Firebird Project is happy to announce general availability of Firebird 3.0.7 — the latest point release in the Firebird 3.0 series.
This sub-release offers many bug fixes and also adds a few improvements, please refer to the Release Notes for the full list of changes.
Binary kits for Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Android platforms are immediately available for download.
All users of Firebird v3.0.6 are strongly encouraged to upgrade to v3.0.7 as soon as possible due to several serious bugs found in v3.0.6 and fixed in this point release.
Rust Firebird Client updated to v0.12.0 with : Named params support, statements without cursor and many other fixes
The firebird-driver package provides official Python Database API 2.0-compliant driver. In addition to the minimal feature set of the standard Python DB API, this driver also exposes the new (interface-based) client API introduced in Firebird 3, and number of additional extensions and enhancements for convenient use of Firebird RDBMS. The driver is written as pure-Python package (requires Python 3.8+) on top of Firebird client library (fbclient.so/dll) using ctypes. Driver supports Firebird version 3.0 and higher.
You can download this driver from PyPI or or install it using pip.
Please note, that FDB driver is now considered as legacy driver, and its development will be discontinued together with 2.5 once Firebird 4.0 will be released later this year.
The driver uses firebird-base package, which is a collection of modules that have general applicability, like extended configuration, context-driven logging and trace/audit, hooks, work with structured binary buffers, extended data structures etc. The driver uses almost all features provided by “base” package, but specifically the use of hook mechanism and context-driven logging and trace/audit are potentially the most valuable improvements.
The firebird-lib package provides extensions to the firebird-driver.
This package provides modules for:
- Work with Firebird database schema.
- Work with Firebird monitoring tables.
- Processing output from gstat Firebird utility.
- Processing Firebird server log.
- Processing output from Firebird server trace & audit sessions.
You can download this library from PyPI or or install it using pip.
New Flamerobin snapshot available! 0.9.3.4 with a few fixes and small features
Take a look, test and comment!
The driver is no longer beta, and is now considered as stable for Firebird 3.0 (support for Firebird 4 is still evolving till final release).
Documentation, both in code and separate (especially Usage Guide).
Added support for new FB4 data types in ARRAY fields.
Refactoring in driver hooks.
New Cursor.call_procedure() method.
Refactoring and fixes in Server and its services.
New Flamerobin snapshot available.
Increased Firebird 3 compatibility and a new dependency interface.
Take a look, test and comment.
Rust Firebird Client that Binds to official firebird client lib
The aim of these examples is to copy as closely as possible the equivalent C++ examples. The primary intention is to demonstrate how to make calls to the new Firebird OO API. For this reason they should not be considered examples of best practice.
Another alternative is MWA Software’s Firebird Pascal Interface https://www.mwasoftware.co.uk/fb-pascal-api