On Mon, Jan 14, 2002 at 07:16:41PM -0500, David Joyner wrote:
> I agree with you. I guess the person that wrote it is not here to defend
> themselves, so I'll just work around.
Alternatively, you may want to look at libpqxx. Written as a replacement
for libpq++, it has a more modern interface and--knock on wood--addresses
each of the issues discussed here. You lose the "convenience" (and the
inflexibility) of having transactions, connections, and query results all
reside in a single object, and gain the convenience of using exception
handling instead of manual result checking.
You can find it at
I hope someday this could be included in the main PostgreSQL source tree.
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