News and Updates

SQLAlchemy 1.1.4 Released


SQLAlchemy release 1.1.4 is now available.

Release 1.1.4 includes a variety of bug fixes, some backported to the 1.0 series and others which repair minor regressions in the 1.1 series. There is also an important fix to the new Postgresql ON CONFLICT feature, as well as a new feature allowing server side cursor functionality to be usable with MySQL.

Changelog for 1.1.4 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.4 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.0.16 Released


SQLAlchemy release 1.0.16 is now available.

Release 1.0.16 includes a series backported bug fixes from SQLAlchemy versions 1.1.0 to 1.1.4. These changes include a handful of relatively minor ORM and MS SQL Server fixes.

Changelog for 1.0.16 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.0.16 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.3 Released


SQLAlchemy release 1.1.3 is now available.

Release 1.1.3 continues a series of very fast releases since 1.1.0 was first released, containing fixes for several more small regressions. As is usually the case with such regressions, each one involves an unanticipated use case so are not expected to impact most users.

Changelog for 1.1.3 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.3 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.2 Released


SQLAlchemy release 1.1.2 is now available.

Release 1.1.2 includes a small handful of bug fixes, including some small regressions from the 1.0 series, some ORM loading improvements, and a fix to the new PostgreSQL ON CONFLICT feature.

Changelog for 1.1.2 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.2 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.1 Released


SQLAlchemy release 1.1.1 is now available.

Release 1.1.1 includes two quick hits to issues reported in 1.1.0, released two days ago. One is a failure to connect to some configurations of SQL Server with pyodbc, and the other is that a newly added CompileError that intercepts primary key issues on INSERT has been dialed back to a warning, allowing the database to raise IntegrityError as it normally would.

Changelog for 1.1.1 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.1 is available on the Download Page.