Release Notes: Numerous issues were fixed and a few minor improvements were made.
Release Notes: The primary goal for Firebird 2.5 was to establish the basics for a new threading architecture that is almost entirely common to the Superserver, Classic, and Embedded models, taking in lower level synchronization and thread safety generally. User management is accessible through SQL CREATE/ALTER/DROP USER statements, and syntaxes for ALTER VIEW and CREATE OR ALTER VIEW are implemented. PSQL improvements include the introduction of autonomous transactions and the ability to query another database via EXECUTE STATEMENT.
Release Notes: This is a patch release that comprises fixes to bugs that have been reported since the 2.1 release back in April.
Release Notes: This release has many interesting new features, like database triggers, temporary and monitoring tables, common table expressions, recursive queries, and dozens of new builtin functions.
Release Notes: This release addresses a few bugs and security issues that have turned up in the 11 months since 1.5.4.
Release Notes: This sub-release introduces a number of bugfixes done since the 2.0.1 release in March and a couple of important fixes to the withdrawn 2.0.2. It does not add any new functionality to the database engine.
Release Notes: This sub-release introduces a number of bugfixes added since the 2.0.1 release in March and a couple of important fixes to the withdrawn 2.0.2.
Release Notes: This release is close to being production-ready. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: There will definitely be an RC2 release as well, as the documentation is incomplete and some minor installation issues need to be solved. A few regressions were fixed.
Release Notes: This release represents a year of bugfixes. Minor enhancements were made, many back-ported from the Firebird 2.0 developments.