To create a complete c++ development environment for SQL database access in form of a class library and a set of tools.
Libodbc++ is a c++ class library for accessing SQL databases. It is designed with standards in mind, so it provides a subset of the well-known JDBC 2.0(tm) and runs on top of ODBC. It is distributed under the LGPL.
The library has shown to compile and work on Linux, FreeBSD and win32 platforms. Any environment with a reasonable compiler, standard c++ library and ODBC Driver Manager should do.
The current version of libodbc++ is 0.2.4pre4. To see what is implemented and what is to come, take a look at the development roadmap.
In general, the library should run on anything that has a reasonable c++ environment
and an ODBC driver manager version 2.5 or higher.
These are under early stages of development. A couple of ideas can be found within the library distribution (isql++ and qtsql++). Contributions are highly welcome.
Bugreports, questions, patches and feedback are welcome to the mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you want to follow and discuss the development, subscribe to the freeodbc++ mailing list at the following web page: http://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/libodbcxx-devel.
libodbc++ was written by Manush Dodunekov. Other contributors are listed in the THANKS file.