Is HibernateD dead?

Matthias Klumpp matthias at
Thu May 3 20:49:35 UTC 2018

On Thursday, 3 May 2018 at 18:52:34 UTC, singingbush wrote:
> On Thursday, 3 May 2018 at 10:27:47 UTC, Pasqui23 wrote:
>> Last commit on
>> was almost a year ago
>> So what is the status of HibernateD?Should I use it if I need 
>> an ORM? Or would I risk unpatched security risks?
> Both hibernated and ddbc have had open pull requests for 
> months. It's really frustrating.

Oh hey :-) I applied your patches for ddbc and hibernated a to my 
copy while back, because they weren't merged and fix real issues.
There are also other patches floating around, for example people 
will really want applied when using hibernated.

If there is enough interest, we can maybe provide at least some 
basic level of maintenance for these projects together, maybe 
under the dlang-community umbrella or similar.
Per adoption guidelines[1], I think the projects are popular 
enough, but Hibernated is of course not the only D ORM (although 
a pretty complete one), and the continued maintenance is also not 
sure, even when PRs finally get reviewed and accepted faster (but 
that really depends on the library users).

In any case, we need to get in contact with buggins. I asked him 
ages ago about Hibernated on Gitter, but that was probably the 
worst way to contact him (as he is active on Github, but probably 
never read that message).


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