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SQLAlchemy 1.2.9 Released

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SQLAlchemy release 1.2.9 is now available.

Release 1.2.9 continues to include a wide range of fixes for both new issues and 1.2-specific regressions across both the ORM and dialect-specific components. Among the important changes present, specific improvements have been made to improve behavior on Python 3.7 as well as MySQL 8.0, as well as a new hook to allow customization of datatype binding within the the cx_Oracle dialect.

Changelog for 1.2.9 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.2.9 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.2.8 Released

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SQLAlchemy release 1.2.8 is now available.

Release 1.2.8 includes a fairly broad spectrum of fixes, including fixes for some memory/synchronization issues within the connection pool, automap and statement caching functionalities, as well as some issues that were introduced in the 1.2 series related to the horizontal sharding extension as well as the dogpile.caching example. Users of the dogpile.cache recipe should review the changes here when migrating to SQLAlchemy 1.2.

Changelog for 1.2.8 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.2.8 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.2.7 Released

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SQLAlchemy release 1.2.7 is now available.

Release 1.2.7 includes some dialect-specific fixes as well as a small number of SQL and ORM related fixes.

Changelog for 1.2.7 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.2.7 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.2.6 Released

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SQLAlchemy release 1.2.6 is now available.

Release 1.2.6 includes a variety of fixes including a connection-pool related issue which could cause a connection to be added to the pool without all of the "connect" event handlers being called.

Changelog for 1.2.6 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.2.6 is available on the Download Page.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.18 Released

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SQLAlchemy release 1.1.18 is now available.

Release 1.1.18 has two dialect-specific issues backported from 1.2.5, which are a Python 3.7 regression in the Postgresql dialect, as well as an adjustment to all MySQL dialects to utilize a distinct query to obtain the server version rather than relying upon the DBAPI, which fixes issues with certain proxy servers.

Changelog for 1.1.18 is at Changelog.

SQLAlchemy 1.1.18 is available on the Download Page.