Simple Access Berkeley DB Using STLdb4

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STLdb4 makes C++ programming with the Berkeley DB simpler and more effective.
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STLdb4 looks good but seems a pain to compile

Rich20B's picture

Having read the article STLdb4 looks very good, though trying to get it compiled and installed is a pain.

If anybody else is having problems then I've written my experiences of compiling on Debian Etch here: http://www.richardbishop.net/wpress/?p=23

Nice!

Anonymous's picture

After reading this article, I have been using STLdb4, and am very pleased with it! It could use a few touchups, but since you can
always get the raw BerkeleyDB pointer there's nothing I haven't been
able to accomplish yet. *SO* much nicer to work with than the existing C++ implementation. Good job!

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