GDL2: the GNUstep Database Library

Deal with your relational databases with a cross-platform, object-oriented layer that takes the hassle out of Model-View-Controller application development.

Once the AppController files are modified, proceed with the creation of the GNUmakefile, used to compile our application, and the InventoryInfo.plist file, used to specify the application name, description and the name of the main Gorm file to load upon startup. Listings 3 and 4 show the content of those files.

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Re: GDL2: the GNUstep Database Library

langles's picture

Interesting article.

At this moment, this site at this link doesn't seem to exist:

MySQL EOF Adaptor: http://mysqleoadaptor.sourceforge.net

And for the Python-inclined, there is a EOF-inspired Object-Relational database bridge called "Modeling" at:

http://modeling.sourceforge.net

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