Release Notes: This release includes a large collection of long-awaited enhancements that significantly improve performance and security, and has some desirable new SQL language features.
Release Notes: This release addresses a few bugs and security issues that have turned up in the 11 months since 1.5.4.
Release Notes: This sub-release introduces a number of bugfixes done since the 2.0.1 release in March and a couple of important fixes to the withdrawn 2.0.2. It does not add any new functionality to the database engine.
Release Notes: This version adds no new features, but provides a large number of bugfixes and a few improvements. It is highly recommended that version 2.0 installations be upgraded to get the benefits of these.
Release Notes: New features include global temporary tables, common table expressions, domains in procedures, a new replace/merge command, and statement cancellation. This release should not be used in production environments.
Release Notes: This sub-release introduces a number of bugfixes added since the 2.0.1 release in March and a couple of important fixes to the withdrawn 2.0.2.
Release Notes: Several limitations that were inherited from the legacy code have been removed. 64-bit platforms (AMD64 and Intel) are supported. A new interface was added for plugging in international character sets, including enhanced Unicode support.
Release Notes: This release is close to being production-ready. Various bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This version is close to being production-ready (gold).
Release Notes: There will definitely be an RC2 release as well, as the documentation is incomplete and some minor installation issues need to be solved. A few regressions were fixed.