> Christoph Kottke writes:
 >  > Am 19.02.2013 00:16, schrieb
 >  > > Did you ever succeed in running the new test
 >  > > kit? Or the old one shipped with 0.8.3 fwiw?
 >  > 
 >  > hi,
 >  > 
 >  > i can't remeber on old kit passes and the new one has never pass.
 >  > 

... even more findings

After perusing the available documentation I concluded that it is not
possible to drop tables from within a C program. Apparently you have
to resort to isql/isql-fb in order to get rid of them.

I modified our test program to do just that. Things work ok until just
after dropping a trigger and a generator (both of which are created
when creating the test table. I don't know what these are good for,
someone else coded that). The next step would be to actually drop the
table using isql. However, at this point the firebird client library
segfaults, although I can't see why. It is not being called at this
point. The test table is still present after the crash.

In any case I concluded that firebird is above my head. I've spent an
entire week trying to get a simple test case running, to no avail. I'm
going to release libdbi-drivers without official firebird support
unless someone steps up and takes a look at the firebird driver and
the tests.

best regards,

Markus Hoenicka
AQ score 38

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