From: John K. Hinsdale <hin@al...> - 2002-06-21 21:21:09
> if your major concern is a native Oracle interface why don't you use
> CMUCL with UncommonSQL <http://ww.telent.net/cliki/UncommonSQL>? This
> basically is the vendor independent layer you are looking for.
> (CLSQL <http://clsql.med-info.com/> is even more "neutral" because it
Right; I looked at this - it is probably where I ultimately want to
be. I passed it over as I really would like to use CLISP (for
unrelated reasons, incl. it will run on Win32). So that is why I was
considering the interip solution of making a bare-bones direct layer
to Oracle for CLISP. I've got a specific project in mind w/ a
> UFFI support for CLISP and integration of CLSQL with UncommonSQL is
> in the works - see the mailing list archives - but it's not there yet.)
This would be better and ultimately make what I'm proposing obsolete.
> you could also buy the LispWorks Enterprise Edition
Alas, I'm still in proof-of-concept mode so I doubt I can get my
organization to pay for that.
I'll let the list know how it pans out. Thanks for your comments.
John Hinsdale, Alma Mater Software, Inc., Tarrytown, NY 10591-3710 USA
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