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DBD::Pg 2.0.0 release candidate available for testing

From: "Greg Sabino Mullane" <greg(at)turnstep(dot)com>
To: dbd-pg(at)perl(dot)org
Cc: dbi-dev(at)perl(dot)org, dbi-users(at)perl(dot)org, pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: DBD::Pg 2.0.0 release candidate available for testing
Date: 2008-01-16 04:21:07
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The first release candidate for the new version of DBD::Pg is 
now available for testing. This is a very major change from the 
current version (1.49), so if you are using DBD::Pg, it is highly 
recommended you test it out early and thoroughly, so we can iron 
out any problems before the final release.

Among the major changes are:

* Full support for arrays: Perl arrays are transformed to Postgres 
arrays automatically, and vice-versa.

* Asynchronous queries, which let's you start a query, go off and do 
other things, and check back to see if it has finished, and fetch the 
data when you are ready to. This also allows you to cancel running queries.

* The minimum supported version of Postgres is now 7.4.

* Experimental support for bind_param_inout().

The complete list is in the Changes file:

The tarball can be downloaded here:

SHA1 for this file:

ec9badc51a1a987215553e4e6fee0c0955cfa8b3  DBD-Pg-2.0.0_1.tar.gz

Please direct any DBD-Pg specific responses, or any other questions or bug 
reports, to dbd-pg(at)perl(dot)org(dot)

This version also implements three other major changes:

* Moved from gborg to

* Moved from cvs to subversion.

* Moved from two-part to three-part version numbers.

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Greg Sabino Mullane greg(at)turnstep(dot)com
End Point Corporation
PGP Key: 0x14964AC8 200801152251



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