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DBD::Pg version 2.19.1 released

From: "Greg Sabino Mullane" <greg(at)turnstep(dot)com>
To: dbd-pg(at)perl(dot)org, pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: DBD::Pg version 2.19.1 released
Date: 2012-03-11 23:00:37
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Version 2.19.1 of DBD::Pg, the Perl interface to PostgreSQL, 
has just been released. This (and 2.19.0) fixes some serious 
bugs, so upgrading is recommended for all users. You can 
find it at your local CPAN mirror, or at:

Checksums, MD5 and SHA1:

3a86ac826f5285003b87c6a8b225e0c4  DBD-Pg-2.19.1.tar.gz
0d0bd7daf2c24758716fbbde686e4d66cf81a206  DBD-Pg-2.19.1.tar.gz

Complete list of changes for 2.19.0 and 2.19.1:

  - Fix crash when passing in an array with undefined elements. [GSM]

  - Use proper formatting for warn() and croak() (CPAN bug #75642)
    [Niko Tyni]

  - Fix localized regex in test (CPAN bug #70759)

  - Fix for named placeholders (CPAN bug #70953) [Jan Pazdziora]

  - Various fixes to the array-marshalling code [Noah Misch, Mark 
    Stosberg, and David Christensen] (CPAN bug #58552)

  - Allow hi-bit chars in dollar-quoted identifiers 
    [David Christensen] (CPAN bug #73832)

  - Have do() return count for things such as CREATE TABLE .. AS SELECT
    Will only work on 9.0 or better. (CPAN bug #71073) [Pavel Stehule]

  - Better error message when trying to do things post-disconnect [GSM]

  - Always respect pg_server_prepare=0 by using PQexec not PQexecParams. [GSM]

  - Fix error in async docs (CPAN bug #72812)

  - Switch from subversion to git.
    git clone git:// [GSM]

- -- 
Greg Sabino Mullane greg(at)turnstep(dot)com
End Point Corporation
PGP Key: 0x14964AC8 201203111859



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