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SQL client library for GNUstep (runtime library)

The SQLClient library is designed to provide a simple interface to SQL databases for GNUstep applications. It does not attempt the sort of abstraction provided by the much more sophisticated GDL2 library but rather allows applications to directly execute SQL queries and statements. Major features:

  • Simple API for executing queries and statements.
  • Simple API for combining multiple SQL statements into a single transaction.
  • Supports multiple simultaneous named connections to a database server in a thread-safe manner.
  • Supports multiple simultaneous connections to different database servers with backend driver bundles loaded for different database engines.
  • Configuration for all connections held in one place and referenced by connection name for ease of configuration control.
  • Thread safe operation.

Supported backend bundles are ECPG, Postgres, MySQL and SQLite.

This package contains the shared library and the supported bundles.



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Debian: Yavor Doganov <yavor@gnu.org>

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18 July 2014


License: lgpl-3.0+

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Date 2015-07-17
Source Debian
Source link http://packages.debian.org/sid/gnustep-sqlclient


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