I would like to announce the release of version 2.5.1 of KirbyBase, a
small, pure-Ruby database management system that stores it’s data in
You can download it here:
This is a mainly a bug-fix release:
Fixed a bug that had broken encrypted tables.
Changed KBTable#pack method so that it raises an error if trying to
execute when connect_type==:client.
Fixed a bug where it was possible to insert records missing a required
field if using a hash. Thanks to Adam S. for this.
Fixed a bug that occurred when you tried to update records using a
block and you tried to reference a field in the current record inside
the block. Much thanks to Assaph M. for reporting this.
Fixed a bug that allowed you to have duplicate column names. Thanks
to Assaph M. for spotting this.
Changed the way KBTable#set works with memo/blob fields.
Started creating unit tests.
Changed the KBTable#clear method to return number of records deleted.
Thanks to Assaph M. for this enhancement.
Moved #build_header_string from KBEngine class to KirbyBase class.
Added KirbyBase::VERSION constant.
Cleaned up the manual a bit. Thanks to Rich M. for feedback.
I would like to thank all of the people who provided bug fixes,
suggestions, and ideas for version 2.5.1.
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