[fpc-pascal] Re: Interbase vs Firebird header translation
lacak at zoznam.sk
Fri Aug 17 14:58:48 CEST 2012
> Regarding FB2/FB3, FYI please note this snippet in the other thread: my
> post and Michael's reply:
>>> OT: that would be useful for another reason.
>>> Firebird 3 will introduce the BOOLEAN datatype and other innovations
>>> (encrypted connections, etc).
>>> Interbase has had BOOLEAN support for a while now.
>>> It would be nice to be able to support new functionality without
>>> sacrificing the ability to connect to older clients.
To be concrete: take as example BOOLEAN datat type:
#define SQL_BOOLEAN 32764 // new in Firebird 3.0
#define SQL_NULL 32766 // new in Firebird 2.5
Interbase 7.0 (For ESQL and DSQL programmers, we define the following
type in ibase.h:):
#define SQL_BOOLEAN 590 ... ;-))
So how we should update ibase60.inc ?
Add both ? (SQL_BOOLEAN_INTERBASE=590, SQL_BOOLEAN_FIREBIRD=32764 ...
and support both in one TIBConnection ... I expect, that data will be in
both cases as 0/1 signed short ) ... it seems to me easier!
Or split header files ... but then we must also create TFBConnection
(like TIBConnection) ? ... it seems to me more complicated ATM
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