Psycopg 2.5.3 Released

Posted by Daniele Varrazzo on May 13, 2014
Tagged as news, release

Psycopg 2.5.3 has been released. You can get it from:

This version contains several bug fixes over the previous release 2.5.2:

  • Work around pip issue #1630 making installation via pip -e git+url impossible (ticket #18).
  • Copy operations correctly set the cursor.rowcount attribute (ticket #180).
  • It is now possible to call get_transaction_status() on closed connections.
  • Fixed unsafe access to object names causing assertion failures in Python 3 debug builds (ticket #188).
  • Mark the connection closed if found broken on poll() (from ticket #192 discussion)
  • Fixed handling of dsn and closed attributes in connection subclasses failing to connect (from ticket #192 discussion).
  • Added arbitrary but stable order to Range objects, thanks to Chris Withers (ticket #193).
  • Avoid blocking async connections on connect (ticket #194). Thanks to Adam Petrovich for the bug report and diagnosis.
  • Don't segfault using poorly defined cursor subclasses which forgot to call the superclass init (ticket #195).
  • Mark the connection closed when a Socket connection is broken, as it happens for TCP connections instead (ticket #196).
  • Fixed overflow opening a lobject with an oid not fitting in a signed int (ticket #203).
  • Fixed handling of explicit default cursor_factory=None in connection.cursor() (ticket #210).
  • Fixed possible segfault in named cursors creation.
  • Fixed debug build on Windows, thanks to James Emerton.

Thank you very much to everybody helping with this release!

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