And you too Markus. Your children should certainly be your priority. Don't feel
A happy heathy new year to you all!
On 2018 12 31 01:37:45 UTC, Pabitra Dash <pabit...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>Thank you Simon for your info.
>On Monday, 31 December 2018, 5:42:40 AM GMT+5:30, Markus Hoenicka
>"dead" is relative here. It is unfortunately pretty much true that I
>was not able to put much of an effort into further development of
>libdbi, although there were a couple of bug fixes in the past couple of
>years. I don't mean to whine, but sometimes life takes unexpected
>turns, and in my case they're 6 and 3 years old now. Needless to say,
>this, and a new position with extended responsibilities, caused a shift
>of priorities that won't do my software projects any good. I'd hate to
>see libdbi die of inactivity, but it is hardly possible to sleep less
>than I did in the past couple of years just to do some extra
>programming. And I apologize if I was not able to tend to questions on
>the lists in a timely fashion.
>Regarding the original posters question: you can certainly use libdbi
>on Linux and just about any unixish platform. This includes Cygwin
>(http://www.cygwin.com), a library which provides a Unix-like interface
>to Windows. To the best of my knowledge there is no native Windows port
>available which would allow you to use it in native Windows
>applications. Source code is available from a git repository at
>Documentation of the dbi interface is here (the Programmer's Guide is
>what you want):
>On 2018-12-29 03:25, Simon Walter was heard to say:
>I asked a question on this list in 2015 and there has been no activity
>since then. I didn't get an answer to my question. So I assumed that
>the project is pretty dead. There is support for prepared statements.
>So I ended up using APR DBD. The documentation is alright. Though I did
>find myself digging into the source to understand a few things.
>I haven't used it on Windows, but the whole point of the APR is cross
>On December 28, 2018 4:28:42 PM UTC, Pabitra Dash via libdbi-users
>Hello, Good day.I have following queries. -As libdbi provides standard
>C abstraction, Can I use it in Windows and Linux platforms?-From where
>can I get DbiXX detail documentation and source code of the
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