August 30th, 2010 | Published in Google App Engine
Last week we announced our 1.3.6 release with lots of new, exciting features to try out. After it was released, developers dug into all the new functional and discovered a pair of issues that required a quick fix. Today we are releasing version 1.3.7 of the SDK in both Java and Python to fix two issues that shipped with last week’s release 1.3.6.
The first issue was with the Python SDK, which was missing the functionality to assign a namespace based on the Google Apps domain. With this release the function google_apps_namespace() should exist and function as documented.
The second issue we fixed was with the Java SDK. The getServingUrl() function for the new dynamic image resizing service was throwing a SecurityException in the SDK. This issue has now been fixed and this function should work as expected.
Thank you to all the people who reported these issues. Please visit the download page to get the new version of the SDK.