Bunny: v0.10.7 Release

Another Bunny point release has hit Rubygems.

You can see a full list of changes in the Change Log on GitHub.

Your input is important to us, so please give it a try and let us know if anything doesn’t work for you. You can also let us know what works well if you like.

gem install bunny

will get you the latest stable release and you can post your comments to the Google Group.

Bunny: v0.10.5 Release

The Bunny stable branch has moved on to v0.10.5 after including some SSl/TLS certificate-related changes and a change that provides a method to parse connection URIs.

You can see a full list of changes in the Change Log on GitHub.

Your input is important to us, so please give it a try and let us know if anything doesn’t work for you. You can also let us know what works well if you like.

gem install bunny

will get you the latest stable release and you can post your comments to the Google Group.

Bunny: v0.10.2 Release

The Bunny stable branch has moved to the 0.10.x series because of a minor breaking API change concerning basic.ack, basic.nack and basic.reject implementation.

Bunny v0.10.2 allows you to re-register consumers from the Bunny::Consumer#handle_cancellation method.

You can see a full list of changes in the Change Log on GitHub.

Your input is important to us, so please give it a try and let us know if anything doesn’t work for you. You can also let us know what works well if you like.

gem install bunny

will get you the latest stable release and you can post your comments to the Google Group.

Bunny: v0.9.8 Release

The Bunny stable branch gets another upgrade with the introduction of a useful error message (Bunny::AccessRefused) when a program tries to register a second consumer for the same queue on a different channel.

You can see a full list of changes in the Change Log on GitHub.

Your input is important to us, so please give it a try and let us know if anything doesn’t work for you. You can also let us know what works well if you like.

gem install bunny

will get you the latest stable release and you can post your comments to the Google Group.

Bunny: v1.0.0.pre2 Release

Bunny has been around for a while and has reached a level of maturity that warrants recognition by progressing to a version number of 1.0.0. To this end a pre-release series for 1.0.0 has been started.

For those of you that want to assist in the push to 1.0.0 then the pre-releases are for you. Otherwise, stick with the stable 0.9+ releases until 1.0.0 sees the light of day.

You can see a full list of changes in the Change Log on GitHub.

Your input is invaluable to us, so please give it a try and let us know if anything doesn’t work for you. You can also let us know what works well if you like.

gem install bunny --pre

will get you the latest preview release and you can post your comments to the Google Group.

Bunny: v0.9.7 Release

Bunny development continues to move on apace with a number of improvements mostly to do with concurrency.

You can see a full list of changes in the Change Log on GitHub.

Your input is important to us, so please give it a try and let us know if anything doesn’t work for you. You can also let us know what works well if you like.

gem install bunny

will get you the latest stable release and you can post your comments to the Google Group.

Bunny: v0.9.3 Release

Bunny has undergone a transformation in recent months and is becoming more polished by the day. This is a bugfix release to rectify issues with message publishing during recovery.

For those of you who are still using Bunny v0.8.0 the 0.9.x series is far superior in its capabilities and I would urge you to upgrade at your earliest convenience.

You can see a full list of changes in the Change Log on GitHub.

Your input is important to us, so please give it a try and let us know if anything doesn’t work for you. You can also let us know what works well if you like.

gem install bunny

will get you the latest release and you can post your comments to the Google Group.