Ok, so the subject has something to do with perl, but read on:

I was wondering if it would be at all possible (usefull?) to have 
a PHP database layer that can talk "DBI::Proxy".   DBI::Proxy is a
perl module that can act as a database proxy for any database supported by 
perl DBI/DBD.

It would potentially solve all sorts of connectivity parameter weirdness
and moving something from, say Postgres to Mysql or Oracle could be
potentially much easier.  The perl DBI/DBD interfaces are quite a bit
cleaner and less database specific than the php ones...



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