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Re: libpq++

From: Randy Jonasz <rjonasz(at)click2net(dot)com>
To: "J(dot) T(dot) Vermeulen" <jtv(at)cistron-office(dot)nl>
Cc: <pgsql-interfaces(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: Re: libpq++
Date: 2001-03-07 21:35:46
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Hi Jeroen,

I'm very interested in a total revamp of the C++ API.  I'd like to mirror
the roguewave dbtools++ api in some ways as well as building a STL
compliant interface.  Would you be interested in working together on this?



On Wed, 7 Mar 2001, J. T. Vermeulen wrote:

> Is anyone maintaining libpq++?  My patches are beginning to seriously
> overlap each other, making it hard to submit them individually.
> If there's nobody out there, I'd be willing to maintain this code and
> make more extensive changes.  In particular, I would like to:
>  - introduce exceptions instead of manual checking, as suggested in TODO;
>  - update the manual;
>  - review all the little consts, bools, explicits and such;
>  - replace PgTransaction by a more fine-grained and exception-safe
>    mechanism outside the PgDatabase hierarchy;
>  - provide STL-conformant interfaces for iterating over result sets;
>  - allow fields to be accessed in a type-safe manner;
>  - ensure clean compilation under g++ 3.0;
>  - bring functionality up-to-date with libpq if, as & where needed
> Would that be OK?
> Jeroen
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Randy Jonasz
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Click2net Inc.
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