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Data Crow 2.3.2 beta

Posted on Saturday, June 03 2006 @ 13:02:28 CEST by LSDsmurf

Internal structure has been changed radically. There is no new functionality contained in this release. Technical details of the changes:
  • Top-level items such as the Software and Audio CD items inherit from the new "DcMediaObject" class. A Media Object has a "name", "description", "year", "location" and a "rating" field. The user definable fields are also part of this new class. All other Data Crow objects inherit solely from the DcObject class.
  • A new super module "DcMediaModule" has been introduced to support the above named objects.
  • The DcTable now holds an accurate mapping of the DcObject field and the column index. In previous versions the reference expected the column to be a precise/static position. This link no longer exists due to the changes of the index numbers of all objects
  • Removed "QueryWhat" and "QueryCondition" class. Rewrote the Query class, making it (better) maintanable and reliable.
  • Removed any specific piece of coding from generic classes.
  • Conversion of old settings to the new settings and fields structure

Program Information

Category:
Tools and Utilities
Type:
Free


Version:
2.3.2 beta
Size:
5MB
Works on:
Windows


Product page: here

Download: Data Crow 2.3.2 beta





 

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