One of the most used tools that we, developers look up for when finding bugs is: a good debugging tool. MySQL for Visual Studio offers a really good integration with all of the debugging tools that Visual Studio already delivers for the .NET framework code.
MySQL for Visual Studio is a new product including all of the Visual Studio integration previously available as part of Connector/Net. The product is now released as GA and is appropriate for use in production environments. It is compatible with MySQL Server versions 5.0-5.7 and Visual Studio versions 2008-2012.
MySQL Connector/Net 6.6, a new version of the all-managed .NET
for MySQL has been released. This is the GA, recommended for use in production environments.
Major features included are EF 4.3 support, Stored routines debugger integrated into Visual studio, Pluggable authentication & VS2012 support.
MySQL Connector/Net 6.6.4, a new version of the all-managed .NET driver for MySQL has been released. This is the Release Candidate intended to introduce users to the new features in the release.
MySQL Connector/Net 6.6.3, a new version of the all-managed .NET driver for MySQL has been released. This is the second of two beta releases intended to introduce users to the new features in the release.
The 6.6 has reached Beta level major features are Stored routine debugger, Entity Framework 4.3 Migrations support, Authentication Plugin & Visual Studio 2012 support.
I don't know about you, but I can't imagine doing my PHP development without an IDE with a debugger anymore.
It autocompletes for me, it lets me step through each line of code, jumping around the project, execute and change the code flow on the fly, and does many other things that make me feel cozy, comfortable, and efficient at PHP development (as opposed to, say, CPP which makes me feel cold and lonely).
There are many PHP IDEs out there and I've tried most of them (including the free PHPEclipse and PDT for Eclipse) but kept coming back to NuSphere's PHPEd every time. The other ones just don't do as good of a job and don't have the array of features PHPEd does. Did you know Dmitri, the author of PHPEd, …[Read more]
The other day I found a nice surprise on my inbox. Jay Pipes asked me if I'd like to try fixing a small bug on Drizzle. It looked pretty simple, and the bug report included a big part of the fix. I accepted without a doubt.
I decided to first change trans_prealloc_size from uint32_t to uint64_t. That was done on drizzled/session.h.Then, I went to drizzle/set_var.cc and changed sys_trans_prealloc_size from …