[DB-SIG] Sybase module 0.40pre2 released

Robert Boehne robertb at trdlnk.com
Thu Dec 8 20:46:15 CET 2011


  WHAT IS IT:
The Sybase module provides a Python interface to the Sybase relational
database system.  It supports all of the Python Database API, version
2.0 with extensions.  Please downolad, test and report any problems with 
the pre-release.

** This version is a pre-release not intended for production use **

The module is available here:

http://downloads.sourceforge.net/python-sybase/python-sybase-0.40pre2.tar.gz

The module home page is here:

http://python-sybase.sourceforge.net/

MAJOR CHANGES SINCE 0.40pre1:

Better support for building against Sybase 15 on Windows, UNIX/Linux and 
64-bit platforms.

MAJOR CHANGES SINCE 0.39:

Modify the DateTimeAsPython output conversion to return None when NULL 
is output
support for Python without threads
Ignore additional non-error codes from Sybase (1918 and 11932)
Use outputmap in bulkcopy mode (thanks to patch by Cyrille Froehlich)
Raise exception when opening a cursor on a closed connection
Added unit tests
Added new exception DeadLockError when Sybase is in a deadlock situation
Add command properties CS_STICKY_BINDS and CS_HAVE_BINDS
Added support for inputmap in bulkcopy
reuse command and cursor when calling cursor.execute with same request
Use ct_setparam to define ct_cursor parameters types instead of ct_param
implicit conversion for CS_DATE_TYPE in CS_DATETIME_TYPE DataBuf
Adding ct_cmd_props wrapper
Increase DataBuf maxlength for params of a request when using 
CS_CHAR_TYPE params so that the buf can be reused

BUGS CORRECTED SINCE 0.39:

Corrected money type when using CS_MONEY4 (close bug 2615821)
Corrected thread locking in ct_cmd_props (thanks to patch by Cyrille 
Froehlich)
Corrected bug in type mapping in callproc (thanks to report by Skip 
Montanaro)
Correct passing None in a DataBuf (thanks to patch by Bram Kuijvenhoven)

The full ChangeLog is here:

https://python-sybase.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/python-sybase/tags/r0_40pre2/ChangeLog



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