[Xerte-dev] Re: PHP compatibility
reijnders at tor.nl
Tue Oct 15 19:36:08 BST 2013
I already formulated my wish to be able to use more db engines than only
I am willing to spend some time on it. Not sure how far I will get. But,
I simply think that we can't afford to simply formulate our wishes and
expect it to be implemented.
That doesn;t mean that we shouldn't formulate our wishes.
David Goodwin schreef op 15-10-2013 19:12:
> On 15 Oct 2013, at 18:04, Tom Reijnders <reijnders at tor.nl
> <mailto:reijnders at tor.nl>> wrote:
>> I understand where you are coming from, and I understand your
>> reasoning. But I respectfully disagree.
>> This is just a typical re-factoring which we will be obliged to do
>> from time to time. No new functionality involved, perhaps new
>> The question is more MySQLi vs. PDO. Or a more generic approach Like
>> David Goodwin used for authentication. We don't do anything fancy
>> with the database.
> ( See also my previous email)
> I think someone needs to start from stating the requirements (do you
> just want to stick to using MySQL/MariaDB) or do you need to support
> e.g. SQLite (or whatever).
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