[CentOS] Anyone have tora running on CentOS 4.X talking to an Oracle DB?
Alfred von Campe
alfred at 110.net
Wed Oct 11 03:47:43 UTC 2006
On Oct 10, 2006, at 18:28, Will McDonald wrote:
> There are a ton of SQL*Plus CLI replacements with extended
> functionality on sourceforge/freshmeat IIRC. No first-hand experience
> but I'm sure some of them are prefectly functional.
Excellent, I will check those out tomorrow.
On Oct 10, 2006, at 20:42, Jay Leafey wrote:
> Yup, the SQL*Plus editing functions are... awkward, yeah, that's a
> good word! I looked at Tora, but it was overkill for us. I found
> a very nice readline wrapper in Perl named uniread (http://
> unread.sourceforge.net) that works great for us. As a bonus,
> uniread is very general and can be used for just about any program
> that does not support readline editing. I even use it for
> nsupdate. It's very easy to install, but I wrote a specfile if you
> want to roll your own RPM.
I'll try this one too.
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