Wednesday, November 10, 2010

sqlpython 1.7.2

sqlpython 1.7.2 has been released! Install it, pretend that your Oracle/PostgreSQL/MySQL database is a UNIX filesystem, and have a blast.

This release doesn't really add any new features. However, it does clean up the sluggishness in metadata operations (like ls and desc) and the major outright bugs that were making sqlpython frankly unusable for an embarrassing number of months.

Sorry for the wait! Hope you'll find the new sqlpython worth it. Functionality for PostgreSQL and MySQL are now fully-fledged, with some relatively minor exceptions (like image BLOB displays). Furthermore, my upcoming position guarantees that the sqlpython/PostgreSQL will get lots of love in coming months.

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