Changes for version 1.04
- zmq_proxy(), zmq_device() should now be usable (if your underlying libzmq has them). Thanks for @melo and @domm for testing.
- Added mechanism to check if deprecated/new functions are available. Currently these functions are checked: zmq_init zmq_ctx_destroy zmq_ctx_get zmq_ctx_new zmq_ctx_set zmq_device zmq_msg_recv zmq_msg_send zmq_proxy zmq_recvmsg zmq_socket_monitor zmq_sendmsg zmq_term zmq_unbind
- Of the above functions, zmq_init, zmq_term, zmq_sendmsg, zmq_recmsg are marked as deprecated by recent libzmq3. ZMQ::LibZMQ3 being a Perl module, we'll try to be backwards compatible as much as possible, so it will silently fallback to using the right replacement, i.e.: zmq_init -> zmq_ctx_new zmq_term -> zmq_ctx_destroy zmq_sendmsg -> zmq_msg_send zmq_recvmsg -> zmq_msg_recv However, we may decide to start complaining in the future versions. You have been warned.
- Of the above functions, the following functions are newly added, AS LONG AS THE UNDERLYING libzmq SUPPORTS IT: zmq_ctx_new zmq_ctx_destroy zmq_ctx_get zmq_ctx_set zmq_msg_recv zmq_msg_send zmq_socket_monitor zmq_unbind If the underlying libzmq does not support any of these functions, it will croak.
- ZMQ::LibZMQ3 - A libzmq 3.x wrapper for Perl