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Unintentional 0.5.x releases #439

NiteshKant opened this Issue Oct 22, 2015 · 3 comments


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NiteshKant commented Oct 22, 2015

As a result of an "Oops moment", I unintentionally released 0.5.0 and 0.5.1 artifacts to maven, obnoxiously so, from 0.4.x branch. So, we have artifacts in maven central which have version as 0.5.x but with 0.4.x code.

Since, then I have fixed the job to now release 0.4.x artifacts but I can not undo what has been released. I apologies for the inconvenience, if any, this causes for any one of you using RxNetty.

PS: I have to delete the tags v0.5.0 and v0.5.1 on branch 0.4.x to bring the build back to life.


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warmhug commented Jan 28, 2016

Honestly, it brought me a very big trouble. when start netty server it will throw ResponseContentWriter... error. The version of 0.5.0-SNAPSHOT works well (but need myself build it manually), and the last update of this project was seven months ago, it's a very long time! I can not help but have a question, whether this project is in maintenance?!


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NiteshKant commented Jan 29, 2016

@warmhug sorry for the trouble.

Yesterday a new snapshot was published as 0.5.2-SNAPSHOT with the latest code in 0.5.x branch.
0.4.x was released in December and 0.5.x last Snapshot wasn't seven months ago for sure. Why do you say that the project isn't updated since seven months?

This project is well under active development.


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warmhug commented Jan 29, 2016

@NiteshKant I'm sorry about having a great wrong with the project's update time. hope you forgive me. :)

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