Are the SDKs/API's on GitHub still actively maintained?

Hi

I am trying to play around with the RUST or Python SDK/APIs on Nash.io · GitHub
But I ran into several issues. First I opened issues on GitHub and waited for response but nothing happed. So I contacted Nash-Support and they made the devs aware of it.
This first issue got solved now but another one appeared and another person and me are waiting for a response now for 10 days now. I created a support ticket again but want to ask here as well about the process:

  • Are the SDKs actively maintained?
  • What is the correct way to report problems with the SDK?

Creating an issue on GitHub and also create a ticket via support to get attention from the devs seems a bit silly to me.

Thanks for letting me know.

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The libraries are maintained and receiving updates.

Regarding your issues note the error is saying the enviroument has Tokio 1.2.0, while the dependencies file Cargo has:

[dependencies]
tokio = { version = "0.2", features = ["full"] }

So please try to downgrade the environment to it.

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Thanks for taking care of this.
I have to say that I am new to RUST/Python but did some development in the past. But I am not sure what to do now with your information in detail. Some research did not help me out.
Does this mean I have to use an older version of rust? I thought this is the major benefit of dependencies, using certain versions of a module independent of the environment. But maybe I got this wrong.

Sure, this is not a general rust/python forum here but I need some more advice. In the meantime a third person commented the GitHub issue now having the same problem. Seems like that I am in good company with this problem and not only just too dumb :wink: (hopefully)

Hi Fabio,
Still here?
I thought you went to another project? StackOS ?
StackOS looks like a really good project, looking forward to put my Wordpress websites on the blockchain.
Cheers!

If I understood it correctly you are implying I am working on it and outside Nash? That is incorrect.

I am an advisor to it - have been for several years, and to several other projects during that time as well, each advisory doesn’t take more than a few hours each month.

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Ah okay, great. Thanks for the answer :slight_smile:

The project looks really nice!

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