MySQL Connector/Python 0.1.4-devel available
Next development release 0.1.4 of MySQL Connector/Python is now available for download. This will be the last in the 0.1-series as we move on to 0.2. The aim is to release more often to get to v1.0. Hurray!
- Reading from network was broken for bigger packages.
- Reimplementing protocol.MySQLProtocol marking simpler and easier to maintain.
- It is now possible to send multiple statements to MySQL using MySQLCursor.execute(). The results are accessible by calling the method next_resultset().
- MySQLCursor.callproc() will now store all result sets as a MySQLCursorBuffered. They are accessible using the next_proc_resultset() method. The result of the stored procedure is returned by callproc() itself as defined by PEP249.
- MySQL DATETIME conversion to Python datetime.datetime is now much faster.
- Some overall performance improvements.
- Copyright notice changes.
About MySQL Connector/Python: MySQL Connector/Python is implementing the MySQL Client/Server protocol completely in Python. No MySQL libraries are needed, and no compilation is necessary to run this Python DB API v2.0 compliant driver. It is compatible with Python v2.5 and later as well as Python v3.1 and later.