@safe SQL database on Windows

Steven Schveighoffer schveiguy at gmail.com
Sun Feb 13 01:58:31 UTC 2022

On 2/12/22 2:03 PM, Mateus de Lima Oliveira wrote:
> I'm trying to use a SQL database with vibe.d on Windows. I'd like to 
> write fully @safe code on Windows. I know I could just use @trusted but 
> I need to be sure that the library code can be trusted. It would be nice 
> if the library is also somewhat popular so I know it won't just be 
> forgotten and never be supported. I've tried many libraries including 
> the following:
>    * mysql-native seems nice except for the @system code;

I'm working on mysql-native to be @safe. Sorry, it's been on my plate 
for a while. I was nearly complete, and then I had to take over the 
whole library (Nick handed me the reins).

It's in a state right now where I have to pretty much port all the 
changes to the latest branch. It's not really hard, but because I 
shuffled all the tests from the main library, the code is impossible to 

I'm hoping in the next month I'll have it merged. Then @safe 
mysql-native will be a thing.

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