Recent Liquigraph releases

Hello everyone,

It has been quite some time since I announced Liquigraph releases here, so let me help you catch up with the recent work the Neo4j data migration tool:

... have been released.

I am particularly happy to see Liquigraph 4.x out, which could not have happened without the amazing work of the Neo4j JDBC team. Thanks to 4.0.1, Liquigraph can be configured in a multi-database context.

As always, contributors of all levels are welcome.
We can even pair-program at the (currently virtual [because COVID]) Hackergarten meetup if you want to give it a try!

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A few other notable changes:

  • the Homebrew recipe is being updated to install Liquigraph 4. It would be awesome if some of you wanted to contribute to https://github.com/liquigraph/homebrew-liquigraph/issues/1 to publish a custom Homebrew tap for Liquigraph 2.x and 3.x (happy to offer guidance).
  • for contributors, master is now the branch for 4.x, 3.x is now for 3.x, 2.x remains for 2.x (and 4.x is gone)