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RSS All releases tagged Major feature enhancements

  •  24 Oct 2003 23:11

Release Notes: A number of feature enhancements and code and documentation fixes were made, resulting in a few backwards incompatibilities. This release features much improved Postgres support, a new, simpler caching system, and many smaller changes.

  •  06 Apr 2003 12:44

Release Notes: This release adds several important features, including support for HAVING clauses, restrictions on outer joins, and the ability to track table and column renames across changes so that data is never lost when updating the database schema.

  •  17 Nov 2001 15:21

Release Notes: New potential rows, more scalable arbitrary queries, polished-up hooks, and some bugfixes.

  •  18 Oct 2001 18:13

Release Notes: This release contains new multi-machine syncing code, new hooks for Alzabo::MethodMaker, and bugfixes.

  •  10 Oct 2001 03:40

Release Notes: Graphs in the schema editor (via GraphViz), LRU caching, distinct results for joins, more documentation, and bugfixes added.

  •  25 Sep 2001 00:43

Release Notes: Foreign key syntax revamped (no more min/max), bugs in process fixed, and flexibility of joins expanded.

  •  02 Jul 2001 16:45

Release Notes: The big feature that was added for this release is that you can now use SQL functions like NOW() and LENGTH(Foo) transparently in your code, wherever they are appropriate.

  •  06 Jun 2001 18:59

Release Notes: This release contains a number of new features to increase usability and flexibility, and also plenty of bugfixes.

  •  24 Apr 2001 02:36

Release Notes: Performance enhancements, bugfixes, and some architecture changes.

  •  04 Feb 2001 04:53

Release Notes: Numerous enhancements including multiple column foreign keys, reworking of the caching system, and Alzabo::MethodMaker enhancements, plus the usual round of bugfixing and documentation improvements.

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