Rainer Gerhards writes:
 > > Zitat von Rainer Gerhards <rgerha...@hq.adiscon.com>:
 > > 
 > > > sorry for the long silence, we got sidetracked ourselfs. Finally, we
 > > > yesterday tried to write some test programs to get started. To do so,
 > > > I did a cvs checkout for both libdbi and libdbi-drivers (according to
 > > > instructions on the site). I can see the new transaction functions
 > > > inside the sgml files as well as the headers.
 > > > However, I do not find any implementation (.c files).
 > > >
 > > > Am I overlooking something?
 > > >
 > > 
 > > No. Apparently my bad. I'll fix that tonight.
 > Thanks a lot!
 > Rainer

I've checked in new versions of libdbi/src/dbi_main.c containing the
implementations of the transaction functions and
libdbi-drivers/tests/test_dbi.c with a first shot at the required test
functions. MySQL seems to fail to rollback transactions on my box
whereas SQLite3 succeeds. I'm too tired now to track this down, maybe
someone else can have a look at this too. I hope I'll get back to this
on the weekend.


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