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Re: ODBC driver further developments?

From: "Markus Donath" <md-postgres-donath(at)netapps(dot)de>
To: pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: ODBC driver further developments?
Date: 2004-04-06 08:13:01
Message-ID: c4toqd$1ngd$ (view raw, whole thread or download thread mbox)
Lists: pgsql-odbc
Hello Dave,

turning on the bug tracker sounds like a good idea.
i think at the main focus should be on producing a stable version of the
postgresql odbc driver.
the last official release (07_03_0200) did not run stable in a multithreaded
environment (like MS IIS5.0).
i have posted a few bug-reports and there have been some patches addressing
these issues since the 07_03_0200-release.
if i find the time to test the current build i'll post the results, but my
company already thinks about switching to a different database because of
the stability issues.


""Dave Page"" <dpage(at)vale-housing(dot)co(dot)uk> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
> It's rumoured that Shachar Shemesh once said:
> > Dave Page wrote:
> >
> >>At the moment we have 3 builds, the ODBC2.5 (legacy) version, the ODBC3
> >>version and the ODBC3 Unicode (beta) version. I want to move fairly
> >>quickly to only the ODBC3 Unicode build and junk the rest.
> >>
> >>Regards, Dave
> >>
> >>
> > Does that mean that you have officially picked up the ODBC maintanance?
> >  That's great news. I was fearing it will be left orphaned.
> No, it means I will continue applying the odd patch, managing releases and
> the website despite the fact I no longer use the driver much. In other
> words, if others can code and help review patches, I can continue to do
> the rest for the time being.
> > Are you interested in my list of gripes with the current code, btw?
> Depends how contructive it is :-). Seriously though, what do folks think
> about switching on the bug tracker on the Gborg project sdo these things
> can be tracked?
> Regards, Dave
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