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From Andrea Gazzarini <a.gazzar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Qpid 0.5 RC2
Date Tue, 12 May 2009 06:03:23 GMT
Hi Martin, I checked the QMan archives.
There's only one problem with the qman-jmx.sh startup script for QMan JMX
Adapter : it's notworking :(No problem concerning the other scripts and the
application.
I created a JIRA issue (QPID-1848) for resolving that and I'm just going to
submit the fix.

Regards,
Andrea

2009/5/11 Martin Ritchie <ritchiem@apache.org>

> Qpid 0.5 RC2 is now ready for final testing:
> http://people.apache.org/~ritchiem/Qpid-0.5/RC2
> (Files are uploading, give it 1hr for all artefacts to be available.)
>
> Updates are mainly packaging based, though I have updated a number of
> files for license headers as reported by RAT. The latest RAT output is
> attached here, the files that are being highlighted with ???? unknown
> licenses are now generated files or txt files.
>
>  - Updated license headers on a number of files. If we are adding a
> new file and it has a comment structure can we please ensure that we
> have the license file at the start.
> - Created new release artefacts for Java (QMan/WSDL, client-examples,
> qpid-cli)
>
> As there are a couple of artefacts that are new I will delay starting
> the vote thread until Wednesday (2009-05-13).
>
> I have verified that the:
>  - packages contain the required notice/license file
>  - source bundle can build the release artefacts
>  - cpp broker package builds and starts on fedora 10
>  - complete java packaged broker starts up as do the associated tools.
>  - java broker starts up
>  - java client examples run using qpid-all.jar as the classpath
>  - java Eclipse MC linux x68, OS-X start up
>  - java QMan tool starts up
>  - java qpid-cli tool starts up
>
> I have not investigated dotnet, ruby or python, other than there
> packaging was completed.
>
> The biggest issue I noticed was the lack of bundled documentation at
> least from the Java side. All the artefacts ship with a README which
> only details starting the broker, not ideal but something we can work
> on for our next release.
>
> Regards
>
> Martin
> --
> Martin Ritchie
>
>
>
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