Mark Rotteveel wrote :

Jaybird 2.2 currently supports Java 5 and up. When I planned Jaybird 2.3
(now 3.0), I was planning to continue to support Java 6 with Jaybird
3.0, and drop support with Jaybird 3.1. However I have decided to change
that decision.

Java 5 has been end of public updates since October 2009 and Java 6 has
been end of public updates since February 2013. Java 7 itself is end of
public updates since this month (April 2015). See the Oracle Java
End-Of-Life policy at:

Jaybird 3 is taking longer than I anticipated; I hope to have a beta
ready in Q3 2015, but this really depends on available time.

With this in mind, I have made the decision to make the following changes:

Starting with Jaybird 2.2.8, Jaybird 2.2 will no longer support Java 5,
and I will only release builds for Java 7 and Java 8 (I will maintain
Java 6 compatibility for the 2.2 branch, so people can compile their own
version if they really need it).

Jaybird 3.0 will *not* support Java 6. For the time being I plan to
support Java 7 and 8 (and probably also Java 9). Depending on the final
release date of Jaybird 3.0, Java 7 support might still be dropped.

Migration to github is done

Mark Rotteveel is updating links, documentation, etc.

Mark Rotteveel wrote on twitter :
Tested migration of Jaybird repository from sourceforge to github. Mapping users has some issues, but next week I will make the move.

The Lazarus team is glad to announce the release of Lazarus 1.4.

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SQLAlchemy release 1.0.1 is now available.

This is a quick bug-fix release that repairs several new regressions identified in the 1.0.0 release, not found during the beta period. All users of 1.0.0 are encouraged to upgrade to 1.0.1.

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New release with a small fix : Quote Firebird 2.1 reserved keywords.

Hello everyone!

We are pleased to announce the release of our “LCPI ADO.NET provider for OLE DB” which allows to create a professional solutions for Firebird!

Our .NET provider doesn’t force you to use ADO.NET as the exclusive access technology in application. You can use ADODB and work with OLEDB provider directly. Simultaneously!

You can use any .NET programming language and any programming language that supports COM or ActiveX. All at once!

And, of course, you can be sure in quality of this ADO.NET provider. We used TDD from beginning to end of development cycle.

Read the full text of press release here –

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 :

This new release includes the following improvements:

Support for Rails 4.2 landed in version 1.0

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