The Npgsql Development Team is proud to announce the Npgsql2 2.0.6 release!
Npgsql is a .Net Data provider written 100% in C# which allows .net
programs to talk to postgresql backends. Npgsql is licensed under BSD.
More info can be obtained from http://www.npgsql.org
This release is a minor bug fix for the stable 2.0 series.
The biggest highlights are:
This build should fix the problems people is having with long
running queries being cancelled even when the developer sets a high
Thanks Adriaan, Npgsql now performs function checks much faster
on setups which have too many functions as now Npgsql sends a query
which allows server to use indexes to find the function.
Josh Cooley added fixes to some culture sensible queries. He
also fixed problems with unions and NULL values in columns
Visual Studio Designer support (not working right now)
Josh Cooley started to add visual studio designer support to
Npgsql. It is not working yet. We are using excellent Robert Simpson's
sqlite provider code as a base to ours. Thank you Robert!
You can see full changelog and release notes here:
You can dowload it from here: http://downloads.npgsql.org
Thank you to Josh Cooley for all his help with entity framework support!
Thank you to all who sent feedbacks, suggestions and patches.
You helped to make this release.
Please, feel free to give it a try and let us know if you find any
Also, if you like Npgsql and want to show how much you like it, send
us a postcard!
Francisco Figueiredo Jr.
Npgsql Lead Developer
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