Subject: Re: [boost] [std_rdb] [rdb] 0.0.10 + documentation
From: Daniel Pfeifer (daniel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-10-01 16:12:25
Quite a while ago I started to write yet another SQL library.
The project can be found at https://sourceforge.net/projects/async-db/
My library has very little in common with your library. While your library
mainly fucused on creating valid SQL strings (please correct me if I am
my library is targeted against prepared statements as function objects and
asynchronous operations. Creation of SQL strings is out of scope.
All it does (or rather "will do") is wrap the C-APIs of Firebird, MySQL,
Oracle Call Interface, PostgreSQL and SQLite3. I do not really think that
library is ready to present to the public, but it might be interesting to
combine our libraries or use them together as a base for a higher level
Currently my MySQL backend is the most feature rich one. It supports
operations, statements as function objects, boost::optional<T> for fields
may be NULL, gregorian::date for field DATE, posix_time::time_duration for
and posix_time::ptime for DATETIME.
Please have a look at the example at
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