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Lukas Smith's Blog:
MDB2 2.0.0RC1 rapidly approaching
December 16, 2005 @ 07:24:58

In this new note from Lukas Smith today, he mentions the imminent release of the latest "Release Candidate" of his database abstraction layer, MDB2.

This is just a heads up that MDB2 is rapidly approaching its first release candidate. This means that the API will from that point on not be subject to modifications and only bug fixes will be applied. Considering the stability of the code I do not envision that it will take many RC's to get MDB2 stable out of the door.

If you look at the current open bug reports for DB you will notice that alot of them are structural issues that are close to impossible to fix at this point. These are obviously all solved in MDB2. Aside from that MDB2 has way more features and is way more flexible. Most amazingly it has been shown to be a lot faster too!

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