Folks 0.9.5 No Longer Supports Multiple IndividualAggregator Instances
Aug 30, 2013, 15:00 (1 Talkback[s])
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Folks 0.9.5 drops support for multiple IndividualAggregator instances. Therefore, in order to retrieve the default aggregator singleton, clients should use the new IndividualAggregator.dup constructor, as the default IndividualAggregator.with_backend_store and IndividualAggregator constructors are now deprecated. Moreover, among the bugs fixed in Folks 0.9.5, we can mention a crash when removing an individual with two aggregators instantiated, and an issue with folks_small_set_copy(), which doesn't always return a value.