My new C++ frontend to PostgreSQL, libpqxx, now has a little home page
of its own. Find it at:
History is included on the page. Among the hottest updates are support
for back_insert_iterators in TableWriter (which lets you write tuples to
a table using "*i++ = Row;" syntax), and a more self-reliant setup of
the little test programs so the Makefile can run a simple regression
test with a minimum of human preparation.
Documentation is still in SGML, similar to the dialect found in the
PostgreSQL docs themselves. The tutorial has been expanded slightly,
and a "why yet another C++ SQL frontend" section has been added.
Let me know what you think!
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