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Lines of code don't matter as long as I'm not writing them.

Portability? You can go all the way from SQLite through PostgreSQL through Oracle (we've done it) with Class::DBI. How much more portable do you want to be? Flat files? {grin}

I won't be interested in your project unless you can give me better reasons than that. In fact, I'd actively discourage you from inventing your own shiny wheel, while not contributing to Class::DBI if you feel something is missing there.

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker
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In reply to •Re^3: DB persistence framework for Perl Classes by merlyn
in thread DB persistence framework for Perl Classes by gmpassos

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