neo4j_sips v0.2.14 Release Notes

Release Date: 2016-12-26 // over 3 years ago
    • Neo4j 3.1 is now returning the address of the Bolt protocol address, during the initial handshake, with the remote http API. At this time, I am expecting a set of keys I convert later to atoms, for efficiency. However, the story with the atoms in Erlang is well-known: Atoms are not garbage-collected. Once an atom is created, it will never be removed. This is why I also had to make sure I am allocating all the keys I need before this initial handshake. And the :bolt atom was not one of them, as I didn't expect to have it, breaking this way the Poison validations. Fixed now.