git clone it
if you want to install it from npm
npm install firebird
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 (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? 🙂
* 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
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…
This post will show an example of using an embedded firebird database in .NET/C# projects.
Some time ago I’ve written a portal in pure PHP for controlling test laboratory of C# applications. The whole testing process is based on a framework of our own production.