is an interface which allows scsh programs to make
SQL calls through ODBC (Open Database
Connectivity) and thus to utilize a large repository of information which
could be sitting on any relational database management system such as
Oracle, Sybase, etc. Written by
Samuel Hunter Thibault, shipping with release 0.5.3 but dropped
for the time being from 0.6. (I.e., support was dropped, not the source.
Will be superseded by a SchemeQL port.)
is an implementation of the MySQL client/server protocol written
entirely in Scheme. This package provides functions to connect to a
MySQL database server, authenticate, send queries, and receive and parse
result sets. The package, along with more information, is available from Eric Knauel's Myscsh page.
provides a socket level interface to the PostgreSQL DBMS. Implements the client part of the socket-level
protocol, capable of type coercions from SQL types to Scheme
types, supports large objects (BLOBs). The package is part of Eric Marsden's Downloads, also available from the local scsh contrib repository. An updated version is available from
Emilio Lopes' Scheme page.