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Re: [paho-dev] MQTT Version 5.0 Progress

Hi Benjamin,

possibly. In one sense yes, in another I'm not so sure. I envisaged it as more of a start it when you want, and then stop it broker. It's written in Python (3) so it's easy to run and for preliminary testing, such as packet formatting, you'll want to see the log output.  It's not been battle hardened in an internet facing situation, so I don't know how long it would last or whether it might start consuming CPU in some situations.Â

For simple scenarios it would certainly work, but perhaps better running in an isolated environment for now.

Ian

On 16/08/2017 12:53, Benjamin Cabà wrote:
Thanks for sharing this, Ian. Would it make sense to setup a public instance of the v5 test broker for people interested in early interop testing?

Benjamin -

Le 16 aoÃt 2017 Ã 12:58, Ian Craggs <icraggs@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> a Ãcrit :

1. The test broker has a substantial amount of function in it, with outstanding work listed in the issues

(https://github.com/eclipse/paho.mqtt.testing/issues)

You can use it to test any V5 client implementation against.

2. There is a simple unit test (client_test5.py) which can be used against a V5 broker implementation.  I'll add more tests as more V5 features are added to the broker.

3. James has completed a Java client V5 packet library and is working on the rest.  A design discussion is ongoing in the issues on the project.

4. I'll start work on the C client soon.

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