[rabbitmq-discuss] Eliminated hrls from 2.8.2 source?
francesco at rabbitmq.com
Mon Apr 30 14:54:57 BST 2012
The .hrl files were removed since now dyalizer offers a mechanism to
type behaviours (the -callback signatures). You should remove whatever
-include you might have containing them. There won't be any side effects
apart from a cleaner dyalizer output :).
On 30/04/12 14:51, Jon Brisbin wrote:
> I'm updating the rebar fork of amqp_client with 2.8.2 and I noticed that some .hrl files have been removed. Previously I had the following in the rabbit_common dependency:
> These seem to be gone from rabbitmq-server/include now. Some of the specs appear in the source code, I see, while others seem to just be gone entirely.
> Since I keep stuff tagged by version, we should be okay if someone is using rebar and depending on a specific version of rabbit_common (2.8.1 or earlier, say). But are there going to be any side effects of not having these include files any longer?
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