Projects / DBIx::Frame


DBIx::Frame is an extension of the standard DBI perl module, designed around MySQL, used to create and maintain frameworks for databases. It has query logging and a standardized interface for SQL statements like 'update' and 'insert' that doesn't require understanding SQL. Ideally, the user or developer shouldn't have to know SQL to be able to administer a database; this does require a special setup which isn't necessarily easy to create.


Recent releases

  •  27 May 2004 01:27

    Release Notes: Minor changes to DBIx::Frame::CGI (mostly bugfixes and HTML changes), documentation changes all around, and modifications in the scripts to match what has been done with the TCB database suite.

    •  22 Oct 2003 14:40

      Release Notes: The module was renamed to DBIx::Frame. New fields were added for default sorting behavior, required columns, and "administrative" columns that users shouldn't see. Some speed and customizability enhancements were made. A variety of small bugs were fixed. select_multi() was added for multi-table selections.

      •  04 Mar 2002 17:58

        Release Notes: Minor bugfixes, and a license change to "UIUC Open Source License" (almost, but not quite, the BSD license).

        •  21 Aug 2001 17:30

          Release Notes: A good Web interface with DBI::Frame::CGI was created. The attempt to resolve the licencing issues has been temporarily abandoned.

          Recent comments

          27 Oct 2003 12:02 tskirvin

          Re: Suggest renaming DBI::Frame to DBIx::Frame

          > I'd consider changing the name to
          > DBIx::Frame to keep with this
          > standards.


          21 Aug 2001 17:53 tlowery

          Suggest renaming DBI::Frame to DBIx::Frame

          Normally Tim Bunce (the author of DBI) requires/requests all add-on packages to use the DBIx::* namespace.

          I'd consider changing the name to DBIx::Frame to keep with this standards.


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