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2.01
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*issues*
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FIXD - runQuery and runInteraction needed ConnectionPool._error, which was
removed. Fixed.
2.0
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*issues*
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FIXD - Errback handling fixes
FIXD - Removed useless explicit conversion of integers to
NUMBER when no special formatting is done on them
FIXD - Exposed __int__, __float__ and friends in NUMBER
just in case a NUMBER instance is tossed to format()
FIXD - The above two fixes mean you can now do %03d style
formatting in format()
FIXD - A trailing semicolon can be included on execute()
commands now
FIXD - Added boolean support (thanks: Andrea Arcangeli)
*enhancements*
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- Experimental Unicode Support (thanks Matt Goodall)
- Unix socket support added (thanks Stephen Early)
- convertBinary function to get stored binary back out
of the database
1.15b
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*issues*
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FIXD - cleaned up a few circular references and added a gc.collect()
to the pool's prune() routine to remove memory leaking
FIXD - Made it so the second attempt to errback in runOperation is
ignored on exception in cases that the errback has already been
called
1.14b
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*issues*
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FIXD - fixed typo in runOperation, improved errback handling
FIXD - fixed a few concurrency issues, dropped connection handling
1.13b
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*enhancements*
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- Pool size control implemented
1.12b
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*issues*
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FIXD - added connect() method to ConnectionPool
1.11b
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*enhancements*
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- Transaction and ConnectionPool (adbapi compat) added
*issues*
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FIXD - protocol layer no longer calls back with stale transaction
status flag
1.10b
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*issues*
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FIXD - format() and execute() now take all pyformat argument
types, not just dicts
FIXD - closed connections handle failed query execution more
gracefully
1.9b
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*enhancements*
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- connection.cursor() is no longer deferred; you get your cursor object
immediately. Now, everything is queued, including before a real
connection is made to the db, and *no* callbacks are necessary unless
you care about a query response.
- pgasync knows the difference between "dirty" and "clean" transactions.
It will avoid issuing ROLLBACK when only selects have been done, and
similarly it will resume a select-only transaction across different
cursors to avoid a needless BEGIN
- connection.exFetch was implemented for convenience
1.8b
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*issues*
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FIXD - str, int, float, True/False, datetime instances returned from
fetch() queries instead of pgtypes
FIXD - date/time/timestamp handling corrected
FIXD - None passed to execute/exFetch results in NULL insertion
FIXD - Premature cursor release issues resolved; removed automatic
cursor release
FIXD - Simplified pgtypes for output-only usage; removed
stack inspection
1.7b
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*issues*
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FIXD - fetchone() was corrected to return values consistent
with the PEP
1.6b
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*issues*
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FIXD - STRING and BINARY types now inherit from str, not
types.StringType
1.5b
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*issues*
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FIXD - execute() now strips query when looking for SELECT
FIXD - params are optional to execute and exFetch
FIXD - docstrings reflect the new param style
1.4b
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*issues*
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FIXD - Changed references to imaginary 'pystyle' format
to 'pyformat'
FIXD - Changed execute/exFetch functions to accept a
dictionary instead of kwargs in compliance with
the DB API convention
1.3b
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*enhancements*
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- execute (and variants) can take a datetime.datetime now
as a format argument
*additions*
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- examples/wiki
*issues*
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FIXD - error handling is now corrected. addErrback/errback works
for all library deferred exceptions
FIXD - under high concurrency, release() is necessary to give the
cursor back to the pool.. so release() was implemented
1.2b
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*issues*
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FIXD - Old examples distributed instead of new
1.1b
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Note: connection.cursor() returns a Deferred now
*enhancements*
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- Query queues implemented. Slight performance increase, and much cleaner
API.
*removals*
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- adbapi compat layer.
*issues*
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FIXD - Problem with setup.py *always* requiring Pyrex (credit: Bob Ippolito)
1.0b
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*enhancements*
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- Change to twisted's deferreds
- adbapi wrapper
*issues*
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FIXD - string quote escape sequence was "\'", now it's "''"
3b
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*enhancements*
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- connect is now an instantaneous operation
- exFetch added to the fe.py.
2b
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*enhancements*
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- Simplified the net.py code b/c we're *only using byte count terminators;
moved it from my arraybuffer class to (c)StringIO. Faster now.
- Renamed cursor.conn to cursor.connection in compliance with optional
DB API 2.0 spec
*issues*
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FIXD - Hanging in C fixed when the move to cStringIO buffering happened
strings when things speed up, concurrency issues
FIXD - __del__ / gc wasn't happening because cursor._callbackInfo held a
reference
FIXD - cursor.rowcount reflects modifications on INSERT, UPDATE
FIXD - cursor 'none' error
FIXD - Ensure that the convert.c things work correcty on Linux, other systems
FIXD - Source documentation
FIXD - Callbacks need a queue, not just a var
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