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GT,M client 20020211 databases : other -- 4043 2002-02-12 10:31:27 [ link ]
GT.M (http://www.sanchez-gtm.com) is a vetted, industrial strength, transaction processing application platform consisting of a database engine optimized for high TP throughput and a compiler for the M (comp.lang.mumps) programming language. There is a reasonable likelihood that your personal bank balance may already reside in a GT.M database. The implementation of GT.M for x86 GNU/Linux is GPL'd open source free software; on other computing platforms, it is more traditionally licensed. The synergy between M and PHP is that their variables look very much alike, except that M also has the concept of "global" variables, which are shared and persistent (i.e., accessing or updating an M global variable is actually a database operation). The PHP GT.M client would be an excellent way to endow PHP variables with persistence and to share them between processes, even on different machines. This would create a much lighter footprint database capability for PHP than a traditional relational database, and one whose model (hierarchical associative memory) more closely models real world data. A field test version of the client is available at the GT.M project page at Source Forge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm). The production version is expected to follow in due course. There is a forum at the GT.M project summary to discuss the PHP client. Please also post support requests to Support at the GT.M project summary, and bugs to Bugs. We will respond as we are able to. -- Bhaskar (yes, it's my last name, but that's what I am called) K.S. Bhaskar Sanchez Computer Associates, Inc. 40 Valley Stream Parkway Malvern, PA 19355, USA +1 (610) 578-4265 k dot bhaskar at sanchez dot com http://www.sanchez.com http://www.sanchez-gtm.com http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm
GT.M PHP client 20020211 databases : other -- 4164 2002-02-12 10:30:42 [ link ]
GT.M (http://www.sanchez-gtm.com) is a vetted, industrial strength, transaction processing application platform consisting of a database engine optimized for high TP throughput and a compiler for the M (comp.lang.mumps) programming language. There is a reasonable likelihood that your personal bank balance may already reside in a GT.M database. The implementation of GT.M for x86 GNU/Linux is GPL'd open source free software; on other computing platforms, it is more traditionally licensed. The synergy between M and PHP is that their variables look very much alike, except that M also has the concept of "global" variables, which are shared and persistent (i.e., accessing or updating an M global variable is actually a database operation). The PHP GT.M client would be an excellent way to endow PHP variables with persistence and to share them between processes, even on different machines. This would create a much lighter footprint database capability for PHP than a traditional relational database, and one whose model (hierarchical associative memory) more closely models real world data. A field test version of the client is available at the GT.M project page at Source Forge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm). The production version is expected to follow in due course. There is a forum at the GT.M project summary to discuss the PHP client. Please also post support requests to Support at the GT.M project summary, and bugs to Bugs. We will respond as we are able to. -- Bhaskar (yes, it's my last name, but that's what I am called) K.S. Bhaskar Sanchez Computer Associates, Inc. 40 Valley Stream Parkway Malvern, PA 19355, USA +1 (610) 578-4265 k dot bhaskar at sanchez dot com http://www.sanchez.com http://www.sanchez-gtm.com http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm
GTM client 20020211 databases : other -- 3705 2002-02-12 10:31:50 [ link ]
GT.M (http://www.sanchez-gtm.com) is a vetted, industrial strength, transaction processing application platform consisting of a database engine optimized for high TP throughput and a compiler for the M (comp.lang.mumps) programming language. There is a reasonable likelihood that your personal bank balance may already reside in a GT.M database. The implementation of GT.M for x86 GNU/Linux is GPL'd open source free software; on other computing platforms, it is more traditionally licensed. The synergy between M and PHP is that their variables look very much alike, except that M also has the concept of "global" variables, which are shared and persistent (i.e., accessing or updating an M global variable is actually a database operation). The PHP GT.M client would be an excellent way to endow PHP variables with persistence and to share them between processes, even on different machines. This would create a much lighter footprint database capability for PHP than a traditional relational database, and one whose model (hierarchical associative memory) more closely models real world data. A field test version of the client is available at the GT.M project page at Source Forge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm). The production version is expected to follow in due course. There is a forum at the GT.M project summary to discuss the PHP client. Please also post support requests to Support at the GT.M project summary, and bugs to Bugs. We will respond as we are able to. -- Bhaskar (yes, it's my last name, but that's what I am called) K.S. Bhaskar Sanchez Computer Associates, Inc. 40 Valley Stream Parkway Malvern, PA 19355, USA +1 (610) 578-4265 k dot bhaskar at sanchez dot com http://www.sanchez.com http://www.sanchez-gtm.com http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm
PHP client for GT.M database 20020211 databases : other -- 3918 2002-02-11 18:29:22 [ link ]
GT.M (http://www.sanchez-gtm.com) is a vetted, industrial strength, transaction processing application platform consisting of a database engine optimized for high TP throughput and a compiler for the M (comp.lang.mumps) programming language. There is a reasonable likelihood that your personal bank balance may already reside in a GT.M database. The implementation of GT.M for x86 GNU/Linux is GPL'd open source free software; on other computing platforms, it is more traditionally licensed. The synergy between M and PHP is that their variables look very much alike, except that M also has the concept of "global" variables, which are shared and persistent (i.e., accessing or updating an M global variable is actually a database operation). The PHP GT.M client would be an excellent way to endow PHP variables with persistence and to share them between processes, even on different machines. A field test version of the client is available at the GT.M project page at Source Forge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/sanchez-gtm). The production version is expected to follow in due course. There is a forum at the GT.M project summary to discuss the PHP client. Please also post support requests to Support at the GT.M project summary, and bugs to Bugs. We will respond as we are able to.

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