[Dbix-class] [OT][ANNOUNCE] SQL Generation with SQL::DB
Matt S Trout
dbix-class at trout.me.uk
Mon Sep 17 18:37:15 GMT 2007
On Mon, Sep 17, 2007 at 11:17:07AM +0200, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> On Wed Sep 12, 2007 at 05:25:20PM +0100, Matt S Trout wrote:
> > On Thu, Sep 06, 2007 at 08:07:14PM +0200, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> > >
> > > Bitwise operators can be overloaded with Perl's overload.pm which is how
> > > SQL::DB (and Tangram, where I first saw this approach) do their magic.
> > > Unfortunately their big brothers (&&,||,not,and,or) cannot be overloaded.
> > There is a solution to this. If you'd be interested in folding the
> > work you've done on SQL::DB into a shared project I'll be happy to
> > work with you on implementing it for that :)
> Quid pro quo eh? It is a bit hard to say if I'm interested in 'folding
> SQL::DB' into a shared project without knowing anything about what the
> shared project would be.
> As I said in the beginning, I wrote / am writing SQL::DB to satisfy my
> own goals, not the wider community's. Of course there is probably a
> certain degree of overlap (hence the GPL license and public announcement)
> and if what I've written is worth something then great, of course I
> see the benefits over an individual doing his own thing.
> However if the community's goals are too different, or if the direction
> diverges far from where I would like things to go, then, as is natural,
> my interest would be less strong. On a more a practical level I've become
> quite fond of Cogito/git... and would kind of hate to have to give that
> up :-/
Well, the object is to have a shared middle AST that could have multiple
front and backends written for it, thus allowing many people's goals to
be achieved in independent projects while maintaining interoperability.
> Make some concrete suggestions.
Here's one: first, read the discussion so far in the list archive. Then
make some concrete comments to the existing suggestions :)
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