[Zope-Annce] [ANNOUNCEMENT] MySQLdb-0.1.3 released
Wed, 8 Mar 2000 19:03:30 -0500 (EST)
MySQLdb-0.1.3 has been released. You can find it at:
Amazingly, MySQLdb-0.1.2 is the most-clicked item in the Vaults of
Parnassus, beating out more interesting things like Numerical Python,
wxWindows, Gadfly, and Zope (I'm touched :):
- Core dump on exit under certain conditions (probably only when
using executeXXX() on dictionaries) seems to be fixed.
- cursor.fetchXXXDict() methods added for backwards-compatibility with
MySQLmodule (plus some people think it's cool to have).
Zope smokers: You _probably_ don't need this upgrade, either; I don't
think the bug ever affected the ZMySQLDA (it was in a function not used by
ZMySQLDA), and the new fetchXXXDict() stuff seems unlikely to be used by
it. Although, it's got me thinking about adding a describe_Zope() method
that returns the items dictionary that gets built up; that might provide a
modest improvement in speed. Let me know if you use this and think you
need more speed; would help most on queries with many columns and few
rows. But, I don't really want to maintain ZMySQLDA, as I don't really
have time to be a hard-core Zope smoker; hopefully Mike P. or someone at
DC will incorporate this as a separate release of ZMySQLDA (maybe v2?)
Thanks to Elliot Lee who originally pointed out the core dump bug, and
Scott Parish who helped me test the fix out.
Author: Andy Dustman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
0.1.3</A> - interface to MySQL-3.22 (08-Mar-2000)
andy dustman | programmer/analyst | comstar.net, inc.
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