The object-oriented programming interface to SLIB relational databases has failed to support clear, understandable, and modular code-writing for database applications.
This seems to be a failure of the object-oriented paradigm where the type of an object is not manifest (or even traceable) in source code.
within-database, along with the ‘databases’ package,
reorganizes high-level database functions toward a more declarative
style. Using this package, one can tag database table and command
declarations for emacs:
etags -lscheme -r'/ *(define-\(command\|table\) (\([^; \t]+\)/\2/' \ source1.scm ...
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