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Re: Driver version numbers

From: Jon Erdman <postgresql(at)thewickedtribe(dot)net>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: Driver version numbers
Date: 2010-12-14 18:22:14
Message-ID: 4D07B5D6.2060402@thewickedtribe.net (view raw or flat)
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There's really no one that can explain this? I saw someone else asked
pretty much the same question around the same time and hasn't gotten any
answer.

I'm going to guess that the version numbers do correspond to the pg
version numbers, and that any new features available in that pg version
are supported in the corresponding odbc version...but what sort of
things does that constitute? Looking at the release announcement for the
09.00.xxxx driver didn't really give me any clues since it seemed to
only mention bug fixes.

Basically I just want to know if I should worry much about using
08.04.0200 to connect to 9.x.

On 12/08/2010 05:31 AM, Jon Erdman wrote:
> 
> IMHO this should go in the General section of the FAQ.
> 
> On 12/08/2010 05:20 AM, Jon Erdman wrote:
> 
>> Hi,
> 
>> Can someone explain the driver version numbers? Does their
>> correspondence to the Postgres version numbers mean anything, or is that
>> just coincidence?
> 
>> I'm considering moving from 8.4 to 9.0, and I'm wondering does that mean
>> that I should move all my clients to 09.00.xxxx driver? It seems to work
>> fine with 08.04.0200, but it has me curious...
> 
>> Please Cc me on the reply because I'm not subscribed to the list.

-- 
Jon Erdman (aka StuckMojo)
PostgreSQL Zealot

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