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Release Notes: This release begins the fourth major series of releases of the Midgard2 content repository. Midgard2 is a library that can be used with both Web and desktop applications, and which is available to many popular development platforms including PHP, Node.js, Python, and Ruby. The Gjallarhorn series focuses on two areas: Asynchronous I/O operations with the content repository; and Enabling easy migration from the Midgard1 content repository series.

  •  14 Jun 2012 23:44

    Release Notes: This release adds support for libgda-5.0, makes Libgda-5.0 threads configurable in MidgardConfig, and fixes a SqlQuerySelectData constraint bug.

    •  06 Mar 2012 22:22

      Release Notes: New query interfaces. Improved PostgreSQL functionality. Many major GIR corrections. Minor bugfixes. PHP 5.4 support in the PHP extension.

      •  03 Nov 2011 07:40

      Release Notes: This release added Workspaces, new Validable and Executable interfaces, a save() method in MidgardObject, a MidgardRepligard class, support for abstract classes, interfaces, and mixins, new methods in reflector classes, MidgardView bugfixes and improvements, and other major bug fixes.

      •  01 Mar 2011 14:43

      Release Notes: MidgardUser memory leaks were fixed. SQL prepared statements memory leaks were fixed. Other major memory leaks were fixed. The MidgardConnection singleton was improved. The property handling routines were improved.

      •  08 Feb 2011 13:51

      Release Notes: The LDAP authentication type was added. New signals were added to QueryExecutor. Support was added for metadata in views. RDF mapping was added for selected base classes. The delete operation was improved for classes without metadata. Performance of SQL UPDATE queries was improved. QuerySelect bugs were fixed. Memory leaks in QuerySelect were fixed. Generated SQL queries were fixed. A GMainLoop wrapper was added. The midgard_connection reopen method was added. The midgard_object derived class' constructor was improved. Metadata property bugs were fixed.

      •  16 Dec 2010 22:19

        Release Notes: This is a technology preview of the third generation of the Midgard Content Repository. It is released to allow developers to gain familiarity with the upcoming Midgard storage APIs and RDF storage. It is available as a GObject-oriented C library with language bindings for multiple languages including Python, JavaScript, Scheme, and Java through GObject Introspection. Content managed in MidgardCR can be stored in multiple relational databases supported by the GNOME Database Abstraction Library. Databases tested with MidgardCR include SQLite, MySQL, and PostgreSQL.

        •  14 Dec 2010 14:03

        Release Notes: A duplicate object returned from QuerySelect was fixed. Boolean property values set by QueryBuilder were fixed. UPDATE SQL queries were improved. Views related SQL queries were fixed. SQL queries generated by QuerySelect were fixed. Memory leaks in PHP bindings were fixed. A crash in reflection property class in PHP bindings was fixed.

        •  22 Jun 2010 16:52

        Release Notes: Major fixes were made in the new MidgardQuery classes. Many improvements were made for GObject introspection. Critical issues were fixed in MidgardView generation. MidgardQuery classes has been implemented in PHP and Python bindings. The installer for Midgard Runtime was improved. The midgard_dbus class is available in the PHP bindings only if the core is built with DBus support. A crash related to datetime in Python bindings was fixed.

        •  22 Jun 2010 13:04

        Release Notes: Multilang queries were rewritten. Crashes were fixed. Major MidCOM admin and style issues were fixed. Midgard internal features are now optional for better performance tunning. Many bugfixes and feature enhancements were made.


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