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# talk-hydra
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04/23/2022, 8:54 AM
Hi community, I've realized that the used Golang version for the Hydra SDK is deprecated and not the same as inside the product itself. Did I miss something? Is there a plan, to update the versions?
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steep-lamp-91158

04/25/2022, 8:24 AM
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narrow-traffic-45153

04/25/2022, 5:48 PM
But it is still the same deprecated Golang version 🙂
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steep-lamp-91158

04/25/2022, 8:48 PM
You can just use a different version, it is at go1.13 in go.mod for compatibility reasons Is there any point in raising that?
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narrow-traffic-45153

04/27/2022, 6:22 AM
Okay, but I still don't understand why there are different versions inside the SDK and the product itself. Why is still 1.16 used by the product? 1.16 is deprecated and yes of course you can argue with the same decision as before (compatibility reasons) and it's possible to build with a higher version. For my understanding, it would be more clear if, if the used versions inside the
go. mod
is a non-deprecated and security vulnerability-based version.
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steep-lamp-91158

04/27/2022, 10:53 AM
The minimum version of Go required by the current module.
https://go.dev/doc/modules/gomod-ref It is just the minimal version, and there is no point in raising it You don't want to use go1.13? You don't have to 🤷
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narrow-traffic-45153

05/12/2022, 7:53 PM
Thank you very much for the information. Now I know, why you use Golang version 1.13 in the file. I was a bit confused that you use two different versions within the SDK and the product, now I know the reason. Thank you for the answer.
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steep-lamp-91158

05/12/2022, 8:14 PM
No problem 😉