Tue Oct 23 17:44:02 CDT 2012
On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 1:49 PM, Comer Duncan <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> I use macports on my mac (Mountain Lion). Yesterday I did a selfupdate
> then a update outdated. All ended up getting done with the exception of
> zmq. The installed version of zmq on my mac is version 2.2. I checked the
> dependence on zmq and see that py27-zmq depends on zmp (no surprise here).
> Looking at the zmq page I see that zmq 3.2 rc 2 is listed as 'stable' but
> that version 2.2 is listed as stable. My question is whether there are
> likely to be any problems you guys know about if I were to port install zmq
> 3.2 rc 2? I am running with ipython dev and occasionally do a git pull to
> keep abreast of what is the latest development version.
3.2 is RC status (though frankly, I think that overestimates its readiness
a bit), and will be the 'stable' release once they are done, probably in a
few weeks or months.
3.2 should work just fine (I use libzmq master via homebrew without issue).
pyzmq builds fine against any libzmq ≥ 2.1.4, including all current 3.x
> Thanks for any advice.
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