Michael Simpson wrote:
> I have just posted some source code
> at https://sourceforge.net/projects/qsqlcodegen
> This code illustrates just about everything you would want to do with
> a Sqlite database. The code scans an existing sqlite file and
> generates source code for inclusion into your own projects. I've used
> this code on a number of my own projects so it is pretty well tested.
> I put this under the MIT license, which means you can do anything you
> want with it except for remove the license from the header.
> It was built using VS2008 and the commercial version of QT 4.4. There
> is no reason it should not build under the open source versions. If
> you take the time to create a .pro file for the code and build it on
> MacOSX or Linux, let me know and I will add that to the source
> repository. Of course, I'd like to hear about any bugs that you may find.
Thanks for this :)
Having used delphi before, I appreciate just how nice pre-generated code
can be. I've... plans to see if I can't add similar functionality to
designer. I'm a bit stretched thin at the moment, so it's not likely to
see daylight any time soon. Which all kinda means, thankyou (and we may
be in touch with you at a later date) :)
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