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#include "container_impl.hpp"
#include "proton/container.hpp"
#include "proton/connection.hpp"
#include "proton/sender_options.hpp"
#include "proton/receiver_options.hpp"
#include "proton/session.hpp"
#include "proton/error.hpp"
#include "proton/receiver.hpp"
#include "proton/receiver_options.hpp"
#include "proton/sender.hpp"
#include "proton/sender_options.hpp"
#include "proton/task.hpp"
#include "proton/url.hpp"
#include "container_impl.hpp"
#include "connector.hpp"
#include "contexts.hpp"
#include "messaging_adapter.hpp"
#include <proton/connection.h>
#include <proton/session.h>
namespace proton {
container::~container() {}
/// Functions defined here are convenience overrides that can be triviall
/// defined in terms of other pure virtual functions on container. Don't make
/// container implementers wade thru all this boiler-plate.
returned<connection> container::connect(const std::string &url) {
return connect(url, connection_options());
returned<sender> container::open_sender(const std::string &url) {
return open_sender(url, proton::sender_options(), connection_options());
returned<sender> container::open_sender(const std::string &url, const proton::sender_options &lo) {
return open_sender(url, lo, connection_options());
returned<receiver> container::open_receiver(const std::string &url) {
return open_receiver(url, proton::receiver_options(), connection_options());
returned<receiver> container::open_receiver(const std::string &url, const proton::receiver_options &lo) {
return open_receiver(url, lo, connection_options());
struct listen_opts : public listen_handler {
connection_options opts;
listen_opts(const connection_options& o) : opts(o) {}
connection_options on_accept() { return opts; }
void on_close() { delete this; }
listener container::listen(const std::string& url, const connection_options& opts) {
// Note: listen_opts::on_close() calls delete(this) so this is not a leak.
// The container will always call on_closed() even if there are errors or exceptions.
listen_opts* lh = new listen_opts(opts);
return listen(url, *lh);
listener container::listen(const std::string &url) {
return listen(url, connection_options());
} // namespace proton