A different approach to ORM for perl
DBR (stands for Database Repository) is a fairly directed attempt at an Object Relational Mapper. It is not trying to be all things to all people. It's focus is on managing large schemas with an emphasis on metadata, rather than defining schema structure with code.
Get the source:
git clone git://github.com/dnorman/perl-DBR.git
I've always found it best to learn by example, rather than reading through gobs of documentation as a first resort.
So here are some simple examples of how to use DBR.
Provided you have all the required dependencies installed, you should be able to run any of the example scripts here right out of the box.
If you are in doubt about this, please run the following to find out:
perl-DBR CHANGE LOG
1.4 - Released 06/15/2011
- Improved documentation ( still has a long way to go, admittedly )
- added `dbr-config` script
A utility to assist in configuring the DBR environment.
Currently supports listing and updating schemas and instances
- Fixed SQLite schema error
1.3 - Released 05/23/2011
- consolidated test case and example schemas
X Test Cases
X v1 Delete
X v2 Delete
X v1 Select
X Fix count
X Make ->parse work for all fi
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