I'm looking to choose a set of library code principally for database
functions. So far checked out Pear, Phplib and adodb which all appear to be
well crafted and easy to use. Irrespective of differences in the actual
functions provided (which of course are well documented) can anyone briefly
compare and contrast them from experience working with 2 or more such
libraries in a production environment in terms of robustness and speed (I
appreciate that speed tests have put adodb top, then phplib and finally
Pear, but have people found such differences to be very noticeable and if so
under what specific circumstances?)

David Eisenhart

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