Re: Gamma?
Posted by: Umberto Ballestrazzi
Date: December 09, 2004 03:50PM

The only suggestion I can have is if MySql.Data is an evolution of ByteFX (or, if you expect that every ByteFX user will use MySql.Data) you could mantain compatibility. I mean parameters in connection string could enable new behaviours (and not new behaviours are enabled and to disable them I need to look for parameters).

And now stop suggestions and start opinions.

About parameters in .Net (Mono, Microsoft and Portable.Net) '?' are used for positional parameters while '@' for named parameters (but you know this :') ).
(Parameters are my nightmare, also with ByteFX 0.7.6 I had a problem because '@' are deleted from names)

Value types is a great evolution over java and other oo languages (but you also know this :') ). They are not in heap and handling is really faster. But we are speaking of uSec so this could be the latest improvement. Anyway actually for me is quite difficult to understand this change in this release. If inherithing from MySqlValue is an optimization/improvement IMHO you could make the whole step implementing it over a value type (I mean, MySqlValue is 'quite' empty and it could be an interface).


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