Am 13.02.2016 um 11:03 schrieb Eugene Wissner:
On Saturday, 13 February 2016 at 05:02:07 UTC, Piotr Szturmaj wrote:
Ddb is a relational database client for D [1]. Currently it only
supports PostgreSQL but is not limited to it. It could be extended to
support other backends.

Built-in postgres client is a native implementation, that is it does
not depend on libpq. Instead it communicates directly with the server
avoiding text serialization and parsing overhead (PostgreSQL protocol
is stable and well documented).

I don't use it and I don't work on it anymore. Simply because I'm busy
with other things and that things don't involve any RDBMS support.

It has some user base, few contributors and 22 forks on github.
Unfortunately, I could not handle pull requests and issues in a
reasonable time and that's why I'm posting this here. I hope someone
could take over this project and improve it.

If you are interested, please either respond here or email me.


Hey. I'm interested. I'm a web developer and PostgreSQL is my database
of choice. I also like the idea of a native implementation.
The only problem is that I'm currently a beginner in D programming (but
not a beginner in PostgreSQL).
But since I'll need some kind of D <-> PostgreSQL bindings for my new
project, I would be glad if I could help.

BTW, I'd recommend to start a new organization on GitHub for this, which makes it much easier to manage ownership changes later on, if necessary. It also gives the main repository a more official appearance.

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