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Luca Giordano
@lsfera
Hello I'm trying to implement a simple wf: here's a gist
Luca Giordano
@lsfera
nothing complex indeed. Unfortunately I didn't find the package containting HouseofCat.RabbitMQ.WorkState.RabbitWorkState , so this obviously won't work out of tesseract source code.
Am I wrong?
Thanks
Tristan (HouseCat) Hyams
@houseofcat
Hey Luca, give me a little bit of time to review your thing
I am swamped at work
This is the busy Friday/Monday for me so I have my head down right now - will review as time allows
I was planning on doing a release where I did some cleanup on the master branch
I am wondering if you got bit by something
which looks like I separated it into its own project
and I may not have deployed those nugets
I was re-arranging some things and need to review my notes as to why I would do this
Tristan (HouseCat) Hyams
@houseofcat
its due for a release, so I will try and aim for that asap as that looks like the issue
I am refactoring for a SocketConsumer / KafkaConsumer
I don't know if I like the Workstate though in it's own package
sounds stupid
RabbitWorkState should be with the Rabbit Libraries... but I think its because its shared between Pipelines and Dataflows now and I didn't want Dataflows dependent on Pipelines or vice versa
that maybe all it is
If you are experimenting right now and you would like to see it work pull down the /src/ and /examples/ folders, and compile the src projects
all of them
then open the examples project ConsumerDataflowMetrics
everything should compile and you can gut everything in the project and you can start playing around now
I apologize
Luca Giordano
@lsfera
No rush here - I'll be awaiting for your next release.
Could you also verify the samples projects to run with deps resolved via nuget? ATM they don't
Tristan (HouseCat) Hyams
@houseofcat
Yeah sorry this was on me. Let me preface to say, October / November crazy work times for me. Then Cyberpunk 2077 and Christmas / Family hit. I am doing a release right now.
Appreciate your patience.
The examples project are designed to use the Source code, not the Nugets
Then in the Examples folder holding the Examples.sln - you simply dotnet restore Examples.sln
Its clunky I know, but Microsoft's fault ^.^
Tristan (HouseCat) Hyams
@houseofcat
@lsfera should be available now if you are still interested
Peter Hunt
@tiggerite
Sure is quiet in here..
Peter Hunt
@tiggerite
I’m kinda curious, which is the more powerful and performant out of the Pipeline and Dataflow? It seems like with Dataflow you don’t have the WaitForCompletion option but can have multiple Consumer(Block)s rather than just one with Pipeline.
Peter Hunt
@tiggerite
Also ConsumerPipeline uses Task.Run which isnt ideal for a .NET Core Kestrel microservice, as it’ll consume from the threadpool.