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Add Firehose/Kinesis support to Windows #3641

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alessandrogario commented Sep 3, 2017

List of changes

  • Updated the PowerShell script that generates the aws-sdk-cpp nupkg file to support the latest version (1.1.44).
  • Disabled support for AWS credential profiles when running under Windows.
  • A couple of small fixes to the tests for the AWS utilities.


The Aws::Auth::InstanceProfileCredentialsProvider causes a crash when enabled on Windows. I have disabled it for now, and would like to have some feedback.

alessandrogario added some commits Sep 1, 2017

aws_kinesis/aws_firehose: Disabled profile support for Windows (see d…

The Aws::Auth::InstanceProfileCredentialsProvider provider causes
a crash when used. I have decided to disable it when compiling on

A couple of smaller nits, then I think we're good to fold this in, thanks!

aws_firehose/aws_kinesis: Code review changes (see details).
Changes in the test module:

 o Use the setEnvVar/unsetEnvVar wrappers.
 o Do not use the preprocessor to disable test parts that
   are not compatible with Windows.
 o Fix the nupkg package version (remove the '-r1' suffix).

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@muffins muffins merged commit 6489c8b into facebook:master Sep 3, 2017

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