Red5 Backwards Compatibility Report

Update Period

25-FEB-2009 to 25-MAR-2009


A lot of bug fixes were made (many of them community-provided with unit tests; thanks!), but they should not have backwards compatibility impacts. However, as of this report, some unit tests are failing due to a life-cycle bug we fixed (shutdown should work now). We’re working on that.

Other changes with potential visible impacts to users follow.

Changes With Compatibility Impacts

Revision Description
R3577 Upgraded quartz to 1.6.5
R3569 Updated echo test with new UI
R3553 Upgraded installer.swf with nice new UI (thanks Jay Araujo)

More Details

For details on these and all other changes to red5:

Previous Reports

You can find the last report here.

What Is This Report

Red5 is under active development and as such APIs and the implementation are subject to change at any time.

To help with that problem and as a service to the Red5 team, every two weeks Xuggle publishes updates giving a summary of major changes since the last report that MAY require changes to your existing Red5 applications.

Other changes may have been made as well, but we do not expect them to cause backwards compatibility issues.

See here for more background.


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