LibreOffice users around the world help developers to test new features and fix bugs before a new version is released. After the first and second Bug Hunting Sessions of LibreOffice 6.1, which were held on April 27th 2018 and May 28th 2018 respectively, we’re glad to announce the third Bug Hunting Session on July 6th – the last one before the release of LibreOffice 6.1!
LibreOffice 6.1 is due to be released in mid August with many new features described in the release notes and this is our last chance to test and find issues before its release.
In order to find, report and triage bugs, the tests during the Third Bug Hunting Session will be performed on the first Release Candidate version of LibreOffice 6.1, which will be available on the pre-releases server on the day of the event. Builds will be available for Linux (DEB and RPM), macOS and Windows.
Of course, hunting bugs will be possible also on other days, as the builds of this particular Release Candidate (LibreOffice 6.1.0 RC1) will be available until the end of July, when the second Release Candidate will be available.
With your help, we can make LibreOffice 6.1 the best release yet – thanks!
Upscene Productions is proud to announce version 2.0.1 of “Hopper”, a stored
routine debugger for InterBase, Firebird and MySQL.
This version includes support for Firebird 3 packages and stored functions,
MySQL diagnostic-statements, binary data in variables and much more.
For more information, check the Hopper page at our website.
Hopper is a stored routine debugging tool for MySQL, Firebird and InterBase. If you use
stored procedures on these database systems, Hopper will be a great tool for debugging
About Upscene Productions
Based in The Netherlands, Europe, this small but dedicated company has been providing
database developers with useful tools for over 15 years. Slowly expanding the product portfolio
and gaining recognition amongst InterBase and Firebird database developers, they now offer
tools for a whole range of database systems, including Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server.
Firebird high-level native client for Node.js / TypeScript updated to v0.0.1-beta.2 with a few changes:
Fixed crash after re-creating native client – #11
Moving to monorepo using lerna and yarn workspaces.
Fixed #2 – Throw an error when the client library is not loaded correctly.
Replace mocha and power-assert by jest.
Added appveyor.yml and build status.
Fix warning C4530 in Windows build.
Add node 10 to travis build matrix.
This webinar is devoted to memory usage in Firebird. In the first part of this webinar, we consider main memory types in operation systems, default distribution between them in Windows and Linux, and Firebird memory model.
If you’ve not seen usql before, it’s a universal command-line client for SQL databases , modeled on psql. usql makes it easy to work from the command-line, in a simple and consistent way across any database and on any platform (Windows, macOS, Linux). usql is written in Go, and provides things like syntax highlighting and compatibility with databases other than PostgreSQL
O 15º FDD acontecerá em Piracicaba – SP, no dia 18 de Agosto de 2018, e contará com a presença mais do que especial de Vlad Khorsun, um dos principais core developers do Firebird! Vlad é responsável pela implementação de alguns dos recursos mais interessantes e úteis do Firebird, como Execute Block, Global Temporary Tables, CTe – Common Table Expressions, além de aperfeiçoamentos no nBackup, execute statement, etc. Alexey Kovyazin, especialista em recuperação e otimização de bases de dados, estará mais uma vez presente além, é claro, de vários nomes da comunidade brasileira. A grade de palestras ainda não está completa, mas já é nítido que o assunto performance terá um grande foco nessa edição. Inscreva-se agora, garanta sua vaga e pague menos!