All releases of Ruby Dataquery Shell

  •  17 Dec 2002 10:19
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    Release Notes: This release rolls up bugfixes that were previously only available through CVS. Further development is currently on hold.

    •  17 May 2002 14:35
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      Release Notes: This is a total rewrite with only 15% of the code share left. It features total modularity (a frontend, plugins, outputs, and sources), new documentation, the beginnings of programmability (conditions and input/output), internal variables with 40 operations, Google/IMAP/Dict sources, hundreds of bugfixes, and BBCode usage.

      •  12 Mar 2002 20:55
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        Release Notes: Dozends of bugfixes were made, including some serious ones. Shortcuts/batches with parameters are now possible, allowing you to write mini-programs for frequently used database queries. Support for commit/rollback, an SQL output module, and more colored output were added. The documentation was updated. Beware that an Interbase/ADO fix was made in CVS.

        •  25 Feb 2002 17:29
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          Release Notes: The three stupid typos which broke everything were fixed.

          •  24 Feb 2002 16:54
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            Release Notes: Many serious bugs were fixed. New features include output coloring, table description, output redirection (file), piping (commands), and forwarding (to host:port) in specifiable format. Comfort enhancements were made, including the use of names instead of ID numbers. Shortcuts were enhanced with comments. Input batches, shellcommands, and manual updates are now possible. This release only supports Ruby version 1.7.x or higher (due to casting issues).

            •  18 Feb 2002 21:07
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              Release Notes: This release has many bugfixes, shortcut support, config file support, improved completion, independence from NQXML and REXML, more up-to-date documentation, and a watch command.

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