Release Notes: This version contains many corrections and small improvements.
Release Notes: Minor bugs that were found in 1.0.3 were fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes many documentation fixes, as well as many fixes in the C API needed for the Python bindings, and many other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds leak and crash fixes, some more HIG-ization (GNOME Human Interface Guidelines), and fixes for build and packaging problems.
Release Notes: A fix for the aggregates schema query in the PostgreSQL provider, and some new translations.
Release Notes: An important fix that was preventing some people to build the tarball, as well as all the necessary changes for version-based directories for source files, so that both the GNOME 1.x and GNOME 2.0 versions can be installed at the same time.
Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes, especially in the tarball compilation, which was giving lots of problems on some systems. There are also a few UI tweaks.
Release Notes: Major low-level changes due to the switch from plain CORBA to a Bonobo-based framework, many bugfixes, and the special inclusion of gASQL as part of the GNOME-DB project.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for important bugs found in 0.2.9.
Release Notes: This release is a big step for the general usability of GNOME-DB/libgda, with new features and a new look and feel. Note that this is the first release of GNOME-DB/libgda to be ready for end users. However, not everything is complete yet. These things will be completed in subsequent preview releases (0.2.x), and everything will be hopefully working in 0.3.0.