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Neo4j-Migrations Releases


I'm gonna cross post release announcements about Neo4j-Migrations to this channel. Neo4j-Migrations is a database refactoring tool, available as API, native command line tooling (CLI) feasible to be used with CI/CD scenarios or with integrations for Spring Boot and Quarkus. Neo4j-Migrations started out as a need while integrating SDN6 into JHipster and has been evolved into a Neo4j Labs project.

InfoQ has written about this tooling, too.

Note: While the core API is Java based and uses the official Java driver (and only that) under the hood, the CLI does not need Java or the JVM to run.

Without further ado, the latest release is 1.3.1:

We obey to semver and guarantee no breaking changes in patches and minor releases.


1.5.2 is out: Release 1.5.2 · michael-simons/neo4j-migrations · GitHub

(Mostly dependencies and some smaller bug fixes)

1.5.3 is out: Release 1.5.3 · michael-simons/neo4j-migrations · GitHub

(Only dependency updates)

1.3.2 is out: Release 1.3.2 · michael-simons/neo4j-migrations · GitHub

No breaking changes. Mostly dependency upgrades.

Most notable is the fact that the native binaries are now build with GraalVM 22.0 and benefit from the improvements in the SubstrateVM.

1.3.3 brings Quarkus 2.7 support: Release 1.3.3 · michael-simons/neo4j-migrations · GitHub No breaking changes.

1.4.0 is out: Release 1.4.0 · michael-simons/neo4j-migrations · GitHub

No breaking changes but a cool new feature for Quarkus:

1.5.0 is out: Release 1.5.0 · michael-simons/neo4j-migrations · GitHub

No breaking changes, only new features: Support for preconditions.