One more recording from the Berlin Conference:
PyFirebirdSql 1.1.3 is released with following changes:
- Code refactoring
- Drop python 2.6 & 3.4 support
- Fix parse decfloat value
- Srp256 is default authentication method
- Support timezone aware datatype
- Updated error messages
This talk done at Firebird Conference 2019 describes the current state of the v4 development and reviews its key features (new data types, Batch API, timezones). Dimitry Yemanov spoke about the future of Firebird development, including the updated release plan and expected post-v4 features. Review of upcoming features for Firebird 5
New release of the RedDatabase GUI management tool is available.
Based on Dmitry Yemanov’s talk in the Firebird International Conference in Berlin, we may expect Firebird 3.05 and Beta 2 of Firebird 4 to be released in the end of 2019. Firebird 4 RC1 should appear in the first quarter of 2020 and final release in the second quarter of 2020.