[xquery-talk] new adapters
whoschek at lbl.gov
Thu Nov 25 08:06:57 PST 2004
I couldn't agree more.
My own bumblebee adapter is commented out because of that.
The test suite data is by now also out of date.
bumblebee is appreciated - it helps, but for it to keep being useful it
itself needs to keep up with the pace of change, being actively
maintained and updated. Would probably be a lot easier and more dynamic
if open sourced.
On Nov 24, 2004, at 3:55 AM, Michael Kay wrote:
> Open source developers would be much more ready to provide up-to-date
> adapters for bumblebee if bumblebee were itself open source!
> Michael Kay
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: talk-bounces at xquery.com
>> [mailto:talk-bounces at xquery.com] On Behalf Of Mauro Maiorca
>> Sent: 24 November 2004 10:52
>> To: talk at xquery.com
>> Subject: [xquery-talk] new adapters
>> hello everyboy,
>> i'm writing my final thesis (computer science) about XMLs' native
>> databases and i'm using an evaluation version of bumblebee to compare.
>> But, i see, adapters for all XQuery open-source engines are
>> out of date.
>> Just putting .jar files of new releases of XML-databasese in
>> /lib/ext of
>> bumblebee is not enough! needs new adapter, i suppose, right?
>> where i could found new adapters? i have to implement by myslf?
>> another question: i didn't found evaluating version of
>> Cerisent and Ipedo,
>> someone know where could i fount these?
>> eventually a little suggestion: in my thesis i'm analyzing eXist
>> (eXist.sourceforge.net) and seems a valid XML native DBMS opensource,
>> Wolfgang Meier the leader of project wrote an adapter for
>> bumblebee, why
>> not include that in standard release of bumblebee?
>> Mauro Maiorca
>> talk at xquery.com
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