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Release Name: 3.0.0

Release Notes

Orafce 3.0.0 Released

The goal of orafce project is to implemente some functions from Oracle
database. Some date functions, string functions and some module packages
are implemented now. In 3.0, functions listed below are newly added and
compatibility of existing functions are much improved.

There are documentations of orafce:
  * English  : http://www.postgres.cz/index.php/Oracle_functionality_(en)
  * Czech    : http://www.postgres.cz/index.php/Oracle_functionality
  * Japanese : http://orafce.projects.postgresql.org/index-ja.html

Change Log

---- list of new functions in 3.0 ----
next_day(value, weekday integer)
to_char(num)
to_number(str)
to_date(str)
to_multi_byte(str)
bitand(lhs, rhs)
sinh(rad)
cosh(rad)
tanh(rad)
nanvl(val, alt)
dump(...)
decode(...)
utl_file.frename(location, filename, dest_dir, dest_file, overwrite)
utl_file.fcopy(src_location, src_filename, dest_location, dest_filename, start_line, end_line)
utl_file.fgetattr(location, filename)
utl_file.tmpdir()
dbms_assert.enquote_literal(str)
dbms_assert.enquote_name(str, loweralize)
dbms_assert.enquote_name(str)
dbms_assert.noop(str)
dbms_assert.schema_name(str)
dbms_assert.object_name(str)
dbms_assert.simple_sql_name(str)
dbms_assert.qualified_sql_name(str)
plunit.assert_true(condition, message)
plunit.assert_false(condition, message)
plunit.assert_null(actual, message)
plunit.assert_not_null(actual, message)
plunit.assert_equals(expected, actual, range, message)
plunit.assert_not_equals(expected, actual, range, message)
plunit.fail(message)
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