OK, here's the basic example. It shows how the basic.consume method of the C++ library is not functioning correctly, but the basic.get works correctly.

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There's a basic Makefile that will probably require a little tweaking to get it working. It also depends on the 2 following libraries:

- RabbitMQ-C (from the official repository, I built it at rev/changeset ef4df46cc0db)
- AMQPcpp (from https://github.com/akalend/amqpcpp.git I built it at rev/changeset 80b17375f5bed6965acc07477499285b6851c92f)


On Jul 21, 2011, at 9:30 AM, David Wragg wrote:

Clint Miller <clint at rtcreativegroup.com> writes:
Would you want the minimal program to demonstrate the problem via use
of the C++ client (as it exists today)?
Yes, that will be fine. I'm not sure where the problem lies, but it
will be much easier to work that out from a complete example.

David Wragg
Staff Engineer, RabbitMQ
VMware, Inc.

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