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Posted over 8 years ago by jmar...@users.sourceforge.net (Jonathan Marsden)
A new release of DataVision, version 1.2.0rc1, is now available fordownload from SourceForge. See the files available athttp://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33343This release is the first release candidate in the build up ... [More] towardsrelease 1.2.0. Please do download and test it, and report how well(or badly) it works for you to the DataVision-users mailing list atdatavision-users@lists.sourceforge.net . Thanks!The web site at http://datavision.sourceforge.net includes a full setof release notes. A few highlights include: * Fix for quoting issues with some databases, especially MySQL. * DataVision can now use SQLite as a back end database. * Improved .bat and shell script files. * Various other bug fixes.Thanks for using DataVision!Jonathan (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by Jim Menard
A new release of DataVision, version 1.2.0rc1, is now available for download from SourceForge. See the files available at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33343 This release is the first release candidate in the build up towards ... [More] release 1.2.0. Please do download and test it, and report how well (or badly) it works for you to the DataVision-users mailing list at datavision-users@lists.sourceforge.net . Thanks! The web site at http://datavision.sourceforge.net includes a full set of release notes. A few highlights include: * Fix for quoting issues with some databases, especially MySQL. * DataVision can now use SQLite as a back end database. * Improved .bat and shell script files. * Various other bug fixes. Thanks for using DataVision! Jonathan [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by jmar...@users.sourceforge.net (Jonathan Marsden)
A new release of DataVision, version 1.2.0rc1, is now available fordownload from SourceForge. See the files available athttp://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=33343This release is the first release candidate in the build up ... [More] towardsrelease 1.2.0. Please do download and test it, and report how well(or badly) it works for you to the DataVision-users mailing list atdatavision-users@lists.sourceforge.net . Thanks!The web site at http://datavision.sourceforge.net includes a full setof release notes. A few highlights include: * Fix for quoting issues with some databases, especially MySQL. * DataVision can now use SQLite as a back end database. * Improved .bat and shell script files. * Various other bug fixes.Thanks for using DataVision!Jonathan (0 comments) [Less]
Posted over 8 years ago by fzamm...@users.sourceforge.net (Frank W. Zammetti)
Version 1.1.0 has gone gold and has been unleashed upon the world! Please see release notes for all changes. Thanks to everyone who helped make this release possible! (0 comments)
Posted over 8 years ago by fzamm...@users.sourceforge.net (Frank W. Zammetti)
Version 1.1.0 has gone gold and has been unleashed upon the world! Please see release notes for all changes. Thanks to everyone who helped make this release possible! (0 comments)
Posted over 8 years ago by Jim Menard
Version 1.1.0 has gone gold and has been unleashed upon the world! Please see release notes for all changes. Thanks to everyone who helped make this release possible!
Posted almost 9 years ago by fzamm...@users.sourceforge.net (Frank W. Zammetti)
This is an interim snapshot build from TRUNK as of 09/08/2007 (at around 12:00am EST). This should be the final interim release before 1.1.0 "goes gold", some time next month (that's the plan as of right now anyway!) (0 comments)
Posted almost 9 years ago by Jim Menard
DataVision now has a Wiki! See the Wiki link up top? Well, go forth and have at it! The development team will add content as time allows, but we're hoping the community starts to contribute long before then as we think that's where the best content will come from anyway. That is, after the whole whole point of Wikis to begin with!
Posted almost 9 years ago by fzamm...@users.sourceforge.net (Frank W. Zammetti)
DataVision now has a Wiki! See the Wiki link up top? Well, go forth and have at it! The development team will add content as time allows, but we're hoping the community starts to contribute long before then as we think that's where the best content will come from anyway. That is, after the whole whole point of Wikis to begin with! (0 comments)
Posted almost 9 years ago by fzamm...@users.sourceforge.net (Frank W. Zammetti)
DataVision now has a Wiki! See the Wiki link up top? Well, go forth and have at it! The development team will add content as time allows, but we're hoping the community starts to contribute long before then as we think that's where the best content will come from anyway. That is, after the whole whole point of Wikis to begin with! (0 comments)