Liquibase 3.10.3 & 4.1.1 Released

October 12, 2020

Liquibase 3.10.3 and 4.1.1 are now available. Both of these releases are dedicated to fixing bugs. Here’s a closer look at what fixes are included.

3.10.3 bugfix release

This release merges many community-contributed pull requests. Thanks to everyone who helps make the Liquibase community strong!

Special shoutouts to: tleipzig, mrgrew, Frank Hoellering, Steven Saliman, Tony Joseph, Ruud Welling, Sudipto Sarkar, Alex Schuetz, ningyu, Erzsebet Carmean, Pavlo Tytarchuk, Wes Willard, Mike Olivas, Robert Reeves, Nathan Voxland, Mario Champion, Kevin Chappell, Erika Kalar, and Melissa Reich!

Spring-related fixes

PostgreSQL fixes

Other fixes

Liquibase 4.1.1 bugfix release

This release brings the 3.10.3 fixes above into 4.1 and introduces a couple of 4.1-specific fixes.

Thanks again for your help!

Writing, testing, and coordinating releases requires a team effort. I want to extend a special thanks to the Community Developers and Liquibase Team for all of your help on this release!

Thank you for your efforts in getting this across the line!

  • tleipzig
  • mrgrew
  • Frank Hoellering,
  • Steven Saliman
  • Tony Joseph
  • Ruud Welling
  • Sudipto Sarkar
  • Alex Schuetz
  • ningyu
  • Erzsebet Carmean
  • Pavlo Tytarchuk
  • Wes Willard
  • Mike Olivas
  • Robert Reeves
  • Nathan Voxland
  • Mario Champion
  • Kevin Chappell
  • Erika Kalar
  • Melissa Reich

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Nathan Voxland Project Founder