[Ann] The Garage database driver API

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[Ann] The Garage database driver API

Guillermo Polito
Hi all,

I'm pleased to announce the release 0.1 of Garage, a database driver API. Garage is meant to be a common interface to access several database servers, in a JDBC style.

The current version works in Pharo3 and Pharo4 and includes drivers for:
 - mysql (pure smalltalk)
 - postgres (pure smalltalk)
 - sqlite (using ffi)
 - opendbx (allowing connecting with several db vendors, using ffi)

We have a nice test suite (that maybe you can help to enlarge) that is tested every day in Jenkins [1].

Also, in garage's website [2] you'll find
 - installation instructions
 - basic usage
 - documentation of features such as statements, transactions, cursored fetches.
 - issue tracker, backlog and other information

Feedback (and contributions) are very welcome!
Enjoy,
Guille

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Re: [Ann] The Garage database driver API

Tudor Girba-2
Thanks!

This kind of work can make a huge difference in our eco-system.

Cheers,
Doru

On Thu, May 7, 2015 at 11:36 AM, Guillermo Polito <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi all,

I'm pleased to announce the release 0.1 of Garage, a database driver API. Garage is meant to be a common interface to access several database servers, in a JDBC style.

The current version works in Pharo3 and Pharo4 and includes drivers for:
 - mysql (pure smalltalk)
 - postgres (pure smalltalk)
 - sqlite (using ffi)
 - opendbx (allowing connecting with several db vendors, using ffi)

We have a nice test suite (that maybe you can help to enlarge) that is tested every day in Jenkins [1].

Also, in garage's website [2] you'll find
 - installation instructions
 - basic usage
 - documentation of features such as statements, transactions, cursored fetches.
 - issue tracker, backlog and other information

Feedback (and contributions) are very welcome!
Enjoy,
Guille

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