2009-January Archive by Thread

Messages are ordered newest-to-oldest in this index. The newest threads will be at the top of this page, the oldest will be at the bottom.

Within a single thread, the first mail note is the START of the thread; the notes following that are in the chronological order of when they were received. So globally, newest messages are at the top, but within a thread, the oldest (the start of the thread) is at the top.

If you think about it, it is confusing. Just go with the flow and everything will be all right.

  • [gnome-db] jdbc compile problem, Mark Johnson
  • [gnome-db] String escaping question, Johannes Schmid
  • [gnome-db] double-free problem in postgres provider, Johannes Schmid
  • [gnome-db] Obama -- The Judas Goat, Lawrence Auster
  • [gnome-db] Holder names, Johannes Schmid
  • [gnome-db] Wake Up World! Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss, Christophe Fergeau
  • [gnome-db] INSERT statement with binary data, Johannes Schmid
  • [gnome-db] Libgda 3.99.9 released, Vivien Malerba
  • [gnome-db] Latest libgda breaks anjuta, Johannes Schmid
  • [gnome-db] libgda4 build error if sqlite3 installed, John Hein
  • [gnome-db] Libgda 3.99.8, Vivien Malerba
  • [gnome-db] index exists, Piotr Pokora
  • [gnome-db] mergeant build broken?, Adam Dingle
  • Re: [gnome-db] Auto-updated GdaMetaStore?, Armin Burgmeier
  • Re: [gnome-db] API Break Request for gda_insert_row_into_table, Vivien Malerba
  • [gnome-db] Request future for gda_connnection_batch_execute, Daniel Espinosa

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