Notice for old app version ignored

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06 Jun, 2011 05:42 AM

I haven't updated my notifier, or any settings on the website, but now all of my crash reports appear to be rejected when they're submitted on startup -

Jun 5 22:28:22 unknown Lookout[2073] : [Hoptoad] unable to cache git commit hash
Jun 5 22:28:22 unknown Lookout[2073] : [Hoptoad] Notifier 2.1 ready to catch errors
Jun 5 22:28:22 unknown Lookout[2073] : [Hoptoad] Environment "Development"
Jun 5 22:28:23 unknown Lookout[2073] : [Hoptoad] unexpected response

status code:422
response body:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  <error>Notice for old app version ignored</error>
  1. 2 Posted by calebdavenport on 06 Jun, 2011 05:47 AM

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    If you have a floor version set in the project setting on Hoptoad, all notices that don't match the requirement, or are posted by older notifier versions that don't include the proper versioning key are dropped. Remove that setting from the project and all will be fine. We are just days away (maybe less) from releasing a new version of the notifier that will support this and a few other new features. Just waiting on some documentation updates and we'll be all set.

  2. 3 Posted by Andrew on 06 Jun, 2011 05:56 AM

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    Thanks for the quick reply. I don't believe I've even seen this setting before but it does seem to have been the issue.

    You may want to double-check how this is working for deployed apps with the current notifier because for most developers having crash dumps suddenly stop is going to be a bit of an issue.

  3. 4 Posted by calebdavenport on 06 Jun, 2011 01:46 PM

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    Andrew, the new notifier version that supports app version filtering is now live on github. For more information on how this works check out

  4. calebdavenport closed this discussion on 06 Jun, 2011 01:46 PM.

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