Release Notes: This release features a complete rewrite of the cache subsystem, with significant performance improvements as a result. There have also been several minor improvements and bugfixes throughout the code base.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of bugs throughout the library and contains updated provider libraries for MySQL, PostgreSQL, Firebird, and Sybase. Upgrading users should note that the namespace for TypedArrayItemBase has changed to Gentle.Framework. A preliminary provider library for DB2 was added.
Release Notes: This release features improved performance and better transaction support. Logging has been cleaned up and is now fully categorized. NullValue can now be used with Guids. There have been improvements to the Firebird, MySQL, and Oracle providers. There has also been a number of general bugfixes, improvements, and library updates.
Release Notes: This release improves error reporting, and contains more than 20 minor bugfixes throughout.
Release Notes: This release fixed a bug affecting reserved word handling and another affecting concurrency handling when using unnamed parameters.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of minor bugs and inconsistencies. There are also several minor improvements throughout, and the provider libraries have been updated to recent versions.
Release Notes: This release adds preliminary support for Sybase. Support for GUIDs in SQL Server and BLOBs in both MySQL and SQL Server was added. Firebird support has been vastly improved, and there are several of minor fixes throughout.
Release Notes: This release has specific fixes for Firebird and MS Access as well as a number of minor bugfixes and improvements throughout.
Release Notes: The release fixes a number of bugs affecting all users, as well as some specific issues for MySQL and PostgreSQL. Support for generating a DataView directly from an SQLResult was added. The database analyzer for SQL Server is now able to detect identity columns.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug introduced in 0.9.6 breaking all error reporting. Support was added for using SqlResults as In/NotIn constraint with SqlBuilder. There are various minor code cleanups and improvements.