[Lazarus] Lazarus, Jedi etc.
reinierolislagers at gmail.com
Tue Jul 16 11:22:44 CEST 2013
On 16-7-2013 11:17, Henry Vermaak wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 16, 2013 at 08:33:45AM +0000, Mark Morgan Lloyd wrote:
>> If it really is so bad, why have so many developers- in particularly
>> web developers- clasped it to their bosom?
> Probably not, no, given that it's used by wikipedia, google, twitter,
> etc. It just seems like Graeme and Michael are complaining that it
> doesn't default to strict mode (i.e. traditional mode in mysql
> parlance). Lots of credibility lost if people rant about something that
> they can actually configure the way they like.
Would you happen to know how those people programmed their backends?
Using the crummy code mentioned in the thread or code that expects RDBMS
There's lots of whacky code out there that still is used in production,
and patched endlessly whenever the next error pops up. Doesn't mean it's
a good idea to go down that path.
That said, I agree about the configuring+ranting part, but I'm not sure
to what level of strictness you can actually configure MySQL. And I'm
not interested enough to find out - Firebird suits me just fine.
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