[rabbitmq-discuss] [dmitriy.kargapolov at gmail.com: RabbitMQ Erlang Client]

Ben Hood 0x6e6562 at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 11:12:42 GMT 2008


BTW there is a mailing list where these kinds of things are discussed :-)

> ----- Forwarded message from Dmitriy Kargapolov <dmitriy.kargapolov at gmail.com> ----
> I've just downloaded and tried to compile Subj.
> Compilation failed because record 'queue.unbind' undefined.
> There is no definition of this record in rabbitmq_server-1.4.0 since
> server implements 0.8.
> Wondering if some extra headers missing from tip.zip...

The queue.unbind command is not available in Rabbit 1.4.0.

It is available in the current source tree of Rabbit ATM and will be
part of the next release.

Hence the easiest thing to do is to check out the latest version of
Rabbit from the repo.

The reason why the Erlang client is dependent on a particular version
of the server is twofold:

1. The Erlang client has not released as a formally supported client,
yet. This will happen after the next release of Rabbit.

2. The client re-uses a lot of the code base of the server (because
you can transparently embed the client in the address space of the
server). This coupling will be a lot more explicit when the client is
made into a formal release, though.



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