Release Notes: This release adds a new mode, new commands, command completion, additional redirectors, and various fixes.
Release Notes: New features include batch mode, connection as sysdba, and some minor convenience changes.
Release Notes: A new DESC method that is as fast as SQL*PLus, support for PL/SQL and external authentication, and many other enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Compatibility issues with the data dictionary in Oracle 7 have been fixed. Compound indexes are now ordered. Objects from other schemas no longer conflict . declare and end in will only match if on a blank line. '/' terminator will only match if at the end of a line. Edit temp file now appends '.sql' to the end for syntax highlighting. The SQLPATH environment variable is now used when searching for scripts. Terminal setup is now after script parsing, so that it will work when run under cron.
Release Notes: A fix for a bug where parentheses were matching improperly.
Release Notes: A bug where terminators wouldn't match if they were the next character after a quote character has been fixed.
Release Notes: Term::ReadLine::Perl support, a fix for a segfault when hitting up when history is empty, a fix for a bug when providing script names on command line, and rewriting the query parser to fix a bug caused by the multiple-queries-on-one-line feature that causes terminators such as ';' and '/' to match when in quotes. When hitting tab on a line starting with a '@' for scripts tab will complete filenames and not database objects, a fixed DB timeout when prompting for username and password, support for 'DECLARE' keyword, and sped-up startup time.
Release Notes: A typo in the error message for Term::ReadLine::Gnu and a crash when tab was hit at the username or password prompt have been fixed. -- has been added as a comment type. A case where comments in quotes would match has been fixed, and 'desc' has been fixed to also describe partitioned tables.
Release Notes: A bug where / would not rerun the last query has been fixed.
Release Notes: "Prototype mismatch" errors have been fixed, as well as a typo in the extended benchmarks.