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Re: [paho-dev] Next Release of Paho after 1.0 (1.1?)

Yes, 433871 was the big one that I was waiting on. It's the main thing I can't hide or figure out a work-around.

The other thing buried in that bug report is the request for a MQTTAsync_waitForCompletion() function. I was able to work around the lack of it inside the C++ wrapper but it took some code to do so, which I believed could be replaced by a single, small function in the C library. Let me know if I haven't convinced you yet!


On 06/12/2014 10:51 AM, Ian Craggs wrote:
The actual release date for the C client (and the rest of Paho) is the 25th June.

I have the MQTT 3.1.1 updates ready in the development branch, and I was hoping to get the long-awaited updates for the C++ compatibility of the API into 1.0 as well (

I was also thinking of trying to fix 433871 (Outgoing messages should be able to be tracked while they are queued up) for 1.0, but that will probably have to wait, as I'm getting the Javascript and Java client 3.1.1 updates ready.

I don't think any of these changes should impact you too much, with the possible exception of 433871. In my mind, I've scheduled 1.1 for August/September.


On 06/12/2014 03:01 PM, Frank Pagliughi wrote:
I have a number of updates for the C++ client that are nearly ready to go. If the C client is relatively stable at this point, I can start testing and get them uploaded in the next few weeks.


On 06/12/2014 06:13 AM, Ian Craggs wrote:
Starting to think about the next release of Paho after 1.0, I've created a release 1.1.

Potential items to include:

- the Android service

- C++ client layer

- embedded C/C++ clients

- simple offline buffering for the Java, JavaScript, Python and C clients. This is something that we get asked about from time to time. The reason we haven't done it is because it does add complications, in the management of the persistence store for example. It would (might?) be good to get a consistent approach across the released clients.

- MQTT 3.1.1 test material

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