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  •  20 Feb 2009 09:47
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    Release Notes: This release fixes a few minor bugs in the XML parser.

    •  22 Jan 2009 18:42
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      Release Notes: The embedded libtar code has been embedded into the SPTK namespace. This allows it to avoid linker problems on some platforms. Several linkage problems on Linux and Solaris have been fixed.

      •  19 Jan 2009 14:33
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        Release Notes: This release fixes a memory leak in the XML parser.

        •  11 Nov 2008 11:08
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          Release Notes: Many fixes were made. The most important one was an exception thrown when calling PostgreSQL stored functions returning void. Now, when compiled with PostgreSQL 8.2 or later, the exception doesn't happen.

          •  15 Sep 2008 11:56
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            Release Notes: Direct support for MySQL 5 was added. Partial support for GTK themes is usable. Some bugs in the 64-bit version were fixed.

            •  19 Jun 2008 07:54
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              Release Notes: Changes were made to provide support for GCC 4.3.

              •  12 Jun 2008 12:33
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                Release Notes: The PostgreSQL driver was improved, giving up to a 24% speed increase. The sql2cpp utility and related things received a few minor fixes.

                •  05 May 2008 18:15
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                  Release Notes: This release introduces a new tool: sql2cpp. Sql2Cpp reads SQL scripts that create stored procedures and generates C++ source files. Every C++ source file defines a single class that corresponds to an SQL script file. Every method implements a single stored procedure call. Sql2Cpp tries to support strong type control of parameters and returned data. This is achieved by using classes for DB-specific types such as table and view records.

                  •  01 May 2008 13:17
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                    Release Notes: This release includes several fixes for the CSocket class. In CSocket::close(), the call of ::shutdown() was replaced with a call of ::close(). The call of ::shutdown() doesn't actually close the socket and doesn't release the socket descriptor. Several exceptions were added, which are thrown in case of errors in socket-related system calls.

                    •  29 Apr 2008 10:38
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                      Release Notes: Several new methods were added to the CVariant class: setExternalString(), setExternalBuffer(), and setExternalText(). The new methods allow you to assign an external memory object to CVariant without letting CVariant maintain the object's memory. The PostgreSQL driver was modified to use these methods to optimize fetch operations.

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