Release Notes: The ability to synchronize from a tag was added. Glitches in the wiki-like style were fixed.
Release Notes: Deltasql is more wiki-like, as anyone can edit a script. The history of editing is recorded as well. Administrators can retrieve deleted scripts. Improved rights management with bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release reenables the upgrade from production to development schema, which was disabled in 1.3.1 because some basic issues were found with the new algorithm in 1.3.0. The release is thoroughly tested.
Release Notes: Important fixes to the new synchronization algorithm delivered with 1.3.0.
Release Notes: This release ships with a brand new synchronization algorithm that handles branches of branches, tagging, and upgrading from production to development schemas.
Release Notes: The bash client is able to perform continuous database integration for Oracle, MySQL, and PostgreSQL. Deltasql server is able to export scripts each one in a numbered file, grouped together in a zip file for further use in autoupdater tools (like the ones available at www.dbdeploy.com). Deltasql server adds support for SQLite databases.
Release Notes: The error handling in the synchronization step was improved. Two new error types were added and one error did not show up due to a mistake in the code. Deletion scripts were revisited to leave the database consistent: in particular, delete Project and delete Module were not working properly. The layout on the initial page was changed.
Release Notes: The ability to submit scripts in a chain. A new deltasql client in bash script, which skilled people should be able to use for continous integration on database schema. Collection of usage statistics sent to deltasql.org if the user agrees. The manual and FAQ have been improved with additional sections/questions.
Release Notes: This maintenance release contains minor fixes based on community feedback.
Release Notes: An important fix was made in the install routines. Better error messages are shown if something goes wrong. The ability to set a default database type was added. A stored procedure was added for MS SQL server to verify that the script is executed on the correct database.