MLEHMANN / AnyEvent-DBI-2.3 / Changes

Revision history for AnyEvent::DBI

2.3  Tue Apr  2 02:59:12 CEST 2013
	- fix begin_work, commit and rollback, that were broken due
          to a precedence problem (analyzed by Jerry Lundström).
        - slightly improve tests.

2.2  Thu May 17 04:13:27 CEST 2012
	- timeouts didn't trigger (Adam Rosenstein).
        - do not leave zombie processes (Adam Rosenstein).

2.1  Sat Oct 30 22:22:05 CEST 2010
	- no longer kill -9 the child, just kill -TERM and close the connection,
          to avoid database corruption - this also works around a perl bug
          (global destruction).
	- convert to the faster AE API - major speedup.
        - use common::sense.

2.0  Mon Jun 29 10:18:58 CEST 2009
	- INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: callbacks now are passed the $dbh
          as first argument, always.
        - INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: really pass rv as third argument to exec
          callbacks, as documented but not implemented for 1.1.
        - thanks to viacheslav.t for testing.
	- major patch by Adam Rosenstein:
        - add an on_connect callback (for reliable failure notification)
        - add timeouts to connect and exec.
        - reaps server processes if you undef your AE::DBI handle and keep
          running.
        - option to start the server via exec, otherwise try to emulate
          close-on-exec behavior.
        - add the begin_work/commit/rollback methods required to actually use
          transactions.
        - add accessors for database handle attibutes such as AutoCommit,
          RaiseError, etc.
        - add support for the func() method to interact directly with a driver.
        - add more/real tests.

1.1  Sat Dec 20 22:28:11 CET 2008
	- INCOMPATIBLE CHANGE: pass result value in place of %extra
          to callbacks.
	- do not call fetchrow_arrayref on non-select statements.
        - do not die on non-fatal errors, unless there is no error callback
          (reported by Adam Rosenstein).

1.0  Mon Jun  9 16:27:36 CEST 2008
	- original version, an AnyEvent::HTTP clone.



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