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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • When I started writing DBD::google, there was only one thing to go by: DBI::DBD, which gives a basic but servicable intro to writing a DBD. Since then, Takanori Kawai released DBD::Template, which provides a pretty good starting point, mostly (it seems) encapsulating the good advice from DBI::DBD.

    As far as SQL::Statement goes, I initially wrote DBD::google without it, but am rewriting it to subclass SQL::Parser and implement it's own feature set, which (SELECT-wise) is a superset of ANSI SQL, but in all other ways is extremely limited. Jeff Zucker (the SQL::Statement maintainer) tells me that the upcoming SQL::Statement version 1.006 will be even more amenable to subclassing that 1.005 is.

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    (darren)