[Mono-list] Review of mono's ADO.NET
27 May 2003 18:40:17 +0200
On Tue, 2003-05-27 at 18:03, Reggie Burnett wrote:
> Though I haven't had a lot of time lately to update it, I have been the
> general maintainer of the MySQL provider named ByteFX.Data. It is pure C#
> and has been accepted has the replacement for the original Mono.Data.MySql
> provider (which used libmysql.so)
What're the motivations that conduced you to implement a provider in
Isn't it more difficult to mantain than the wrapper over
Is ByteFX still believing in this project?
Is the right man power allocated for this project?
What kind of maturity has MySQLNEt reached?
Thanks in advice
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> > Subject: [Mono-list] Review of mono's ADO.NET
> > Hi all,
> > I'm a student at computer engineering at university of genoa (italy); me
> > and other 2 students are starting a review of the work that has been
> > done on the implementation of ADO.NET.
> > In particular we are interested in the support that mono's ADO.NET has
> > for the MySQL and PostreSQL databases.
> > I've already read the info on mono's site about the data providers for
> > those dbs, I want to ask if Rodrigo Moya and Daniel Morgan are the right
> > people for us, aren't them?
> > Our job is the base for a project of porting some applications from MS
> > .NET + SQL Server to the linux OS and MySQL or pgsql.
> > If you have some suggestions or ideas for us I'll be happy to discuss
> > with you.
> > I'll stay subscribed to this list at least to the completion of my job.
> > Thanks in advice.
> > --
> > Marco Canini <email@example.com>
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