Release Notes: This release added support for time values with a fractional seconds part, refactored the connection and protocol modules and created a new network module, added a MySQLConnection.reconnect() function, added descriptive error codes for both client and server errors, fixed various bugs, and more.
Release Notes: This release adds back support for Python v2.4, handles big packets, and supports compression and SSL.
Release Notes: Insert statements take advantage of multi-row syntax. A raw-cursor has been introduced, which fetches results without converting to Python types. The unit tests use their own bootstrapped MySQL server. Source code has been reorganized with a clear split of Python v2 and v3 code.
Release Notes: A critical fix for fetching big result sets.
Release Notes: Multiple statements are now supported, as well as multiple resultsets. An issue with getting big packets from MySQL was fixed. Overall performance improvements were made.
Release Notes: A memory leak when closing cursors has been fixed. Warnings can be raised as exceptions. Client flags are respected. There are some fixes around data type conversion.
Release Notes: A few problems around character sets and Unicode support were fixed.
Release Notes: This second development release adds support for Python v3.1.
Release Notes: This initial release should work on all systems with Python 2.4 or later, though not Py3K.