> I am indeed extremely pleased with the announcement of PocoData. I have been pushing for it for a long time and finally it is here. From what I have seen in documentation, it is (as usual) a well designed piece of code. Well done.
> Few questions/suggestions:
> 1) AFAIK PocoData is OS. If so, where can the code be found?
Jep, it is. Currently in the pipeline for a code review, then it will be released.
> 2) Some ideas in PocoData were taken from SOCI. It would be appropriate to give due credit to Maciej & Co for some really good ideas. AFAICT there is none in the docs.
Some? well, make that a plenty (:wink:). They have really created a beautiful, nice interface for SQL, we just extended that a bit and provided our own implementation.
Though I planned to do more detailed comparison of the two implementations/interfaces (there are some parts which we handle differently than SOCI, especially collections),
I've added a short Credits statements to the Wiki. Knowing me, I'll probably never find the time to do that long version.
> 3) In the docs, I have noticed some remnants of "spaced brackets" style such as std::vector < std::string > which conflicts with coding style
Noted and will be taken care of.
> Edit: 4) Is there any chance/plans for Foundation::Tuple and support for it in PocoData?
Foundation::Tuple???? throw Brain::NullPointerException("don't know what you mean")
> Other than the above, I am quite pleased with what I have seen so far and I look forward to get my hands on the code :-)
And I look fwd for your dataconnectors implementations (:biggrin:)