News and announcements
The latest version of the Libdrizzle Redux series of Libdrizzle has been released! Changes in this version:
This is mostly a bug fix release with several important changes:
* Non-blocking Windows connections are now more stable
* Improvements to Windows building
* Unix Socket connections are now more stable
* Memory allocation/freeing has been greatly improved
* Network packet buffer now much more flexible
* Many performance improvements (bundled drizzle_binlogs tool is now around 10x faster on my i7 laptop)
* drizzle_query_str() has been removed, drizzle_query() with a 0 byte length parameter now does the same thing.
I will be at FOSDEM 2013 speaking about Libdrizzle in the MySQL dev room. I look forward to seeing you all there!
5.1.0 has been released today
This release has massive improvements on the API and build system, including:
* An example binlog client
* An improved binlog API
* A new prepared statement API
* CMake replaced with DDM4 (a makefile based build system)
* Many bug fixes
The first alpha of our new connector for MySQL servers has been released called Libdrizzle Redux.
The differences between this and the older Libdrizzle are:
* The server-side functionality has been removed, it no longer acts as both a client and server API.
* The Drizzle prototype library functions have been removed. It now only talks to MySQL compatible servers.
* API functions have been simplified. In Libdrizzle there was a big confusion over whether the application or library should be doing the allocation and freeing of objects. It is now less ambiguous.
* New binlog API added. The library can now connect as a slave or mysqlbinlog client and retrieve binlog events.
With many more cool features to come in future versions.
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