Mark Wiesemann | 1 Jan 11:00 2006
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Re: (Pear DB) any way to instert more than 4000 chars in a CLOB column ?

Lukas Smith wrote:

> The problem similar to the situation with DB_DataObject (which has MDB2 
> support these days). Alot of what DB_Table tries to solve is already 
> solved in MDB2 (often in a cleaner way, since it tries harder to find 
> equivalent native functionality instead of doing a lowest common 
> denominator - aka userland emulation).
> 
> The effort should be fairly minimal though. The end result will likely 
> be similar to DB_DataObject. It will work and it will not be an inferior 
> solution (maybe slightly superior) however if really sells MDB2 way short.
> 
> Anyways .. here you go:
> http://pear.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=6384

Thanks for the patch so far, I'll have a deeper look into it after 
getting more familiar with MDB2 in the next days.

Regards,
Mark

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Lukas Smith | 1 Jan 11:45 2006
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Re: (Pear DB) any way to instert more than 4000 charsin a CLOB column ?

Mark Wiesemann wrote:

>> Anyways .. here you go:
>> http://pear.php.net/bugs/bug.php?id=6384
> 
> Thanks for the patch so far, I'll have a deeper look into it after 
> getting more familiar with MDB2 in the next days.

I can also send you a unified diff as I keep forgetting to do that by 
default.

regards,
Lukas

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Mark Wiesemann | 1 Jan 12:00 2006
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Re: (Pear DB) any way to instert more than 4000 charsin a CLOB column ?

Lukas Smith wrote:

> I can also send you a unified diff as I keep forgetting to do that by 
> default.

Yes, please do so.

Mark

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Olivier Mansour | 1 Jan 15:29 2006
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Re: (Pear DB) any way to instert more than 4000 chars in a CLOB column ?


Le 31 déc. 05 à 16:02, Lukas Smith a écrit :

> Olivier Mansour wrote:
>> Le 30 déc. 05 à 17:00, Daniel Convissor a écrit :
>>> On Fri, Dec 30, 2005 at 04:11:24PM +0100, Olivier Mansour wrote:
>>>>
>>>> With Pear DB and regular insert into sql I am limited to 4000
>>>> characters. Any simple way to deal with that ?
>>>
>>> Or switch to MDB2, the new and improved abstraction layer.
>> If I could I would ;-) !
>
> Whats stopping you?

Mostly time was missing, so I used an horrible hack with oci  
functions .... :-( temporary

Actually we are working of a large piece of software (SPIP-Agora :  
http://www.agora.gouv.fr) wich is already operating lot of the french  
government web sites (like http://www.premier-ministre.gouv.fr/ or  
http://www.travail.gouv.fr/). It's using DB but, as MDB2 seems to me  
very interessing in many ways, I am thinking to switch to it.

Thanks for the code below and happy new year !

regards
Olivier

> I have created patches for most (all?) PEAR packages that currently  
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bertrand Gugger | 2 Jan 06:16 2006

[Fwd: Re: CVS Account Request: timj]

Could gods make the pear aware of such give over ?

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: CVS Account Request: timj
Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2006 10:05:03 -0600
From: cellog <at> php.net (Greg Beaver)
To: Tim Jackson <tim <at> timj.co.uk>
CC: internals <at> lists.php.net
Newsgroups: php.internals
References: <cvs-account-1658 <at> php.net>

Tim Jackson wrote:
> To commit a new PEAR package forked from the existing PEAR package, PEAR_Command_Packaging. This has
been agreed with the existing maintainer Greg (CVS ID cellog) who told me to fill in this form, ask for karma
for pear/PEAR_Command_Packaging, and ask it to be created.

verified, thanks

Greg

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bertrand Gugger | 2 Jan 09:40 2006

[PEPr] Console::Console_Extend deleted


bertrand Gugger (http://pear.php.net/user/toggg) has deleted the proposal for Console::Console_Extend.

The reason for that is:

nobody interested

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bertrand Gugger | 2 Jan 09:41 2006

[PEPr] Benchmarking::Benchmark_Resources deleted


bertrand Gugger (http://pear.php.net/user/toggg) has deleted the proposal for Benchmarking::Benchmark_Resources.

The reason for that is:

nobody interested

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bertrand Gugger | 2 Jan 09:42 2006

[PEPr] Database::DB_DataObject_Transaction deleted


bertrand Gugger (http://pear.php.net/user/toggg) has deleted the proposal for Database::DB_DataObject_Transaction.

The reason for that is:

No interest

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bertrand Gugger | 2 Jan 10:09 2006

time result as float

Bonjour,
I took over Benchmark froom sebastian
as I want to use it, I'm stuck with results presented as srings
also some messages indicate it's not php5 compatible
if no complain I will commit the private array of results as float. 
(bcmath there is idiot)
The  getOutput() and display() methods shoul not be affected.
Any thought ?
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Christoph Luetjen | 2 Jan 12:11 2006
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[PEPr] Proposal for HTML::DocumentDependencies


Christoph Luetjen (http://pear.php.net/user/cluetjen) proposes HTML::DocumentDependencies.

You can find more detailed information here:
 http://pear.php.net/pepr/pepr-proposal-show.php?id=338

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