fszmq 4.0.5

fszmq is an LGPLv3-licensed F# binding for the ZeroMQ distributed computing library. It provides a complete binding to versions 2.1.x, 3.2.x, and 4.0.x of ZeroMQ (Note: each binding is a separate branch in git, as there are some non-compatible differences). This library is primarily designed to be consumed from F#. However, where possible, the library has been designed to appear "friendly" when consumed by other .NET languages (C#, et aliam).

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Install-Package fszmq -Version 4.0.5
dotnet add package fszmq --version 4.0.5
<PackageReference Include="fszmq" Version="4.0.5" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add fszmq --version 4.0.5
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Release Notes

updated libzmq to 4.0.5
Fixed working-directory pathing in `Scratch.fsx` to be properly relative
Added methods to simplify polling a single socket for input (see tryPollIn,TryGetInput)
!BREAKING! Removed Timing module
!BREAKING! Changed poll function to DoPoll when called from other CLR languages
!BREAKING! Normalized many function names in the Message, Context, and Socket modules
!BREAKING! Changed `pollIO` function to `PollIO` when called from other CLR languages
!BREAKING! Changed `Proxingy.proxy` to return `unit`
Fixed potential memory leak in `Message.tryRecv`


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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
12.3.2 3,391 5/23/2018
12.3.1 240 5/18/2018
12.3.0 212 5/17/2018
12.2.2 4,717 1/31/2017
12.2.0 637 7/11/2016
12.1.1 1,647 8/21/2015
12.1.0 653 7/21/2015
12.0.1 541 7/1/2015
4.0.9-prerelease 361 5/6/2015
4.0.8 784 2/12/2015
4.0.8-prerelease 404 1/17/2015
4.0.6 987 6/10/2014
4.0.5 506 4/27/2014
4.0.4 731 12/9/2013
3.2.7 708 11/4/2013
3.2.5 470 10/30/2013
2.2.1 506 10/30/2013
2.1.11 1,058 1/10/2012
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