Subject: Re: [boost] [rdb] Uploaded 0.0.07
From: Jean-Louis Leroy (jl_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-09-24 18:22:43
> I still say a Boost.RDB should be modeled after Python's SQLAlchemy
> library, such a wonderful design after using it for a year, and it
> optimizes your SQL for the underlying DB (so some may use joins, some
> may use other things, etc... whatever is best for the DB).
After having a look at SQLAlchemy, I have the impression that what I am
working on is just a tiny part of it, namely what is described here :
The goal of this lib is not ORM or anything, it merely tries to make it
possible to talk to the database with fine control over the sql, and in
a typesafe manner at that (something Python doesn't care about). It's
just "embedded SQL done in C++". If it makes decisions behing your back,
then it's missing its goal.
Later higher-level tools - among them ORMs - can be built upon it. That
is my initial goal in fact - build an ORM.
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