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Pysql 0.13 is out !

Pysql 0.13 is a bugfix release. Lots of minor bugfixes : Sql text is no more truncated in session summary. Restore terminal name at exit. Better support of AIX 5.3 and cx_Oracle 5.
More unit tests. Add missing translations.

Posted by Sebastien  Renard 2009-02-15

Pysql 0.12 is released !

We are very pleased to release Pysql 0.12 ! After some month of sleeping, Pysql strikes back. Lots of new features and major bugfixes. Use it, have fun and make feedback !
Pysql aims to be a powerfull CLI for Oracle without hassle.

Posted by Sebastien  Renard 2009-01-26

pysql revival

Pysql dev is restarted after some month of happy hacking of other projet.

A snapshot preview is available here :
https://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=211236&package_id=253791&release_id=647166

Most significant changes for now are a new parser (mostly used for graphics functions), better and cleaner unicode and database encoding handling. And some bug squashing of course.... read more

Posted by Sebastien  Renard 2008-12-14

PySQL 0.11 released !

We are very please to announce PySQL 0.11 ! Package (Slackware, Mandriva/Fedora/RedHat/SuSe and Windows) available !

Posted by Sebastien  Renard 2007-12-15

Move to SourceForge

PySQL developers (Sébastien Delcros and Sébastien Renard) have decided to move PySQL development to SourceForge in order to open it to new developers.
Every python developers are invited to participate. However, it is recommended, but not mandatory, that your first name is "Sébastien" ;-)

Posted by Sebastien  Renard 2007-12-02