[plt-scheme] PLT and Database access

From: Hans Oesterholt-Dijkema (hdnews at gawab.com)
Date: Fri May 27 03:22:45 EDT 2005

I personally am using (my own) SQLI/SQLD package
(like DBI/DBD for perl).


Works with mzscheme and bigloo and has drivers for
PostgreSQL, SQLite and Oracle.

I've just enhanced the PostgreSQL driver to not
block mzscheme threads, while executing a query.


nishad at ptolemy.tlg.uci.edu schreef:

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>What are people in the PLT world using to talk to databases like MySQL
>and Postgres?  
>I know what the standard recommendations are, but I want to hear from
>someone who actually does this.  I keep trying and running into
>bizarre problems that are well beyond my abilty to debug.  I posted a
>fairly serious bug on SchemeQL's sourceforge site last month, but it
>doesn't seem to have been noticed--I don't know if the package is
>actively maintained any more.
>I've run into another one today that may be in SrPersist, where it
>stops returning results after an arbitrary number of queries, until I
>restart the program.  I don't want to sink any more time into these
>packages if there are better ones out there (at least, "better" in the
>sense that they don't require me to open the hood and tinker).
>I'd love to hear of something that simply *works*; failing that, I'd
>like to know of any real experiences with any other packages.  There
>must be *some* success stories out there...?

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