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    • Jim Myhrberg's avatar
      Added amqp-spy. It allows you to listen in on all · 37e09033
      Jim Myhrberg authored
      messages going through a specific exchange.
      
      It creates a temporary auto-delete queue, binds it
      to the exchange in question with an optional
      routing key, and subscribes to the temp queue.
      
      It's usage isn't perfect, cause you need to match
      the exchange's type, durability and auto-delete
      options manually rather than amqp-spy figuring out
      the values on it's own. But it works, and is very
      useful :)
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    • Doug Barth's avatar
      Adds --header to amqp-enqueue. · dfdb1f07
      Doug Barth authored
      This option allows the user to set key/value pairs in the headers field
      of the AMQP header frame (confusing names, eh?). This field exists to
      allow arbitrary headers to be sent with a message.
      dfdb1f07
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    • Doug Barth's avatar
      Support for alternate output formats. · 0bea8fdc
      Doug Barth authored
      This is groundwork for allowing output from amqp-dequeue, amqp-peek,
      or amqp-pop to be piped to amqp-enqueue, perhaps with some filter
      commands in the middle of the pipeline.
      0bea8fdc