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From "Eric Evans (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CASSANDRA-1703) CQL 1.0
Date Thu, 14 Apr 2011 16:35:06 GMT

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Eric Evans updated CASSANDRA-1703:
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    Description: 
CQL (Cassandra Query Language) is a proposed language for data management in Cassandra.

This issue is meant to encapsulate the goals for CQL in the next stable release (0.8), roughly:

* Completed 1.0 language specification.
* Implementation of the language using the Avro interface for transport and serialization.
* Low-level drivers for Java and Python (possibly others).
* The deprecation (or removal, TBD) of (Avro) RPC methods.

Separate tickets with the appropriate relationships to this one will be created for the individual
tasks.

*Edit (2011-01-21): Changed short description from "CQL 1.0" to "CQL 0.99".*
*Edit (2011-04-14): Changed it back.  Whatever.*

CQL 1.0 needn't be entirely complete, but it should be stable. Backward incompatible changes
mean a transition to 2.0 (and I hope there is never a 2.0).  However, I don't think it will
have baked long enough to be called "1.0" in the next release (0.7+1), so let's call that
0.99 (to signal the possibility of backward incompatible changes), and target 0.7+2 for CQL
1.0.

  was:
CQL (Cassandra Query Language) is a proposed language for data management in Cassandra.

This issue is meant to encapsulate the goals for CQL in the next stable release (0.8), roughly:

* Completed 1.0 language specification.
* Implementation of the language using the Avro interface for transport and serialization.
* Low-level drivers for Java and Python (possibly others).
* The deprecation (or removal, TBD) of (Avro) RPC methods.

Separate tickets with the appropriate relationships to this one will be created for the individual
tasks.

*Edit (2011-01-21): Changed short description from "CQL 1.0" to "CQL 0.99".*

CQL 1.0 needn't be entirely complete, but it should be stable. Backward incompatible changes
mean a transition to 2.0 (and I hope there is never a 2.0).  However, I don't think it will
have baked long enough to be called "1.0" in the next release (0.7+1), so let's call that
0.99 (to signal the possibility of backward incompatible changes), and target 0.7+2 for CQL
1.0.

        Summary: CQL 1.0  (was: CQL 0.99)

> CQL 1.0
> -------
>
>                 Key: CASSANDRA-1703
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-1703
>             Project: Cassandra
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: API
>    Affects Versions: 0.8
>            Reporter: Eric Evans
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: cql
>             Fix For: 0.8
>
>   Original Estimate: 0h
>  Remaining Estimate: 0h
>
> CQL (Cassandra Query Language) is a proposed language for data management in Cassandra.
> This issue is meant to encapsulate the goals for CQL in the next stable release (0.8),
roughly:
> * Completed 1.0 language specification.
> * Implementation of the language using the Avro interface for transport and serialization.
> * Low-level drivers for Java and Python (possibly others).
> * The deprecation (or removal, TBD) of (Avro) RPC methods.
> Separate tickets with the appropriate relationships to this one will be created for the
individual tasks.
> *Edit (2011-01-21): Changed short description from "CQL 1.0" to "CQL 0.99".*
> *Edit (2011-04-14): Changed it back.  Whatever.*
> CQL 1.0 needn't be entirely complete, but it should be stable. Backward incompatible
changes mean a transition to 2.0 (and I hope there is never a 2.0).  However, I don't think
it will have baked long enough to be called "1.0" in the next release (0.7+1), so let's call
that 0.99 (to signal the possibility of backward incompatible changes), and target 0.7+2 for
CQL 1.0.

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