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R3-DBMS is now available for download

 [1/5] from: ptretter:hotm:ail at: 25-May-2010 18:22


I have now made R3-DBMS available for download at http://www.tretsoft.com/index.php/download_file/view/1/ R3-DBMS is a lightweight database management system. It was created to be a flexible foundation for database needs. What I mean by that it that it can be a springboard into other implementations. It can be embedded into your own R3 Applications. It is designed to provided the lowest layer (a core layer) for access to the file system. Security, Networking, SQL dialect, and more can be built as layers on top of the core. I hope to put some documentation online this weekend. Paul

 [2/5] from: edoconnor:gm:ail at: 25-May-2010 20:01


Congratulations on this early R3 app. On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 7:22 PM, Paul Tretter <ptretter-hotmail.com> wrote:

 [3/5] from: ptretter:hotm:ail at: 25-May-2010 20:03


Thanks Ed. It was just a port of an older R2 app. But great thing is that you can extend it and make it better and hope someone does and hopefully they include me. It has a BSD Style license so enjoy! Again, I hope to get some docs on it and explain the idea behind it a bit more. Paul

 [4/5] from: ptretter:hotma:il at: 30-May-2010 9:55


I have now added a documentation link for R3-DBMS for those interested. http://www.tretsoft.com/index.php/downloads/ From: Paul Tretter Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 6:22 PM To: rebolist-rebol.com Subject: R3-DBMS is now available for download I have now made R3-DBMS available for download at http://www.tretsoft.com/index.php/download_file/view/1/ R3-DBMS is a lightweight database management system. It was created to be a flexible foundation for database needs. What I mean by that it that it can be a springboard into other implementations. It can be embedded into your own R3 Applications. It is designed to provided the lowest layer (a core layer) for access to the file system. Security, Networking, SQL dialect, and more can be built as layers on top of the core. I hope to put some documentation online this weekend. Paul

 [5/5] from: nick:guitarz at: 30-May-2010 10:05


Thanks Paul! Quoting Paul Tretter <ptretter-hotmail.com>: