Just as a knee jerk reply: How is your interface different to libpqxx ?
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On Wed, Apr 09, 2003 at 11:15:46AM -0700, Peter Jones wrote:
> Hello all. I have written a modern C++ interface for postgresql and
> wanted to talk about donating it to the project. By "modern C++" I mean
> an interfaces that makes use of modern C++ techniques such as exceptions
> and iterators.
> This C++ code provides a nice API wrapper for libpq. I have not released
> to code to the public yet, but I have used it in a few of my
> applications. Right now the code is tagged with a BSD license and is
> available though my anonymous CVS server.
> The cvs web interface:
> Shortcut to headers:
> I would be willing to maintain this code as a separate project, but I
> think it would better serve the community if it was part of postgres.
> Peter Jones <unix;c++;crypto;xml;vi;4wd;geek> [ http://pmade.org ]
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