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OpenAMQ used to provide C++ classes for some APIs but this was complex and not fully tested. On the 1.4 branch it's been ripped out.
There is no native C# client that works with the current OpenAMQ server. RabbitMQ's C# client almost works but the protocol versions are slightly different (0.8 vs. 0.9). It may be possible to make a 0.9 client based on Rabbit Technology's work. Bo Kohut also started a C# wrapper for the OpenAMQ C WireAPI libraries, which is here.
Esteve Fernandez <moc.ofnidiulf|evetse#moc.ofnidiulf|evetse> told us:
I'm pleased to announce that Fluidinfo  is releasing txAMQP 0.2, (codenamed "Peanut butter and chocolate")  which includes support for Thrift, and various minor fixes. What does this mean? Well, it makes easier to build a high performance  massively scalable  RPC  architecture in Python. We hope you'll enjoy it!
PS: you'll need to apply the patch at  to Thrift to add support for Twisted
1 - Fluidinfo http://fluidinfo.com
2 - txAMQP http://launchpad.net/txamqp
3 - thanks to Twisted http://www.twistedmatrix.com
4 - thanks to AMQP http://www.amqp.org
5 - thanks to Thrift http://incubator.apache.org/thrift
6 - https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/THRIFT-148