[plt-scheme] SQLI

From: Hans Oesterholt-Dijkema (hdnews at gawab.com)
Date: Tue Mar 14 13:02:34 EST 2006

Well, my own experiences are good. The basic support of the drivers
is however still quite rudimentary. They should be encapsulating
cursor operations more. Type conversions will eventually need
extension. Date conversions can be better. Retrieving the column
names of a table should be implemented. BLOB support isn't there.

The framework is working quite ok on WIN32, but getting it
to work in a Linux environment is quite difficult.

But the framework is functional and works well. Database queries
are executed in OS threads, which makes DB queries non blocking
for the PLT Scheme environment.

I'm using this framework for my OODB implementation, and am
achieving completely transparent object persistence *and* good
performance, so I personally am quite happy with it.

But I am to curious in any experiences with SQLI/D.

Best wishes,

Hans Oesterholt-Dijkema

Neil Van Dyke schreef:
> I'm considering using Hans Oesterholt-Dijkema's SQLI, with either
> PostgreSQL or MySQL.
> I'd appreciate hearing about any experiences people have with this
> library.
> http://www.elemental-programming.org/epwiki/Bigloo%20SQLI.html

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