Quartz.NET 3.0 Alpha 1 Released
This is the first alpha release from the long-awaited v3 branch. This is a big overhaul (and still in progress). Internals are being modernized whilst still trying to keep sane upgrade path.
A big thank you goes to Mike Rousos who really made it possible to get Quartz.NET working on .NET Core. Daniel Marbach also contributed a lot with ideas and code to async side. And of course never forgetting the community members that have provided feedback and fixes.
Please see the migration guide that is a work in progess.
Use at your own risk, might not be that production ready yet
What does alpha mean?
- All existing (and new) tests passing
- Cheese might still get moved, alpha means that APIs can change, features can come and go
- Task based jobs with async/await support, internals work in async/await manner
- Support .NET Core / netstandard 1.3
- Separate NuGet package Quartz.Serialization.Json to enable JSON based AdoJobStore serialization (no binary serialization available in .NET Core)
- Common.Logging removed from dependencies
- C5 Collections removed from ILMerge process, no longer needed
- .NET 4.5/netstandard1.3 required
- SimpleThreadPool is gone, old owned threads are gone
- Scheduler methods have been changed to be Task based, remember to await them
- IJob interface now returns a task
- Some IList properties have been changed to IReadOnlyList to properly reflect intent
- SQL Server CE support has been dropped
- DailyCalendar uses now datetimes for excluded dates and has ISet interface to access them
- IObjectSerializer has new method, void Initialize(), that has to be implemented
- IInterruptableJob removed in favor of context’s CancellationToken
- Issues with time zone ids between Windows and Linux, they use different ids for the same zone
- No remoting support
- Documentation lacking
Check NuGet for pre-release packages.