Liquibase 3.8.8 Released, Provides Minor Bug Fixes

Posted 19 Mar 2020 by Nathan Voxland

Liquibase 3.8.8 Released, Provides Minor Bug Fixes

Liquibase 3.8.8 is now available here through Liquibase.org. We fixed a couple of minor bugs in this release. ​

Bug Fixes

For both Liquibase Community and Liquibase Pro users, the following bugs were fixed in version 3.8.8:

  • rollbackOneChangeSetSQL now works correctly with the Liquibase Maven plugin.
  • Liquibase Pro no longer generates procedural code with incorrect SQL syntax when running generateChangeLog against a MySQL database. ​

Documentation

All Liquibase users should also check out our continually improving documentation at http://www.liquibase.org/documentation/index.html. ​ You can also see our growing library of videos and subscribe to our YouTube channel.

What’s next?

We are currently working on the next release, which will be a 4.0.0 Beta 1. It has been a while since we’ve done a beta program, and the last time “we” did a beta program it was just Nathan doing it!

​We will definitely be looking for people to do some testing for us and help us find any bugs.

The plan is to do at least one beta, and will do more as we discover critical bugs.

Major changes that will be in the 4.0 release include a change to the classloading/file loading logic, and a change to the logging system. Because there will be API-breaking changes, Liquibase extensions may need to be changed to work with the new version.

Get Involved

We are always looking to fix bugs and improve documentation for everyone in the Liquibase community. Here are some ways you can contribute:

  • Contribute code
  • Make doc updates
  • Join us for a virtual meetup - Sign up via the link on Liquibase.org
  • Answer Liquibase questions on Stack Overflow
  • Share how you and your team use Liquibase in a blog and share it. If you want to contribute directly to our blog, reach out to us on social and we’ll work together to post it.