[rabbitmq-discuss] [announcement] amqp gem 0.9.0.pre (beta) is released

Alexis Richardson alexis at rabbitmq.com
Tue Jan 3 14:52:15 GMT 2012



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On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 2:34 PM, Michael Klishin
<michael.s.klishin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi and Happy New Year,
> amqp gem 0.9.0.pre ("beta") is released to rubygems.org [1]. This release is fully backwards compatible with 0.8.4 and
> has two fixes:
>  * :default_routing_key value is now respected by AMQP::Exchange#initialize and AMQP::Exchange#publish. This is a rarely used feature but we saw one project relying on it, so it is now supported again.
>  * Automatic recovery mode [2] now works for publishers.
> I believe the 2nd improvement alone is worth upgrading.
> 0.9.0 will be released after a few more backwards compatible beta releases but we encourage you to give it a try today.
> Thank you and happy 2012.
> 1. https://rubygems.org/gems/amqp/versions/0.9.0.pre3
> 2. http://rubyamqp.info/articles/error_handling/#automatic_recovery
> P.S.
> I want to explain why there are 3 pre releases on rubygems.org. On January 1st rubygems.org had some issues that led me to believe pre1 wasn't published correctly, so I tried a couple more times throughout the day. Because re-publishing with the same version number is prohibited (and rightfully so), I had to bump versions.
> It turns out all releases were successful, but indexing of gems (what makes `gem install` find the version you want) was several hours behind its regular schedule. By now it has caught up, which can be verified with
> gem list -r --prerelease --versions amqp
> So all 3 .pre releases are effectively the same but go ahead and run with 0.9.0.pre3.
> MK
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