[jifty-devel] Which version to use?

Nelson Elhage nelhage at bestpractical.com
Mon Dec 18 09:33:20 EST 2006

At the very least, you want the CPAN developer release; If you're going
to be actively developing against Jifty, I strongly recommend you check
out the subversion repository and update it periodically. There are a
number of production apps running against Jifty svn, so we try to be
very good about keeping our API backwards-compatible; However, svn
contains a lot of bugfixes and improvements over what you'll find on

- Nelson Elhage

On Mon, Dec 18, 2006 at 02:47:51PM +0800, Chorg Heavy Industries wrote:
> Ok, i've read over the tutorials, and I have a few ideas ( many, many ideas
> ) that i wanted to use a Perl framework for.  I read the very well done
> PDF's from the London talks and was very impressed with the framework in
> general, and  IPC::PubSub in particular because this means that I wont have
> to use JRuby or Java.  I'm ready to get into it now. So:
>  Which version of Jifty shouid I be running?  The cpan version? or the
> developer version?  Is the API solid here or are major changes coming?  I'm
> using OS X 10.4 to do this stuff on, if that matters.

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