From: Tito Villalobos (tvillalobos_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-15 13:22:46
Thanks to you both for the links to DTL and OTL, I will check them out
for a comparison and respond back in a few days with comparisons.
I understand the concern about RTTI. Currently, I am using
"odbc_trait<>" classes to handle the mapping and binding of C types to
the ODBC API at compile time, and I don't use RTTI at all.
Incorporating boost.variant should be somewhat straightforward, as it
basically would require another template specialization of the traits
class. I wanted that extensibilty as well for clients of the library to
be able to define their own bindings. (Of course things are never as
straightforward as they seem... ;-) )
Michael van der Westhuizen wrote:
> Brian Braatz wrote:
>>> "Tito Villalobos" wrote:
>>>> I have been working on a library for database programming. It
>>>> wraps only ODBC API,...
>>> Can you compae it with Database Template Library
>> Just an FYI here- I recently evaluated the DTL and it uses RTTI
> Thoughts on OTL?
> I've used it a few times, and it's extremely capable.
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