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Distributed

SalutafugiJMS is a peer-to-peer implementation of the Java Messaging Service specification that uses ZeroConf DNS-SD discovery and TCP sockets to communicate in a distributed computing system. I built it after seeing Daniel Steinberg's JavaOne talk on ZeroConf. SalutafugiJMS uses SomnifugiJMS as a skeleton and Apple's Bonjour implementation of ZeroConf for muscle inside special SomnifugiJMS...
on Jun 24, 2007
Somnifugi JMS is an implementation of the Java Messaging Service built on top of Doug Lea's Channels. This JMS implementation runs inside a single JVM, quickly delivering messages between java Threads. A few years back, I created Somnifugi JMS to speed up a project where the architects had gone overboard with messaging. I used Somnifugi JMS to prototype and test the next project, and left it in...
on Sep 11, 2003