GNOME-DB/libGDA 0.2.1 released

GNOME-DB/libGDA 0.2.1 have been released.

GNOME-DB/libGDA are a complete framewok for developing database-oriented
applications, and actually allow access to PostgreSQL, MySQL,
Oracle, Sybase and ODBC data sources. Apart from this development
it also includes several applications and utilities which make it
quite suitable for many database-related taks.

This release is the first one in a series of more regular releases,
we're approaching a good deal of performance/stability/functionality,
and we
want people to be able to easily follow the development.

* Added/Implemented stuff:
	Better Bonobo support - now works great with Bonobo! (Rodrigo)
	Packages for Debian Potato (Holger)
	Portuguese page for the web site (Cleber)
	Started implementation for database: monikers (Rodrigo)
	Started PrimeBase data source provider (Holger)
	Started Perl bindings for libGDA (Rodrigo)

* Bugs fixed:
	Bonobo toolbar/menubar now works perfectly well (at last)
	Some build problems in different configurations solved

To install this new version, you'll need:
* libgda: ORBit, OAF, GConf >= 0.9, libxml
* gnome-db: libgda and dependencies, Bonobo >= 0.29, gnome-libs, libgal,

GNOME-DB web server ( is now down and will be in
same state for some days, so you can only download source tarballs from, and, if you need
any help in compiling/installing/using the software, please subscribe
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