MariaDB Connector/C 3.0.9 Release Notes
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Release date: 11 Feb 2019
This is a Stable (GA) release of the MariaDB Connector/C, formerly known as MariaDB Client Library for C.
For a description of this library see the MariaDB Connector/C page.
Notable Bug fixes
- CONC-384: Incorrect packet when a connection attribute name or value is equal to or greater than 251
- CONC-388: field->def_length is always set to 0 (only used by deprecated function mysql_list_fields).
- Getter should get and the setter should set CLIENT_CAN_HANDLE_EXPIRED_PASSWORDS (Thanls to Robert Bindar)
- Build system
- CONC-385: Removed some cmake system checks
- CONC-387: Fix case sensitive include file names for cross compiling
- Fixed cnake policy CMP007
- Support static linking auth plugins (Thanks to Inada Naoki)
- Remove pdb files from Windows Release build (Thanks to Inada Naoki)
- Fix build with deprecated OpenSSL API: replaced ERR_remove_state by ERR_remove_thread_state. (Thanks to Rosen Penev)
- Disable LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE suport by default and auto-enable it for the duration of one query, if the query string starts with the word "load". In all other cases the application should enable LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE support explicitly.
- Changed return code for mysql_optionv/mysql_get_optionv to 1 (was -1) and added CR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED error message if a option is unknown or not supported. This will fix possible error when setting connection attribute failed. (Thanks to Coray Hickey for providing this patch).
For a list of changes made in this release, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.
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