Subject: Re: [boost] [rdb] Uploaded 0.0.07
From: Alp Mestan (alp_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-09-24 02:55:35
Since you're using ODBC, theoretically you can just bind your library to any
RDBMS supporting ODBC ?
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 10:51 PM, Jean-Louis Leroy <jl_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> This version features :
> * insert...set syntax (but no insert...select yet)
> * update [where]
> * delete from [where]
> * create and drop follow the same syntax pattern as the others
> * attempts to simplify the internals (in insert - select still needs a
> second look)
> * some concept checks
> It's *beginning* to look like something one could use in simple real apps.
> What's missing before it qualifies is imo `like', 'exists' and transactions.
> That should not take long.
> This version compiles with msvc9 and gcc 4.4.1. I tested on Win32 with an
> Access db via ODBC. The sql engine tests pass on Linux but I have not tried
> the ODBC test suite on Unix yet. If somebody tries it, please tell me.
> I have changed the naming scheme : first number is major revision ; second
> is the milestone (crud with direct execution ; transactions ; prepared
> statements ; dialects ; constraints ; dynamic sql - which btw I am now
> nearly sure I can fit elegantly in my framework ; views). Third number is
> just there for getting ++'ed.
> The test suite is still the doc but after the transactions I'll begin
> documenting. Probably with QuickBook.
> It's funny to see that some people are still downloading 0.04. As I write
> this the downlaod count bumped to 21 :-D To avoid confusion due to the
> change in the versioning scheme I deleted the old versions.
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