MariaDB Connector/Node.js 2.4.1 Changelog
Release date: 2 Jul 2020
For the highlights of this release, see the release notes.
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- Revision #38c49b1 Merge branch 'release/2.4.1'
- Revision #f4e8ed5 [misc] set skysql test as allowed failure
- Revision #f7a95b9 Bump 2.4.1
- Revision #783f792 [misc] test improvement for slow VM
- Revision #6e569f8 [misc] update appveyor testing latest release. removing deprecated 5.5 version
- Revision #b2d7e2a Merge branch 'pull/118' into develop
- Revision #4df6a96 [misc] improve test reliability
- Revision #5ac2db6 [CONJS-139] createConnection(string)` does not support URL-encoded credentials #115
- Revision #27f2070 [misc] test reliability improvement Docker use focal for MariaDB 10.3 and 10.4, and default to support TLS1.2 minimum version. TLSv1 and TLSv1.1 test are changed to take c ase of those changes.
- Revision #1a08e78 [misc] correcting test for server that don't support TLSv1.1 anymore
- Revision #5f1341e [CONJS-138] pool.getConnection() might not timeout even with acquireTimeout set #116 Pool option `acquireTimeout` ensure that pool.getConnection() throw an error if there is no available connection after this timeout is reached.
- Revision #8f32c88 [misc] correcting ssl test for TLSv1 and mariadb 10.3+
- Revision #e78a5ad [misc] correcting SSL test
- Revision #b23caeb [CONJS-141] set default value of option `restoreNodeTimeout` to 1000.
- Revision #7629e49 [CONJS-140] eslint correction
- Revision #0c70e88 Support passing null values in array when doing queries
- Revision #7291295 [CONJS-137] fix unstable resultset state when having 'duplicate field name' error #113
- Revision #cda6634 [misc] node.js 14 test skipping not compatible node-gyp
- Revision #ae75e2c [misc] node.js 14 test addition
- Revision #fdc486d [misc] changelog update
- Revision #e4faf11 Merge tag '2.4.0' into develop
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