this is great! Should we take the next few weeks in preparing what we'd
like to see in a C++ API? Plus I need a little time to become more
familiar with current code base. As a note I was wondering what would be
the advantages/disadvantages of *not* using the c interface but writing
the connection/parse routines directly in the C++ classes? i.e. get away
from having just wrapper classes. On the plus side, I think we gain in
flexibility in design and implementation. On the negative side, we may be
re-inventing the wheel, although I am partial to proceeding in a complete
On Wed, 4 Oct 2000, Clark, Joel wrote:
> FYI --
> Looks like we may have a winner. Since you still have research to do, this
> should be right on time. It also seems that they might enlist us as beta
> testers, if we so choose.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Ned Lilly [mailto:ned(at)greatbridge(dot)com]
> Sent: Monday, December 04, 2000 4:03 PM
> To: Clark, Joel
> Cc: David Mele; Allen McGrath
> Subject: Re: New PostgreSQL Project
> Hi Joel,
> Dave Mele forwarded me your note.
> The short answer is yes, we would be delighted to host your project. Let me
> tell you where we are, and give you some sense of timetable.
> We're finishing up our GreatBridge.org site, which will provide CVS, bug
> tracking, mail lists, Web forums, task management, etc., for projects that
> with PostgreSQL. The site will be done by the end of this month - and we'll
> moving into beta testing in about two weeks. Does that work with your
> timetable? We'd love to have your group help us get the site ready for
> I've also cc'ed here Allen McGrath, who's our web development manager.
> feel free to ask him or me any questions you might have. Hopefully, we can
> you up and running pretty quickly.
> Ned Lilly
> VP Hacker Relations
> Great Bridge, LLC
> > From: Clark, Joel <jclark(at)lendingtree(dot)com>
> > Sent: Wednesday, October 04, 2000 11:32 AM
> > To: 'dave(at)greatbridge(dot)com'
> > Cc: 'Randy Jonasz'
> > Subject: New PostgreSQL Project
> > There is a new project in the works (i.e. there is some discussion about
> > on the pgsql-hackers and pgsql-interfaces mailing lists) to build a new,
> > more advanced C++ wrapper for libpq. We are currently looking for a CVS
> > repository to house the project. Would GreateBridge be willing to provide
> > CVS hosting services for this project?
> > My apologies if someone has already posed this question to you.
> > jc
> > --
> > Joel Clark
> > Developer, LendingTree.com
> > (704) 944-8520
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