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Compare and verify the results of changes in a database structure. You can define a set of queries that can dump their results to a file. These files then can be easily compared.
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A file class that can be used on non-Windows machines as well as Windows machines.
CDataFile is a C++ class that aids you in reading and writing to configuration files. It is generally compatible with standard Windows .ini files, supports multiline comments, does not rely on any windows or MFC calls, and is easily portable to Linux.
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