sqlite in kdelibs

Adam Treat manyoso at yahoo.com
Sat Jan 22 22:43:05 GMT 2005

I second this.  Why don't we wait until Qt4 is released for chrissakes before lamenting the
inadequacy of SQL support.  No, wait a minute, how about _communicating_ any deficits that you see
in Qt4's SQL module _right now_, before plowing ahead insisting that no third party support will
ever be good enough.

--- Ian Reinhart Geiser <ian at geiseri.com> wrote:

> On Saturday 22 January 2005 17:09, Jaroslaw Staniek wrote:
> > KexiDBWidgets framework), I am almost sure that QtSQL can be wrapped as a
> > KexiDB plugin (hint: Kexi has been seriously developed/designed since early
> > 2003) and will still require less code and cleaner to provide the same
> > effect.
> There is no logical reason to invent QtSQL over again.  KDE 4 will rely on Qt 
> 4.  Qt 4 has QtSQL in it, with many new powerful features.  Kexi will be 
> redundant as a framework, but maybe not as an app.   I am sure you think kexi 
> is cool, heck i think most of the things i write are cool too.  But the fact 
> remains QtSQL can do it, so why bother adding another layer of complexity.
> Reinventing the wheel over and over again is fun, its a neat academic 
> exercise, but i think this is getting silly.  There is not rational reason 
> SQLite or Kexi deps in KDE libs.  Qt offers the encapsulation we need, and 
> Qt4 will even prove more features.
> Cheers
> 	-ian reinhart geiser
> -- 
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