Re: [paho-dev] Test Paho against an MQTT 5 broker
thanks for the offer, and great to see the support of MQTT V5 in HiveMQ!
I'd like to respond to that offer by making another in return.
Given that Paho is an open source project, and all the material is
freely available, including the tests, it could be a valuable
contribution to the project to run those tests against different brokers
and report any issues (or report success!). Another contribution could
be to add more tests.
Like many open source projects, some Paho committers work on the project
in their spare time. Even for people like me, for whom it is part of my
job, it's not my only job. I wrote the Paho MQTT V5 server last year so
that our client libraries could be tested against it because none
existed at the time. Finding time to complete all the potential work
(including support) can be hard.
So while running our tests against other brokers is a good idea, it's
not going to scale well if the Paho team has to run all those tests.
If anyone relies on the Paho clients in any way, running the tests could
be a way of 'paying' us back :-)
On 16/07/2018 17:56, Dominik Obermaier wrote:
It’s fantastic to see that Eclipse Paho with all its libraries is
moving fast towards MQTT 5.
In case you want to test Eclipse Paho against a MQTT 5 compatible MQTT
broker, HiveMQ has released a completely free Early Access Preview
with MQTT 5 support without any limitations:
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