[plt-scheme] latest way of getting to MySQL using MzScheme?

From: Jacob Matthews (jacobm at cs.uchicago.edu)
Date: Sat Mar 3 14:01:00 EST 2007

In general PLaneT (http://planet.plt-scheme.org/) is the place to look
for these sorts of things. In the particular case of mysql, it looks
like sqlid.plt is the only currently-available package, but if I'm
reading correctly it ought to work without you having to recompile


On 3/3/07, Jan Theodore Galkowski <jtgalkowski at alum.mit.edu> wrote:
> Hi,
> I checked the Help Desk but nothing dropped out.
> So, what's the latest way of getting to MySQL using MzScheme?  I've
> seen mentioned of an ODBC thing ("SrPersist"?) and an sqli/spld.  These
> suggest recompilations.  Is there anything built in, in a publicly
> available lib, or SRFI?  Haven't found anything in the latter, but
> still reading.
> Thanks,
>  - Jan
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