The Lazarus team is glad to announce the release of Lazarus 1.2.6.

This release was built with fpc 2.6.4.

Here is the list of changes for Lazarus and Free Pascal:
http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org
http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/Lazarus_1.2_fixes_branch#Fixes_for_1.2.6_.28Merged.29
http://wiki.lazarus.freepascal.org/User_Changes_2.6.4

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Firebird driver become Ole Db .Net Provider

We are pleased to announce the second release candidate of our .NET Data Provider for interaction with Firebird and Interbase via IBProvider. By now, we have implemented all the functionality of System.Data.OleDb.

If you want to transfer your .NET projects for FB/IB to the new level of functionality and quality, we recommend you to start using «LCPI .NET Data Provider for OLE DB».

Just look of this DDEX screenshot:

You can get more screenshots and download Ole Db .Net Provider for access to any Interbase or any Firebird database from ADO.Net here: OleDb .Net driver for Firebird >>>

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New version v0.2.0 supports

  • added auto-reconnect
  • added sequentially selects
  • events (attach, detach, row, result, transaction, commit, rollback, error, etc.)
  • performance improvements
  • supports inserting/updating buffers and streams
  • reading blobs (sequentially)
  • pooling
  • database.detach() waits for last command
  • better unit-test
  • best of use with total.js – web application framework for node.js

Many thanks to Peter Širka for his contributions to this release

 

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The source code of Firebird 3.0 Beta 1 is now tagged, meaning that we can expect the beta 1 release to be available very soon.

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For this howto you will need to have firebird development package already installed on the system and also Qt 5.3.

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Microtec is pleased to announce a new release of our database replication engine, CopyCat Developer !

CopyCat Developer is a set of Delphi / C++Builder components providing customizable replication for Firebird, Interbase, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL, NexusDB, SQLite, PostgreSQL and Oracle, including heteogenous replication between different database types.

Have a look at our site for more information : http://www.copycat.fr

This new release includes the following improvements:

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Adriano wrote on Firebird-devel and twitter :

I put in my github account the first version of cloop – Cross Language
Object Oriented Programming.
https://github.com/asfernandes/cloop

This first version is limited to void and int datatypes, supports C, C++
and Free Pascal, and the makefile works only in POSIX.

Some files in src/tests/test1 are autogenerated. They are flag as this
in their first line.

Tests consists of three (one for each language) executable and three
libraries as well.

The executable is the consumer test part and receives a parameter with
the library name of the supplier test part, so we can test any
combination of C/C++/Pascal as consumer/supplier. Examples:

./output/debug/bin/test1-pascal output/debug/bin/test1-pascal.so
./output/debug/bin/test1-c output/debug/bin/test1-pascal.so
./output/debug/bin/test1-cpp output/debug/bin/test1-pascal.so

./output/debug/bin/test1-cpp output/debug/bin/test1-c.so

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 wrote on linkedin Firebird group :

We started series of mini-interviews with Firebird Conference 2014 speakers:
Ann Harrison: http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/news/mini-interview-with-ann-w-harrison-53224/
Paul Reeves: http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/news/mini-interview-with-paul-reeves-53229/
Mark Rotteveel: http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/news/mini-interview-about-firebird-conference-2014-with-mark-rotteveel-53233/

Stay tuned for more interviews!
Don’t miss the last chance to register at Firebird event of the year: Prague, October 24-25: http://www.firebirdsql.org/en/firebird-conference-2014/

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Today’s guest is Mark Rotteveel, developer of JayBird, Firebird JDBC driver, and speaker at Firebird Conference 2014.

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Firebird truncates decimal places when dividing, rather than rounding. Furthermore, it bases the number of decimal points in the returned value on the number of decimal places in the numerator and denominator.

Why is Firebird truncating instead of rounding? And why does it base the returned value on the number of decimal places in the query?

Here is the answer to the Question on StackOverflow

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