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From:Octavian Rasnita Date:November 16 2002 5:51pm
Subject:Re: The Case Against Using the Microsoft .NET Framework in the MySQL Win32 Port
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Are you talking about Microsoft.net?

7. Most part of its interface is not accessible for the people with
dissabilities like Visual Studio 6.
...


Teddy,
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Raisch" <info@stripped>
To: "Joseph D. Wagner" <wagnerjd@stripped>; "MySQL Development"
<internals@stripped>
Cc: "MySQL Win32" <win32@stripped>
Sent: Saturday, November 16, 2002 7:45 AM
Subject: The Case Against Using the Microsoft .NET Framework in the MySQL
Win32 Port



1. Immature, unproven and unfinished technology platform
2. Restrictive platform licensing
3. Unknown security implications due to closed source,
shifting APIs and nonresponsive provider
4. Proprietary partially-published systems APIs
5. Provider's history of capriciously redefining APIs,
licensing and even industry standards to quash competition
6. Support implications of "remotely update-able" systems software

Not as exhaustively presented, but I'll bet far more convincing.

(filter fodder: sql,query,database,odbc)

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