Release date: 6 Sep 2017
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- Revision #4e0b97ef - [misc] add developers information's since needed for sonatype
- Revision #9acdeece - bump 1.6.4 version
- Revision #a5b2f3e8 - [misc] remove unused access of @@sql_mode during connection time
- Revision #abba3989 - [misc] initialize read-ahead scheduler only if needed
- Revision #348d294f - [misc] avoid Unix domain socket multiple close and java code cleaning
- Revision #b8551cee - [misc] improving option "enablePacketDebug"
- Revision #ff8f116f - [misc] correction of possible race condition when multi threading on result set with fetch
- Revision #804871ba - [CONJ-514] ResultSet method wasNull() always return true after a call on a "null-date" field binary protocol handling
- Revision #b3915fd7 - [CONJ-514] ResultSet method wasNull() always return true after a call on a "null-date" field ("0000-00-00 00:00:00" for timestamp, "0000-00-00" for date , ...)
- Revision #9488fafe - [misc] correcting debug output when having offset
- Revision #43da82e8 - [CONJ-517] correcting result-set identification of OK_Packet with 0xFE header when using option useCompression
- Revision #f91a9727 - [misc] remove test that is effective 99% of the time (performance test) for better CI reliability
- Revision #8239945f - [misc] checkstyle correction
- Revision #89c1895f - bump 1.6.4-SNAPSHOT version
- Revision #2beeacdb - [CONJ-515] Improve MariaDB driver stability in case JNA errors from @oleg-alexeyev : https://github.com/MariaDB/mariadb-connector-j/pull/110
- Revision #aa65429d - [misc] failover loop correction
- Revision #6d854f47 - [misc] improve error message on setting erroneous parameter
- Revision #ca1cae5a - [misc] delete inaccurate list of developers in pom
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