Excuse me if this is a silly questions, but why such a low number, 
0.0.23? Does it fit some general sense of library revision numbers that 
I can use to assess whether I can use it for certain types of projects?

Thanks,
Nick

Michael Neumann wrote:

>Hi,
>
>I released Ruby/DBI 0.0.23. 
>
>Fixed several bugs.
>See http://ruby-dbi.rubyforge.org/ChangeLog for more changes.
> 
> * DBD::ODBC: Implemented DNS-less connections.
> 
> * DBD:SQLite: #do returns number of rows changed
> 
> * DBD::Oracle: Database#tables returns tables AND views
> 
> * DBI: Timezone parsing and quoting issues fixed.
> 
> * DBD::SQLite: raise exception if sql statement
>   contains NUL characters (patch by Shirai,Kaoru)
>
>WWW: http://rubyforge.org/projects/ruby-dbi
>
>Regards,
>
>  Michael
>
>  
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