Monday, December 15, 2008

Did you like Npgsql? Send us a postcard!

Hi all!

Some time ago, a friend of mine, Horita, told me about a project whose owner asked people who liked his software to send him a postcard. I liked the idea and yesterday, while cooking the 2.0.2 release with Josh Cooley, I told him about this idea and he also liked it.

So, if you like Npgsql you can send us a postcard. Here are the addresses:

Josh Cooley
102 Boston Harbour Way
Madison, AL 35758

Francisco Figueiredo Jr.
QMSW 05 Lote 02 Bloco C Apto 116
Sudoeste - Brasilia - DF - Brazil
Zip Code: 70680-500

Thank you very much!

Npgsql 2.0.2 released!

Hi all!

Npgsql Development Team is proud to announce we just released Npgsql 2.0.2!

This release brings the usual bug fixes and minor improvements from previous release.

Here are the release notes:


Fix the fix for datetime.MinValue and MaxValue. Only MinValue was fixed. Now both Min and Max are fixed. Thanks Andrus Moor for heads up.(fxjr)
Fixed problem with parameter sizes and prepared statements.(fxjr)
[#1010488] NgsqlParameter of type containing DBNull values throws NullReferenceException
[#1010521] NpgsqlInterval should be quoted.
Datetime with negative values (thanks to Mathieu Fenniak ) and singular values such as "1 day"
[#1010495] Bad performance calling a (empty) function very often.

New additions:

Added documentation about how to use Npgsql with Provider Factory. Thanks Alaric for heads up.
Ensure refcursors work with System.Transactions. (Josh)

On this release, Josh Cooley fixed some bugs on Entity Framework support and System.Transactions.

For more information about those and other fixes, please, see our ChangeLog.

You can get it from our usual location:

Thank you Josh and everybody for all the help with this release.