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Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of SQLynx

From: Loic Dachary
Subject: Re: [Savannah-hackers] submission of SQLynx
Date: Sat, 19 Jan 2002 11:47:32 +0100


        Please submit your project again including a pointer to the protocols
you mention (freetds is not enough). Also note that we refer to the operating
as GNU/Linux instead of Linux that's just the name of the kernel. 

        Thanks in advance,

address@hidden writes:
 > A package was submitted to
 > This mail was sent to address@hidden, address@hidden
 > Dave Coleman <address@hidden> described the package as follows:
 > License: gpl
 > Other License: I am quite unfamiliar with what is involved with selecting a 
 > license for my package.  If it is determined that the nature of my software 
 > is not suited to the license I have selected, please inform me of a wiser 
 > selection.
 > Package: SQLynx
 > System name: sqlynx
 > This package wants to apply for inclusion in the GNU project
 > In this age of hybrid networks and constant migration, the need exists for 
 > Linux systems to be able to communicate with non-native database servers.  
 > The goal of the SQLynx project is to create a Microsoft SQL Server 
 > compatible API, based on the FreeTDS API/protocol.  Care will be taken to 
 > implement class methods in a manner consistant with common \'recordset\' 
 > objects.  SQLynx should be compatible with any version of SQL server since 
 > the SyBase/Microsoft split.
 > This \'recordset\' object is developed/debuged and being used to connect to 
 > SQL server 7.0 from RedHat 7.1 in a manufacturing environment for data 
 > collection.
 > Information about \'freeTDS\' is available at

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