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>From: "Robert Treat" <xzilla(at)XXXXXXXXXXXX>
>So for three years you have taken from the work of hundreds of others who
>provided you with a free database and a working driver to use along with
>but now when there are signs of trouble, you're just going to pack up and
>leave? Why not dedicate just one of your programmers to working on the
>driver full time? This way you can assure that all of your issues with the
>driver are still addressed, you'll save the costs of switching to another
>system, and still get an extremely robust database for the cost of one
>programmer? Seems like a good investment to me.
Yes, you are right. But we are not good c programmers, but we are going to
our help to improve npgsql because it's written in c sharp.
The problem is not this, nobody can't help in every project. The problem is
odbc project is frozen since one year ago, well, solutions? I believe that
solutions could be rewrite all or make, if is it possible, a bridge between
project an other project.
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