Lowden, James K
LowdenJK at bernstein.com
Wed Apr 30 14:42:16 EDT 2003
> From: Thompson, Bill D (London) [mailto:ThompBil at exchange.uk.ml.com]
> Sent: April 30, 2003 12:01 PM
> I am pretty sure that after these changes, it will be
> possible to free the
> result structure(s) at the proper time, and not when a query
> is submitted.
You don't know how happy I am to hear you say that. I tripped on that in
dealing with TDSCOLINFO stuff in bcp.c.
> I was holding back on finishing these changes until James is
> finished and
> the code settles down a bit after the charset changes....
I hope to commit compilable, minimally working code this weekend, so we can
synch up. I think it's important to keep you informed of data structure and
header changes. I don't expect my other changes (e.g. in bcp.c) to matter
very much to you; I'm trying to make them transparent.
It's 90% done, so there's only 90% more to go, you know.
"minimally working" means unit tests work for ASCII and UTF-8 clients
against a TDS 7.0 server. Beyond that lies finding corner cases, which you
might as well be a part of. :-) Further down the road is UCS-2 clients
and/or UTF-8 servers, but these are both generalization problems. The data
structures we have now should (famous last words...) suffice.
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