Release Notes: Pyrseas now supports the following additional DDL features: CASTs, CONSTRAINT TRIGGERs. CONVERSIONs, dynamically loaded C language functions, OPERATORs, OPERATOR CLASSes and OPERATOR FAMILies, and composite and base TYPEs. Other changes include a cleanup and enhancement of the documentation, removal of redundant methods, and the use of obj_description/col_description functions instead of querying pg_description directly.
Release Notes: This release changes the location of the system configuration file (config.yaml) so that it is accessible when installing via the Python installer (pip, as opposed to installing via "python setup.py install"). In addition, yamltodb output is now encoded using UTF-8 when writing to a file or pipe.
Release Notes: This release added support for Postgres 9.3, specifically EVENT TRIGGERs and MATERIALIZED VIEWs, CLUSTER, partial indexes, storage parameters in CREATE and ALTER TABLE, ALTER COLUMN SET STATISTICS, LEAKPROOF qualifier for FUNCTIONs, YAML multi-line string formatting for view definitions, and function source text and object comments. It also includes configuration files, multiple-file input or output, data export/import, a new dbaugment utility that consistently adds objects to existing databases, and a new interface to Postgres, inspired by *The Third Manifesto*.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release. It adds support for INSTEAD OF triggers on views; eliminates yamltodb generation of spurious REVOKE/GRANT commands; and removes setuptools from setup.py install_requires.
Release Notes: This release supports the following additional DDL features: EXTENSIONs, COLLATIONs, OWNER information, access privileges (GRANT and REVOKE), TABLESPACEs for tables, primary keys and indexes, MATCH attributes for foreign keys, ALTER composite TYPE ADD/DROP/RENAME ATTRIBUTE, ENUMs with no labels, UNLOGGED tables, and the CREATE FUNCTION SET configuration_parameter. It also support PostgreSQL 9.2.
Release Notes: This release supports the following additional DDL features: TEXTSEARCH parsers, dictionaries, configurations, and templates; FOREIGN DATA WRAPPERs, SERVERs, USER MAPPINGs, and FOREIGN TABLEs; a ROWS clause in set-returning functions; deferrable/deferred constraints; CATEGORY and PREFERRED clauses for TYPEs; a SORTOP clause for AGGREGATEs; HASHES and MERGES clauses for OPERATORs; and operator class qualifiers for INDEXes.