Stephen Frost wrote:
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> * markw(at)mohawksoft(dot)com (markw(at)mohawksoft(dot)com) wrote:
> > This is why I suggested either creating a new low level API library on
> > which the linkes of ODBC, libpq, and I guess an OLE DB driver would be
> > built, or perform an amount of surgery the existing libpq and isolate and
> > expose various operations to a normalized API strategy.
> Again, it'd probably be better to add the necessary API to libpq so
> everyone can benefit from it than to give access to low-level libpq
> function externally and have all that code in the ODBC driver which it
> wouldn't be available for anyone else...
> Also, again I contend that there'd really be much 'surgery' required to
> extend the current libpq API to meet the requirements of, at least, the
> ODBC driver.
FYI, DBDpg needs similar libpq extensions so other languages can clearly
benefit from extending the libpq API.
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