mysql scheme port
[1/8] from: louisaturk:eudoramail at: 18-Mar-2001 15:48
Is this a special edition of mysql modified to work with rebol? Will it run on Windows 2000? Is mysql difficult to learn? Louis At 02:06 PM 3/18/2001 -0600, you wrote:
[2/8] from: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 18-Mar-2001 23:46
----- Original Message ----- From: "Dr. Louis A. Turk" <[louisaturk--eudoramail--com]> To: <[rebol-list--rebol--com]> Sent: Sunday, March 18, 2001 10:48 PM Subject: [REBOL] Re: mysql scheme port
> Is this a special edition of mysql modified to work with rebol?
No, it is not. You have basically two ways of how to work with mySQL (or even other SQL databases) in general - 1) direct access - it would require Rebol to have mySQL "driver" inside, but it is not the case even with Linux Command. You could also use Command's ability to call libraries ... 2) some of SQL database servers listen on TCP port, which is the case with mySQL too. So - nenad has created mySQL TCP scheme. You can use it with Core for free of course. The question is - how fast it can be in comparison to PHP based solutions. You have to remember though, that you can run Core only in form of CGI, as Rebol Apache module is not released yet .... As for learning mySQL in particular - I don't know .... If you are already familiar with database systems in general - should not be much of a problem imo. Other case is if you would like to set-up and maintain mySQL server yourself .... -pekr- Will it
[3/8] from: warp::reboot::ch at: 18-Mar-2001 23:54
I agree 8) thank you DocKimbel .Will Arp
[4/8] from: dockimbel:free at: 18-Mar-2001 20:02
Will Arp wrote:
> Hello I would be very interested in any progress on dockimbel's mysql > scheme.
A new scheme version is ready. It's much more robust and reliable and supports new features. Just have to update the docs and it will be ready to release this week. Regards, DocKimbel.
[5/8] from: ralph:abooks at: 18-Mar-2001 14:22
You're a good man, DocKimbel!
[6/8] from: ptretter:norcom2000 at: 18-Mar-2001 14:06
Yes he is. :)
[7/8] from: g:santilli:tiscalinet:it at: 20-Mar-2001 13:31
Petr Krenzelok wrote:
> No, it is not. You have basically two ways of how to work with mySQL (or > even other SQL databases) in general - 1) direct access - it would require > Rebol to have mySQL "driver" inside, but it is not the case even with Linux > Command. You could also use Command's ability to call libraries ... 2) some > of SQL database servers listen on TCP port, which is the case with mySQL > too.
Actually, MySQL always uses TCP/IP. There is no "direct" access (if not maybe using Unix sockets, but this is not the case for Windows and I didn't check if MySQL actually supports them; anyway, they would be accessible by REBOL too). Regards, Gabriele. -- Gabriele Santilli <[giesse--writeme--com]> - Amigan - REBOL programmer Amiga Group Italia sez. L'Aquila -- http://www.amyresource.it/AGI/
[8/8] from: warp:reboot:ch at: 15-Mar-2001 3:45
Hello I would be very interested in any progress on dockimbel's mysql scheme. Maybe someone has something also for Postgresql ? Thanks a lot 8) Will Arp
> From: Nenad Rakocevic <[dockimbel--free--fr]>