This release works with unpatched versions of ZODB 3.9! A big thank-you to Jim Fulton for including support for RelStorage in ZODB. This release also continues to support patched versions of ZODB 3.7 and 3.8.
I have been doing a lot of testing, and I have found MySQL 5.1.34 to be a lot more stable than earlier releases of MySQL 5.1, so I am now declaring MySQL 5.1.34 and above supportable, meaning that if you ask questions about it, I am no longer going to request that you revert to MySQL 5.0. 🙂
Finally, I recently expanded my private RelStorage Buildbot to include a Windows XP slave. After solving a couple of minor test glitches, the test results are now all consistently green on 4 platforms:
- Debian Etch, 32 bit (Python 2.4.4, MySQL 5.0.32, PostgreSQL 8.1.17, Oracle 10g XE)
- Debian Lenny, 32 bit (Python 2.5.2, MySQL 5.0.51a, PostgreSQL 8.3.7, Oracle 10g XE)
- Debian Lenny, 64 bit (same as above but no Oracle)
- Windows XP, 32 bit (Python 2.6.2, MySQL 5.1.34, PostgreSQL 8.3.7)
I’m thinking about adding another Linux slave that runs MySQL 5.1 and Python 2.6.
Anyway, enjoy the release!
P.S. You may be wondering why I released 1.2.0b2 instead of 1.2.0b1. A little slip ruined the web page on PyPI, so I fixed the slip and skipped to the next version number.