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Zild Database Library implements a small and easy to use database API with an easy to use API. Here are some key features of "Zild
Zild Database Library implements a small and easy to use database API with an easy to use API.
Here are some key features of "Zild Database Library":
ability to connect to multiple database systems
zero runtime configuration
ability to connect using a URL scheme
thread-safe connection pooling.
ANSI-C Compiler and Build System
You will need an ANSI-C compiler installed to build the library.
The GNU C compiler (GCC) from the Free Software Foundation (FSF) is recommended. In addition, your PATH must contain basic build tools such as make and flex.
This Software supports the following database systems,
- MySQL - version 4.1 or above
- SQLite - version 3.0 or above
Client libraries for at least one of these database systems, must be installed on the host on which this Software will be built.
This library utilize the GNU auto-tools and provided the requirements above are satisfied, building the library is conducted via the standard;
Use ./configure --help for build and install options. By default, the library is built with support for SQLite and MySQL. You may change this with the --with-=no options to ./configure. E.g.
To verify the library and run unit tests, do 'make verify'. You may also want to take a look at the test, test/pool.c, for examples on how to use the library.
Note that unit tests cannot be built if the following configure switches was used; --enable-protected and --enable-zild. These switches are used respectively for package protect non-api objects in the library and for usage with the zild application server.
What's New in This Release:
PostgreSQL support was added to the library.
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