MySQL Proxy didn’t got a (public) update for half a year now. But these dry times are over now.
We abonded the svn repo a long time ago and it got tricky to keep our internal repository and the external, public one in sync. The backlog of patches to merge over piled up to a point where we could keep up anymore. That was in June 2008.
Now, in January 2009 are up to date again and dropped the user of svn in favour of bzr. This will make inclusing of external changes a lot easier.
To get the latest source just install bzr and pull it from lauchpad:
$ bzr branch [lp:mysql-proxy](https://launchpad.net/mysql-proxy)
Up to today that was giving you the old svn tree, but this is now all fresh, pure bzr.
If you used the svn-tree up to now, you will see a long list of changes that went into the tree since the summer.
We’ll try to document all the changes over the next weeks, now that the code is all public again.
BTW, the reason for the long delay is on my and Kay’s side. We have a few plugins that are for our enterprise users that were part of this repository. It was nasty work to split them and their history our into another, internal repository. Sadly this took longer then we anticipated.