Today first RC1 release is announced that many oss developers had been awaiting
MyFireGreSql 2.0 is based on code from mysql 6.0 ,firebird 3.0,postgresql 9.0
We needed a big shake up in open source database world and working on the common code base have it’s
advantages:Firebird and Postgresql borrowed from mysql’s speed , mysql used MVCC for it’s transactional engine (is based on firebird) .
SQL2003 is implemented in all three engines now that is published as standard
.So why working on a three SQL200X implementations when we could work only on one? , The project’s model is linux kernel
where vendors are using only one source code for their distributions (patched properly) but there is only one organization for working on the kernel osdl
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The results are in, and the voters have spoken. We’ve just tallied the
results for the 2006 SourceForge.net Community Choice Awards. The
results are impressive–more than 212,000 of you came to voice your
support for the projects nominated. Winners will be announced at the
Slashdot Lounge in the .ORG Pavilion at LinuxWorld Expo, Boston, on
April 5, and the complete list of winners will be posted on
SourceForge.net on April 6.
Meanwhile, you can view the complete list of nominees and read more
about the awards at:
That link tells of thieves attempting to steal a Koala. What idiots. Surely the only people who think Koalas are cuddly and nice are foreiners who couldn’t know any better.
Turns out, the Koala did so much damage to the would-be thieves that they abducted a fresh water crocodile instead 🙂
[Ed via Robin’s Aussie blog]
I said AGES ago I would post my todo list and the code. So, here it is!
Deployment Files Only (464Kb)
Full Source Code (604Kb)
It is only very basic. I have included the required DLL’s, although if you compile the source one using Delphi you won’t need them.
By downloading you agree to the following disclaimer:
This programme carries no warranties either implied or explicit. Use at your own risk. It was written by me as a personal challenge. It seemed to work when I ran it, but it might not work for you. It might also delete random files, send pornographic pictures to the president, crash you computer or cause space aliens to destroy the planet. Use it at your own risk and remember: if it’s not backed up, it’s not important.
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DRoster 2.2.1 provides businesses and organizations of all sizes and needs with the flexibility required to create unique schedules, rosters, and shifts. Driven by a rule-based engine, DRoster validates schedules and availability times instantly preventing costly and time-consuming clashes and errors in scheduling. It uses a standard Software industry database (Firebird) to enable integration of DRoster with other data sources and applications. More information here.
Knoda is a KDE database-frontend for DBase, Firebird, MSAccess, MySQL, Paradox, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and ODBC.Besides tables, views, and queries, it also handles forms
Release focus: Major feature enhancements
The main new feature is the improved query editor. It handles outer and inner joins (as far as the SQL server supports it). The drivers SQLITE3, SQLITE2, and MDB (MS Access) can compile without the need to install extra packages, so they are generally available. Many bugs are fixed.
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The Firebird Project is pleased to announce the release of the first release candidate of Firebird 2.0, for final testing. Download kits are available for Windows and Linux, including x64 Linux. However, due to hardware failure on the Windows build system, there will be initial delays in accessing the Win32 kits. Patience please!
We’ve uploaded several “get in touch” flash movies for the IB LogManager product family.
If you have never heard about IB LogManager or if you are fearly new to our IB LogManager product line, then they might get you started more efficiently.
Even experienced IB LogManager users might benefit from the following demos. If you want to give IB LogManager yourself a try, then feel free to download a trial version here:
It makes sense to watch them in the following order (watch the wrap!):
– Preparing a database (~ 5:35 min)
– Logging schema definition (~ 8:10 min)
– Browsing log data (~ 12:40 min)
– Productivity tools (~ 5:23 min)
– IBLMPump utility (~ 16:07 min)
– IBO Global DML caching (~ 8:57 min)
The font got a bit small. If you are using a higher resolution than 1024×768, then please give the following a try:
– Unpreparing a database (~ 1:24 min)
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