[rabbitmq-discuss] rabbitmq-erlang-client lagging behind server 1.8.0
lee at rightscale.com
Fri Jul 9 02:10:47 BST 2010
Thanks for the quick feedback.
A week or so ago when I used the tip (I assume that is what you mean by head
of default branch) of rabbitmq-erlang-client it failed with the 1.8.0
server, but I tried it again today and now it worked. The problem before was
that the rabbit_channel:start_link/6 function was missing the CollectorPid
parameter when called from within the client.
It seems risky for us to run off anything other than a tagged version of
rabbitmq-erlang-client. Could someone tag it at a stable point?
On Thu, Jul 8, 2010 at 11:28 AM, Matthew Sackman <matthew at rabbitmq.com>wrote:
> Hi Lee,
> On Thu, Jul 08, 2010 at 10:04:17AM -0700, Lee Kirchhoff wrote:
> > The rabbitmq-erlang-client is required by a plugin we use with the
> > rabbitmq-server. We are currently using version 1.7.2 of the server and
> > would like to step to 1.8.0 but are blocked because
> > is lagging back at version 1.7.0 and is incompatible with 1.8.0. Is there
> > anyone working to bring rabbitmq-erlang-client forward, and if so, when
> > it expected to be available?
> The erlang client is unreleased. Hopefully that'll change in the near
> future. However, until then, please use the head of the default branch
> in the rabbitmq-erlang-client repo. We try to tag the repos with version
> numbers when things *stop* working. So eg the erlang client tagged with
> 1.7.0 should be the *last* version that was known to work with the 1.7.0
> broker. However, thinking about it, I can think of at least a couple of
> changes which would have stopped the erlang client working with 1.7.2
> and I suspect there is no version tagged with 1.7.2. In any case, I
> would hope that if there is no 1.8.0 tagged erlang client then the
> latest on default should work with the 1.8.0 release. If that's not the
> case, please let us know and we'll track down and tag the correct
> Hopefully this mess should go away once we get to be able to release the
> erlang client, which is a priority for us in the next few months.
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