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RELEASE: psycopg 2.4.5

From: Federico Di Gregorio <fog(at)dndg(dot)it>
To: psycopg ML <psycopg(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: RELEASE: psycopg 2.4.5
Date: 2012-03-28 21:30:23
Message-ID: 4F7382EF.4010301@dndg.it (view raw or flat)
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Hi all,

patches are flowing and Daniele is integrating them and fixing bugs. So
here I am to just make tarballs and release. Many thanks to everybody
thta contributed with bug reports and comments to this release. Download
from:

http://www.psycopg.org/psycopg/tarballs/PSYCOPG-2-4/psycopg2-2.4.5.tar.gz
http://www.psycopg.org/psycopg/tarballs/PSYCOPG-2-4/psycopg2-2.4.5.tar.gz.asc

As always an excerpt from the NEWS file follows.

Have fun,
federico


What's new in psycopg 2.4.5
---------------------------

  - The close() methods on connections and cursors don't raise
    exceptions
    if called on already closed objects.
  - Fixed fetchmany() with no argument in cursor subclasses
    (ticket #84).
  - Use lo_creat() instead of lo_create() when possible for better
    interaction with pgpool-II (ticket #88).
  - Error and its subclasses are picklable, useful for multiprocessing
    interaction (ticket #90).
  - Better efficiency and formatting of timezone offset objects thanks
    to Menno Smits (tickets #94, #95).
  - Fixed 'rownumber' during iteration on cursor subclasses.
    Regression introduced in 2.4.4 (ticket #100).
  - Added support for 'inet' arrays.
  - Fixed 'commit()' concurrency problem (ticket #103).
  - Codebase cleaned up using the GCC Python plugin's static analysis
    tool, which has revealed several unchecked return values, possible
    NULL dereferences, reference counting problems. Many thanks to David
    Malcolm for the useful tool and the assistance provided using it.


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