Monday, 22 September 2014

libAttachSQL now in Beta!

After three successful alpha releases I have today pushed up the last major feature prior to the 1.0 release of libAttachSQL.  Therefore v0.4.0 has been released today and is the first beta release.  I have been working on a few other things for HP's Advanced Technology Group hence why this is a little more delayed than I would like.  But I have made sure there is a lot of good things in this release.

The big new feature in this release is Server-side Prepared Statement support.  You now have the ability to prepare, execute and fetch the results for a prepared statement and the API for this is non-blocking as before.

Other things in this release are:

  • Compiler fixes for GCC 4.9, RedHat/CentOS 6.x and Python 3.x (Python is used for building the documentation)
  • Bug fixes for SSL and buffer issues
  • Much faster building on multi-core systems
In the next couple of weeks I'll write some blog posts on how to use this API as well as the rest of libAttachSQL.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Note: only a member of this blog may post a comment.