Articles from Federico Di Gregorio
Daniele stacked another round of fixes on the devel branch, so it is time for another release. So, as always, kudos to Daniele and here are the direct download links:
Release notes attached, as always. And al always, have fun,
this is probably one of the best psycopg releases ever. Daniele, Jason and all the others that sent patches did an impressive work to have psycopg build and work flawlessy on all the supported platforms (well.. we can probably do a little bit better on MacOS but everything else is almost perfect). So here it is (followed by NEWS excerpt, as always):
me and Daniele, we just went through his series of patches (a loooot of patches) and we're ready to release a beta version of the new psycopg. Apart the usual changes and enhancements (detailed below) this is the first version that supports Python 3 (thanks to, guess who? :)
lately my involvment on psycopg has been quite small (work and other projects are taking their toll) but thanks to Daniele (with some help from Jan) here is a new psycopg2 release. The number of changes is big (an excerpt from the NEWS file is at the end, as always) so we decided to bump up the version to 2.3.0 and to test, and test... and test. We tested this new release on Linux and Windows, with Python 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 2.7 and on PostgreSQL from 7.4 to 9.0.
summer release! Just bugfixes, this time. Get it from:
repeat with me:
for x in xrange(1000): print "Always check it build on windows!"
but thank to Jason Erickson here is 2.2.1 that DO build on windows. :) No excerpt this time, it's a single liner, but here are the URLs:
With many thanks to all the contributors here it is, psycopg 2.2.0:
From this release on I'll also provide "stable" URLs to the last available version; so you can download psycopg 2.0 or 2.2 from:
As always, an excerpt from the NEWS file follows.