MySQL Proxy 0.8.0 has been released at http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/mysql-proxy/
While it took a while to get it out, it contains a lot of good stuff and will make a few more things possible for the future. First of all, it is the first release with a threaded network-backend allowing to use plenty of CPUs.
The other big infrastructure change is mostly for developers: out-of-tree plugins can now be written. Now you can write plugins for the MySQL Proxy against a installed MySQL Proxy. No need to have the MySQL Proxy's source code around.
- added a threaded event handling layer
- added support to change the auth-response on the way to the backend
- added timing infrastruture
- added out-of-tree plugins builds and pkg-config support
- fixed handling of broken length encoded data in resultsets
- fixed version encoding in win32 (#45996)
- fixed too small listen backlog() (#43278)
- fixed configure check if flex is really installed (#45766)
- fixed handling of >16M packets (#35202)
- fixed parsing of invalid IP-addresses (#47273)
- fixed off-by-one line-numbers in Lua stackstraces (#47348)