other hosts. To avoid missing such changes these monitors need to be actively scanned too. o Sql.pgsql Sped up BEGIN/COMMIT statements. Preserve the initial error message in case of multiple error messages during the same transaction. Flush out unseen error messages upon connection close to stderr.
When using query bindings, strings are now always stored as strings;
previously, 8-bit strings were stored as binary objects (BLOBs) and
wide strings were stored as unicode strings, which caused 8-bit strings
to be unequal (and thus not returned) when used in a standard string query.
Binary values may be stored as BLOBs using bindings by wrapping the
binary string in a multiset. For example, to store the value "myBinary"
as a BLOB value using a binding, use: (<"myBinary">).
o Debug.Peek Allows for interactive debugging and live data structure inspection in both single- and multi-threaded programs. Example: In the program you'd like to inspect, insert the following one-liner: Debug.Peek("/tmp/test.pike"); Then start the program and keep it running.