Hey Guys,

One other potentially large benefit is to decouple broker dependencies
from consumer/producer dependencies. This makes upgrading the
consumer/producer and managing jar conflicts a lot less of a hassle.
Putting the consumer and producer in their own packages might hopefully
alleviate some of this. I'm not sure how much the broker is pulling in
that the consumer/producer aren't using, but it might be worth a look, if
there are a lot of jars that only the broker is using.


On 1/22/13 12:57 PM, "Evan Chan" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

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