Is HibernateD dead?

Vadim Lopatin at
Mon May 7 06:12:19 UTC 2018

On Thursday, 3 May 2018 at 20:49:35 UTC, Matthias Klumpp wrote:
> 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).
> [1]:


If someone is ready to maintain these projects, I can grant 
privileges for github repositories ddbc, hibernated.

Best regards,

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