The Drizzle team has published the first Drizzle 7.1 stable release. The announcement on the Drizzle blog covers some of the major improvements in this release over the previous stable release, Drizzle 7.0. I plan to write a variety of blog posts on each of the new features over the coming weeks. Major features include:
Since Drizzle 7.0 (which was released last year), there have been over 3,500 commits to Drizzle from around 50 contributors (no doubt the translations add more too).
Some interesting statistics about this Drizzle release:
Installing Drizzle 7.1.33-stable
The source tar package is available from the Drizzle Launchpad download area. Please see the Drizzle manual on how to install Drizzle 7.1.33-stable from source tar package.
The Ubuntu packages are available from the Drizzle PPA. Instructions on how to install from the PPA are in the Drizzle manual.
CentOS 6 packages are available from download.drizzle.org. Instructions on how to install them with yum are in the Drizzle manual.
Note: For Drizzle 7.1.33-stable, only 64-bit packages were built for RedHat/Centos.
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