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    • Type: Improvement Improvement
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 0.8.0
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      Description

      It would be useful to also display the jclouds version on "bin/whirr version".

      Here is the relevant message from Andrew Phillips on jclouds-dev@:

      Issue 802 [1] added a JcloudsVersion class to jclouds/core which can be used to get version information about jclouds at runtime. It's designed to be used as follows:

      A. From outside jclouds:
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      Obtain a JcloudsVersion instance using JcloudsVersion.get(). Version information is read from META-INF/jclouds-version.properties (META-INF/maven/.../pom.properties would have been nice but isn't available from an IDE) which is included in the jclouds core JAR.

      If you need to simulate a different JcloudsVersion for testing purposes, you can place an overriding META-INF/jclouds-version.properties file in the classpath (e.g. src/test/resources) with the desired version.

      B. From inside jclouds:
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      Obtain a JcloudsVersion instance using Guice, binding it to JcloudsVersion.get(). When testing code that uses a JcloudsVersion, override this binding with an appropriate instance created with new JcloudsVersion("my-test-version").

      Thanks!

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          Andrei Savu added a comment -

          Fixed in WHIRR-456 during the upgrade to 1.3.0.

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          Andrei Savu added a comment - Fixed in WHIRR-456 during the upgrade to 1.3.0.

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              Andrei Savu
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              Andrei Savu
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