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Developer's Report: Firebird INTL/DSQL Development
June to August 2016

August 2016

Trunk
  • Continued working on feature CORE-3647 - Window Function: frame (rows / range) clause.
  • Fixed BLR printer for ORDER BY ... NULLS FIRST/LAST.
3.0 branch
  • Fixed buffer overflow problem in BLR printer code.

July 2016

Trunk
  • Start working on feature CORE-3647 - Window Function: frame (rows / range) clause.
  • Remove ability to overflow declared character length in legacy multibyte charsets.
  • Improvements to NTILE after Pavel Zotov comments in CORE-3618.
3.0 branch
  • Postfix for CORE-5277 - Parameters with multibyte character sets allow to bypass the character limit of varchar fields.
  • Fixed CORE-5304 - Regression: Can not restore database with table contains field CHAR(n) and UTF8 character set.
  • Adjusting TCS tests for v3.
  • Fixed CORE-5313 - Data type unknown error with LIST.

June 2016

Trunk
  • Finished FB/Java 1.0.0-alpha-1.
  • Improvement CORE-749 - Increase maximum length of object names to 64 characters.
  • Refactored window functions to support new types of functions:
  • Feature CORE-3616 - Window Function: percent_rank().
  • Feature CORE-3617 - Window Function: cume_dist().
  • Feature CORE-3618 - Window Function: ntile(num_buckets integer).
3.0 branch
  • Fixed CORE-5277 - Parameters with multibyte character sets allow to bypass the character limit of varchar fields.
  • Fixed CORE-5233: Fix unaligned memory access in MET_format.

Adriano dos Santos Fernandes
Sao Paulo, Brazil
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