NodeJS C++ client node-firebird-libfbclient v.0.0.16 updated with Firebird events removal fixes
Firebird C++ NodeJS module node-firebird-libfbclient updated with Firebird events removal fixes .
Thanks to Jacob Alberty .
node-firebird-libfbclient v0.0.10 updated for #nodejs v0.10.x
Node C++ Module for Firebird is updated in git repository and is already pushed to npm
It can be compiled now with node v10.x with node-gyp instead of waf
git clone it
if you want to install it from npm
npm install firebird
SOCI -The C++ Database Access Library 3.2.2 released with Firebird fixes
From: Mateusz Loskot I'm very pleased to announce release of SOCI 3.2.2 which is mainly a bugfix release with some improvements and features too. The source packages are available for download from SF.net: https://sourceforge.net/projects/soci/files/soci/soci-3.2.2/ or directly from the Git repository in 3.2.2 tag: https://github.com/SOCI/soci/tree/3.2.2 By the way, all packages and tags are also available from automatically generated releases at GitHub (new feature): https://github.com/SOCI/soci/releases Documentation for the current 3.2 line is available at http://soci.sourceforge.net/doc.html Version 3.2.2 differs from 3.2.1 in the following ways: ... - Firebird -- Enable memory cleanup to avoid leaks after binding -- Added missing C++ library headers -- Added get_affected_rows() support for bulk operations -- Fixed compilation with VS2008 -- Fixed building tests with the backend built as DLL.
SplendidCRM on FirebirdSQL demo page and Database structure
SplendidCRM (version C# of SugarCRM) is ported from MSSQL over to
It is in a “testable” debug version on this url http://zeos.tetrasys.eu
username : user
password : user
This changes from the usual will/will 🙂
It is the “community” version and I would like to have your feedback on their added value in a CRM, before carrying over the enterprise modules.
Two precision/information points:
1) One is on a small DSL in Finland, so your GSM has more disponibility and bandwidth
2) the data structure is available for viewing here http://blog.tetrasys.eu/zeos-firebirdsql-structure.aspx
Your comments are welcome 🙂
I will add one more comment from the Firebird porter :
Thanks to Firebird, the memory and processing space has been reduced with two thirds when migrated from MSSQL to FirebirdSQL.
Why don’t everybody switch over to Firebird? 🙂
DotNet Provider is Dropping (pure) .NET 2.0 support and Switching to C# 5 compiler
Wt, a C++ Web Toolkit supports Firebird
Wt (pronounced as witty) is a C++ library for developing web applications and from now it supports Firebird for back-end
Microsoft Access killer : LibreOffice Base + Firebird
There is a discussion on the libreoffice-dev about replacing the HSQLDB default database used in libre base with something better and faster than the java based solution:)
* SQLite vs. HSQLDB for base (Lionel)
+ SQLite very sloppy typing can cause serious problems cf.
+ no date/time datatype.
=> perhaps not a good idea to switch to sqlite longer term
+ without tons of special casing, get lots of
nasty bugs outside string, float
+ a new candidate with sane licensing, sane language,
and code size required – thinking ongoing.
+ our best shot might be firebird
+ MPL license variant
+ feature set looks good
Update : Firebird Driver and Embedded version merged and integreated into LibreOffice git master
New alpha of IBPP (c++ driver) V3 before week end
News via Olivier Mascia twitter account
I feel like I might well release some new alpha of #IBPP V3 before week end… Only Linux tweaks would be needed before real beta…
Using Embedded Firebird Database In .Net Projects
This post will show an example of using an embedded firebird database in .NET/C# projects.