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[joomla] joomla Digest, Vol 10, Issue 1

Keayi Cora jessica at xanthus.net
Mon Nov 14 16:48:44 EST 2005


Hey, Mitch,

Thanks for all the wonderful works!!

I am wondering if Joomla! can use adodb as database abstract layer for 
future development and about to take a closer look, and here comes your 
email!

We are currently use MySQL 4.0 and 4.1 for production, a new project 
will be out soon with MySQL 5.

Joomla! with PostgreSQL is certainly a PLUS, since it's another true 
enterprise level open source project.


Thanks again!  Cheers!

Best,

Keayi Cora



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>Date: Mon, 14 Nov 2005 10:22:17 -0500
>From: Mitch Pirtle <mitch.pirtle at gmail.com>
>Subject: [joomla] Joomla!, databases, and you
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>Hi folks,
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>Been quiet over here, as we are finally kicking the 1.1 release into
>alpha and that means (drumroll) that it is time to start work on 1.2
>:-D
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>That means I'd like to get some feedback from you on what your
>environments are, and what databases you would like to see supported
>by the core.
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>1.2 has our newfangled database connector approach, where each
>database gets a native driver. Right now we are planning on providing
>drivers for mysql, mysqli, and postgresql.
>
>With that in mind, I got two questions for you:
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>1) If you are using MySQL, what version are you using in your
>production environment?
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>2) Beyond MySQL, what other database(s) do you need support for?
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>Looking forward to your feedback, and excited to be getting this work underway!
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>--
>Mitch Pirtle
>Joomla! Core Developer
>Open Source Matters
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