Just so you are aware: TUDBC is not published under any of GNU's
licenses. The website explains the terms and conditions, which are
pretty tight. It does say there are no plans to commercialize TUDBC,
but the terms are not at all comforting on that subject.
I don't recommend building software that depends on it.
On Sat, Sep 13, 2008 at 7:36 AM, Post-No-Reply TUDBC
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I would like to introduce the new exciting TUDBC (Truly Unified
> Database Connectivity) to you, which brings both high performance and
> high productivity to database access. Currently, it supports
> * 5 programming languages with the same unified coding style for
> 1. C# (also any other .NET compliant languages)
> 2. Java
> 3. PHP (including three flavors: original PHP, Phalanger with ADO.NET
> and Quercus with JDBC)
> 4. Ruby (including three flavors: original Ruby, IronRuby with
> ADO.NET, and JRuby with JDBC).
> There is plan to expand to other programming languages, including C,
> C++, Perl, Python, etc.
> 5. VB.NET
> * All major DBMSes: Access, DB2, Derby, MySQL, Oracle, SQL Server,
> plus text CSV and Excel spreadsheets.
> Even though TUDBC works for multiple platforms, the performance is not
> sacrificed because it is using a new paradigm and caching technique. One
> performance comparison shows that it is close-to-the-best and the best
> in various settings.
> On the website (http://www.tudbc.org), you will find interactive live
> demos and source codes for all languages. There are also videos of
> demos and tutorials, including one that shows you how you can use
> TUDBC to create a simple web application in 2 minutes.
> Please share this great news with your colleagues.
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