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DBD::Pg version 1.41 released

From: "Greg Sabino Mullane" <greg(at)turnstep(dot)com>
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Subject: DBD::Pg version 1.41 released
Date: 2005-04-08 01:43:32
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Version 1.41 of DBD::Pg, the PostgreSQL database driver for the DBI
module, has been released. This version is primarily a bug fix for
1.40: if you are using that version (or less), you are highly
encouraged to upgrade. COPY support has been overhauled in 1.41, and
now uses the version 3 protocol when possible. Support for savepoints
is now enabled through the use of three new database methods:
pg_savepoint(), pg_rollback_to(), and pg_release(). Please see the
documentation for detailed help on these methods, and read the
"Changes" file for a complete list of recent changes.

DBD:Pg version 1.41 can be found on CPAN:
Any and all questions are welcome on the DBD::Pg mailing list:

Checksums (sha1 and md5) for the tarball:
19bee3f504cc79118f8085e8b46b03ffe4168590  DBD-Pg-1.41.tar.gz
3f58b53877954f5a07a08e64f6a67287  DBD-Pg-1.41.tar.gz

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