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 +[13:32:04] <​polyurethan>​ Hi, we have problems regarding the mysql-postgresql-client. Narigo already opened a PR which solves the problem in the underlying driver (https://​github.com/​vert-x3/​vertx-mysql-postgresql-client/​pull/​45). How can we help to speed up the release of this bugfix?
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 +[13:38:12] <​pmlopes>​ @polyurethan there are currently 66 open pull requests across the vert.x project, that the commiters need to review, and there is a plan to release 3.3 series early june. If this issue is extremely critical, then the issue should be raised to the project lead to decide a hotfix release e.g.: 3.2.3
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 +[13:40:58] <​pmlopes>​ alternatively if you're just looking for the driver fixes it could be that declaring the driver version you need in your pom before the async driver would override the "​faulty"​ version and solve your issue for now (i've not tested it, so i cannot guarantee it works)
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 +[13:42:34] <​polyurethan>​ pmlopes Ok, I see. I already tried it but APIs are not compatible. We do have these problems in a production environment. So, if you ask me it's somehow critical for us. But if it's too much of a hassle I could try to build it myself.
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 +[13:44:08] <​pmlopes>​ if this is really critical i'd say build it yourself and merge the pr on your branch until a official release is out. The release process needs to be handled by Julien i'm affraid.
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 +[13:44:42] <​pmlopes>​ another thing if this is a very problematic issue you shoud create an issue for it so the team is aware of it
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 +[13:45:47] <​polyurethan>​ pmlopes Ok, should I create an Issue even though there is already a PR which fixes the Issue?
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 +[13:49:52] <​pmlopes>​ yes and explain why is it critical, from the PR it only says, upgrade the driver, for me, that don't use it everyday it doesn'​t should critical (as you can imagine) but for someone with more insight as you, then you can explain us why we should consider a hotfix release or not
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 +[13:50:16] <​pmlopes>​ s/​should/​sound/​
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 +[14:13:30] <​polyurethan>​ pmlopes ok, thank!
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 +[14:13:32] <​polyurethan>​ +s
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 +[16:26:13] <​TiberiusReilly>​ Hi vertx! I'm using vertx2 with Rhino, and I'm deploying a module. The module is JS and it has a .jar file in the lib directory.
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 +[16:26:32] <​TiberiusReilly>​ I am trying to instantiate a class inside that jar by referring to it's FCQN
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 +[16:27:18] <​TiberiusReilly>​ When that happens, the following error occurs: [JavaPackage com.mycompany.mypackage.myclass] is not a function, it is object.
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 +[16:27:41] <​TiberiusReilly>​ From reading around, this indicates that rhino hasn't found that class on the classpath
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 +[16:27:53] <​TiberiusReilly>​ so I have to assume that my .jar is not being loaded
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 +[16:28:11] <​TiberiusReilly>​ From the manual for vertx2: "The root of the module and any jar or zip files in the lib directory (if any) comprise the module classpath."​
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 +[16:28:43] <​TiberiusReilly>​ If this is true, why doesn'​t my module have lib/​myJar.jar on the classpath?
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 +[19:51:31] <​ChicagoJohn>​ vertx newbie here.  I have to build out a rest api using vertx. ​ i want my api broken down into verticles. ​ all of them will have routes. ​ at the end of each verticle.start(),​ do i:
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 +[19:51:32] <​ChicagoJohn>​ vertx.createHttpServer().requestHandler(router::​accept).listen(config().getInteger("​http.port",​ 8080), next::​handle);​ ???
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 +[19:51:59] <​ChicagoJohn>​ or do i have a single main verticle that creates the httpserver
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 +[22:41:24] <​Lecherito>​ Is it possible to scale horizontally with fatjar?
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 +[22:41:36] <​Lecherito>​ or vertx run <​verticle>​ should be used?
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 +[23:25:44] <​AlexLehm>​ you can set the same options in fatjar as with vertx run i think
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 +[23:26:20] <h31> Hi. Why Vert.x performs so poor here: https://​www.techempower.com/​benchmarks/#​section=data-r12&​hw=peak&​test=db ?
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 +[23:29:48] <h31> I'm choosing a framework to make a REST service which will use SQL DB extensively. Is Vert.x a good choice for this task?