il 7 Jun 2003 08:52:01 GMT, Marek Janukowicz
<childNOSPAM / t17.ds.pwr.wroc.pl> ha scritto::


>I'm writing such a library too ;) It's not yet released, but hopefully
>will be soon. It is modelled basing on Enterprise Objects Framework
>(Java), so it aims to be bigger and more complete than yours, I think :)


>Features: 
>- totally database independence: no sql is used in application - sql
>queries are created using "qualifiers" and converted to sql using
>adaptors - all you need to do is to write database-specific adaptor
>(which is trivial and sometimes even not necessary, if the generic
>adaptor works well with the database). My goal is to make it as db
>independent as EOF is - switching to another RDBMS will require only
>changing one line in config file and generating new schema in database.

this sounds really interesting.. what can I say.. release fast release
often, as someone said told long time ago ;)

Possibly someone could even take a look at mephle, I suppose it offers
object persistency someway