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Qpid 0.24 Release Notes

Qpid is a cross-platform AMQP messaging system. It provides message brokers written in C++ and Java, and clients for C++, Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, and .NET. More about Qpid.

The full list of changes in the Qpid 0.24 release incorporates both the issues worked on during the 0.23 development stream and any final touches made during the 0.24 release process. A list of these JIRA issues can be found below.

For more information about this release, including download links and documentation, see the release overview.

Note: This is the last release that will support building the C++ source via autotools. The Qpid C++ codebase now uses cmake.

Note: The deprecated qpid::client API will be removed in the next release. Users should instead use the Qpid Messaging API.

Note: The QMF version 1 APIs will be removed in the next release. Users should instead use the QMF APIs that speak version 2 of the QMF protocol.

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