MariaDB Connector/Python 1.1.0 RC1 Release Notes

The most recent Stable (GA) release of MariaDB Connector/Python is:
MariaDB Connector/Python 1.0.11

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Release date: 7 Apr 2022

This is an rc release of the MariaDB Connector/Python.

Do not use non-stable (non-GA) releases in production!

For a description of this library see the MariaDB Connector/Python documentation .

MariaDB Connector/Python enables python programs to access MariaDB and MySQL databases, using an API which is compliant with the Python DB API 2.0 (PEP-249). It is written in C and uses MariaDB Connector/C client library for client server communication.

Notable changes

  • Added support for simple failover (Requires MariaDB Connector/C 3.3)
  • CONPY-184: Display status of objects in string representation (cursor, connection, pool)

Bug fixes

  • CONPY-88: Get additional information in fieldinfo: cursor->description() now contains 3 additional elements: table_name, orginal column name and original table name
  • CONPY-187: Fixed wrong detection of bulk capabilities
  • CONPY-188: If a connection or cursor is closed, an exception is returned whether a method or property of a closed object is called
  • CONPY-189: Fixed build with Visual Studio 2022
  • CONPY-178: If a cursor was not properly cleared (all results weren't fetched) the clear_result routine has to free result sets only if field_count > 0
  • CONPY-175: Allocate heap memory for string escaping

Installation

MariaDB Connector/Python 1.1.0-rc1 can be obtained from central python repository:

$ pip3 install --pre mariadb

Changelog

For a list of changes made in this release, with links to detailed information on each push, see the changelog.

Do not use non-stable (non-GA) releases in production!

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