Re: [Firebird-docs] FB firebird-3-developer-s-guide-relea

2018-05-24 Thread Nico Latzer
Hi Mark and Frank, thanks again for Your feedback. I will go thru and fix it. Kind Regards -- Check out the vibrant tech community on one of the world's most engaging tech sites, Slashdot.org! http://sdm.link/slashdot

Re: [Firebird-docs] FB firebird-3-developer-s-guide-relea

2018-04-12 Thread Mark Rotteveel
On 7-4-2018 10:37, Nico Latzer wrote: Hi Mark, many thanks for Your feedback. i made my first draft of example application and documentation available under http://home.mnet-online.de/nl/fb/ Thanks. As already indicated by Frank, it would be better to use fdb (or pyfirebirdsql),

Re: [Firebird-docs] FB firebird-3-developer-s-guide-relea

2018-04-10 Thread Frank Schlottmann-Gödde
Am 07.04.2018 um 10:37 schrieb Nico Latzer: Hi Mark, many thanks for Your feedback. i made my first draft of example application and documentation available under http://home.mnet-online.de/nl/fb/ Nice, but I would prefer to see fdb instead of the quite outdated kinterbasdb: eg.:

Re: [Firebird-docs] FB firebird-3-developer-s-guide-relea

2018-04-08 Thread Nico Latzer
Hi Mark, many thanks for Your feedback. i made my first draft of example application and documentation available under http://home.mnet-online.de/nl/fb/ On Wed, 28 Mar 2018 15:22:14 +0200 Mark Rotteveel wrote: > On 8-3-2018 20:22, Nico Latzer wrote: > > Hello all,

Re: [Firebird-docs] FB firebird-3-developer-s-guide-relea

2018-03-29 Thread Helen Borrie
Mark wrote: > On 8-3-2018 20:22, Nico Latzer wrote: >> Hello all, yesterday i browsed a little bit thru the newly published "FB 3 >> Developers Guide", >> and i found it very valuable and impressivly well done. NOw my question is, >> does it make sense to >> provide an additional application

Re: [Firebird-docs] FB firebird-3-developer-s-guide-relea

2018-03-28 Thread Mark Rotteveel
On 8-3-2018 20:22, Nico Latzer wrote: Hello all, yesterday i browsed a little bit thru the newly published "FB 3 Developers Guide", and i found it very valuable and impressivly well done. NOw my question is, does it make sense to provide an additional application example based on "Python