu, Aug 22, 2013 at 9:27 AM, Al S-M <asm@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
Something else I should have mentioned, I've added the java mqtt client utility to the builds and packaging, you can download the jar here;
It's all bundled up so you just need to run java -jar mqtt-utility-0.4.0.jar to use it.

I wish it used SWT instead of Swing. 

Nice little tool although I'm not convinced it should be in a Maven repo. IA92 lovers rejoice! is this now using the Async API?

We should get a Tycho build sorted out for the Eclipse Client View plugin.

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