[aerogear-dev] UPS 1.2, GCM 3.0 Topics, and Google's rest-client updates

Karel Piwko kpiwko at redhat.com
Mon Aug 3 10:33:56 EDT 2015

Hello Summers,

my concern would be that this repo is Ant based and not available in Maven
Central. So a fork would indeed be needed. Other problem is that the lib
does not support supplying backend server location - but this is something
a PR can fix. In the past, I believe that we evaluated this library as an
option as well https://github.com/phonedeck/gcm4j



On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 5:04 PM, Summers Pittman <supittma at redhat.com>

> Guys and gals,
> UPS is currently using a fork of Google's rest-client sample to
> communicate with Google's servers (See the previous thread UPS and
> com.ganyo:gcm-server for details**).  This is an outdated fork from
> https://github.com/google/gcm.
> It is in fact very outdated.  The rest client code, Message and Builder
> objects, Constant fields, and Sender code don't support all of the
> fields/errors/etc needed for GCM topics messaging.  Additionally it uses a
> deprecated field in a few places.  I've filed two* issues*** in the gcm
> project to reach out and begin work with them to resolve this in a more
> sane way.  In the meanwhile we will probably have to patch and support our
> own fork of the library.
> Thoughts, comments, tomatoes?
> PS, this will probably bump XMPP support from aerogear-android-push 3.0
> and UPS 1.2.  Please let me know if it should and i will pull those from
> the JIRA epics and we can reschedule them.
> Summers
> * https://github.com/google/gcm/issues/84
> *** https://github.com/google/gcm/issues/85
> **
> http://aerogear-dev.1069024.n5.nabble.com/aerogear-dev-UPS-and-com-ganyo-gcm-server-td12015.html
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