[Seaside] Anyone using Glorp (or ROE or ?) w/ MySQL?

Avi Bryant avi.bryant at gmail.com
Sun Jan 22 05:16:26 CET 2006

On Jan 21, 2006, at 6:13 PM, Rick F. wrote:
> In reviewing the O-R mapping sorts of layers (for lack of a better  
> term), they make things look really
> nice and I'd love to use one but I'd prefer to use it with MySQL if  
> possible.. If nobody has GLORP working
> with it, perhaps MySQL 4.x would work with ROE as an alternative?   
> I don't know much about ROE unfortuantely
> other than what I read on Avi's blog if I recall.

ROE relies very heavily on subselects, which makes me think that  
using it with MySQL would probably be a bit painful - I know that  
recent versions of MySQL do support subselects to some degree, but I  
don't think they're optimized anywhere near to the level that they  
are in Postgres.


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