Thanks, but instead of sifting through all the individual messages I wanted 
to see if there were any
comments that summarize the whole thing.

If there are not my conclusion is that there is more free documentation and 
support for mysql than interbase.
I even found a new book at Barnes and Noble titled: MySQL/PHP Database 

The documentation for interbase is not so well supported probably because 
it is more new to open source.


At 03:18 PM 4/17/01 -0400, you wrote:
>[In a deadpan voice...] Oh, what a fascinating twist.
> is where this particular list is
>That's where you can learn a lot about the individual programs, and you may
>find out little bits of wisdom like:  each database has strengths and
>weaknesses, you really should pick the platform based upon your needs, even
>the best database will not help you if you start with a poorly designed
>At 02:33 PM 4/17/01 -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> >I'm trying to decide whether to use interbase or mysql with php.
> >Both are free and both have a php api.
> >
> >So which is better to use with php?
> >Or does it matter?
> >
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