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Pinned topic IBM SDK for Node.js(TM) version 1.1 released

‏2013-09-23T15:13:47Z |

The official IBM product version is freely available at:

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/nodesdk/

 

Note: this page was previously used to announce the beta release and provide a support forum.   It is now obsolete.

Updated on 2013-12-17T23:03:37Z at 2013-12-17T23:03:37Z by browning
  • JayFurmanek
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    Re: Beta release of IBM SDK for Node.js(TM)

    ‏2013-10-24T04:02:34Z  in response to browning

    Hi Luke,

    This release includes prebuilt binaries, correct? I don't have to compile anything, just set the PATH?

    Also, does the code compile ok with AdvanceToolchain (gcc 4.8)? I could try myself, of course, but I'm just curious for now. :)

    • browning
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      Re: Beta release of IBM SDK for Node.js(TM)

      ‏2013-10-24T14:08:43Z  in response to JayFurmanek

      Yes, to prebuilt binaries and just set PATH.

      The version of gcc we used is 4.4.6-4.

  • JayFurmanek
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    Re: Beta release of IBM SDK for Node.js(TM)

    ‏2013-10-24T17:57:35Z  in response to browning

    One more question:

    Which RedHat levels will this work on? I didn't see that listed.

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      Re: Beta release of IBM SDK for Node.js(TM)

      ‏2013-10-24T18:28:54Z  in response to JayFurmanek

      We developed it on RHEL 6.3.  

  • browning
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    IBM SDK for Node.js version 1.1 released

    ‏2013-12-17T22:51:37Z  in response to browning

    Please use the official release at:

    http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/web/nodesdk/

    The beta is now deprecated.

    Thanks, Luke