[Haskell-cafe] Talking to Java from Haskell?
travis.brady at gmail.com
Mon Jul 19 20:26:28 EDT 2010
> Someone has written a large Java library (QuickFIX/J) which speaks
> a gnarled, ugly protocol (FIX).
They've also written a large C++ library for the same purpose called
You could try wrapping it directly via the Haskell FFI.
On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 6:35 PM, Daniel Cook <danielkcook at gmail.com> wrote:
> Someone has written a large Java library (QuickFIX/J) which speaks a
> gnarled, ugly protocol (FIX). There don't appear to be any FIX
> protocol libraries in Hackage. I need my Haskell program to talk to a
> 3rd-party system that only speaks FIX.
> Should I:
> a) Reimplement the protocol directly Haskell? (This appears to be
> b) Wrap the Java library with some code to use a lightweight message
> queue (zeromq) to send messages to my Haskell program? (This would
> require essentially re-implementing an abstracted subset of the the
> protocol into 0MQ messages)
> c) Find a way for Haskell to interact directly with Java? (the various
> JNI bridges seem very unmaintained...)
> To me, (b) seems like the best approach, but I'd like to hear what the
> cafe thinks..
> - Dan
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