From: Jonathan Wakely (cow_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-10-16 12:34:09
On Fri, Oct 15, 2004 at 11:58:03AM -0600, Brian Braatz wrote:
> [Brian Braatz] Please allow me to clarify; I am referring to the
> INTERFACE presented to the programmer. I had pretty good success taking
> people from a MS ADO world and using MYSql++.
> >From your web page:
> Excellent. The work you have done, I would agree with. What I am talking
I must point out the fork and important work was done by Murray Cumming,
I am only the current maintainer.
> about is the basic interface of being able to do:
> (from the mysql examples)
> I like the fact that I have a table\recordset style structure (Result)
> I like the fact that it is iterator friendly
> I like the fact that the code above would be understandable from a
> person coming from an MS ADO world (which would lead to more adoption of
> the library)
That's interesting, thanks for the comments.
-- Dull but sincere filler
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