[Red5] recommended version / build to day
n.giamouris at gmail.com
Thu Nov 27 06:11:41 PST 2008
Excellent post Tyler. For the ones still using 0.7 where Bootstrap is not
available and you don't want to have to rely on red5.jar's META-INF, just
add the following lines to your red5.bat after 'set RED5_CLASSPATH=...'
FOR %%G in (lib/*.jar) DO (call :add_lib %%G)
This will make sure that any jars you drop in the lib folder get picked up.
2008/11/25 Tyler Kocheran <rfkrocktk at gmail.com>
> Lorenzo, I'd recommend using the latest trunk. I wrote a tutorial on some
> of the differences in development for Red5 Trunk which you can find here:
> Hope that helps!
> On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 4:11 AM, Lorenzo Perone <
> lopez.on.the.lists at yellowspace.net> wrote:
>> hello to all, in particular to the red5 developers.
>> we currently run 0.7.0, and while we are very happy with the
>> quality of the product, we still experience memory leaks and
>> therefore memory errors from time to time. we use a modified
>> version of the oflaDemo, which works fine for our purposes
>> right now. for the time being, I understand that red5 is still under
>> active development, so I don't really expect completely
>> seemless operation and follow the development with great
>> interest (as for the leak, I've seen that probably it is solved
>> with 0.7.1., so this is not meant to be a bug report here).
>> to make a long story short: I'd like to test one of the latest
>> releases in production, and would like to ask which build
>> or version would you actually recommend by now for
>> that? should I pull 0.8.0 RC1 or directly from svn trunk?
>> it will run on SunOS 10 like the current one. I've been using
>> jvm 6 as i have the impression that the GC in j6 is better,
>> but this is the second question anyhow: do you recommend
>> 5 or 6?
>> thank you very much,
>> sincere regards,
>> Red5 mailing list
>> Red5 at osflash.org
> And do this, knowing the time, that now it is high time to awake out of
> for now our salvation is nearer than when we first believed.
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