SphinxConnector.NET 3.2 has been released
January 30, 2013
We're pleased to announce the immediate availability of a new release of SphinxConnector.NET! Among other things, we've been busy to add support for Sphinx 2.1 in the course of which we've made several optimizations that should improve performance and reduce memory usage with SphinxQL and the fluent API.
The latter now properly supports enums and has gotten support for JSON attributes that are going to be introduced with Sphinx 2.1. The methods First() and FirstOrDefault() can now also be executed as futures, and we've added the possibility to perform operations like attaching and flushing indexes to the fluent API.
There are several other additions, improvements, and bugfixes which are listed in the version history.
If you would like to send us feedback about the new version, you can use the contact form or send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.