But here's a quick personal take:
* Turn invalid the JDBC 4.0 "Ease of Development API" by kicking the living snot out of it.
* Make laughable the Microsoft DLINQ API.
* Bring to the enterprise the ways of Ruby without ActiveRecord.
* Remain a good neighbour to Spring, Hibernate and our other friends in the open source community.
PS: Note the smiley.
Is there a road map for 3.0 yet? It'd be cool to see :)
On 8/14/06, Gwyn Evans <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 13/08/06, Clinton Begin < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > The good news is that I'm on vacation. The bad news is that I spent the
> > last 6 hours watching the first two extended edition Lord of the Rings
> > movies while implementing the Multiple ResultSet support.
> As a result, to enable it, just set the attribute "RingBearer" to true
> in your sqlmap...
> > That said, with 2.2.0 out, I fully expect the next major version to be 3.0.
> but, taking a lead from Peter Jackson, versions 3.1 & 3.2 will be
> developed in parallel with it...
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