ANNOUNCE: Tangram 1.00 + Website 
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 ANNOUNCE: Tangram 1.00 + Website

I have just uploaded version 1.00 of Tangram to CPAN. You can obtain
it from your favorite CPAN mirror (it should get there soon) or
directly from the Tangram website (see below).

Tangram is an object-relational mapper. It makes objects persist in
relational databases, and provides powerful facilities for retrieving
and filtering them.  Tangram fully supports object-oriented
programming, including polymorphism, multiple inheritance and
collections.  It does so in an orthogonal fashion, that is, it doesn't
require your classes to implement support functions nor inherit from a
utility class.

Changes in this version
deploy() now also works directly on DBI handles
deploy() allows specification of SQL types via the schema hash
intrusive collections allow element-to-container navigation
improved speed of read_object
fixed various bugs
rewrote part of, and expanded documentation

Tangram has a website now! Nothing fancy, but you may browse the 3,000
lines of docs there (an excellent way of getting a feel of Tangram if
you're a potential new user). I have also set up a mailing list. Like
everything else on the www, it's still under construction, but it's a
beginning. Here's the URL:



VLR             Jean-Louis Leroy
 F               http://www.*-*-*.com/

Wed, 24 Apr 2002 03:00:00 GMT  
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