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- Accumulate Existing bugfixes into subversion - IMPORTANT; Can anyone with existing bug fixes please email Admin Team or commit them into our subversion trunk HOWTO. (1 Done Thanks Ashley)
- Makefile - TAKEN - Diccon (Thanks to Andruk Tatum for the Original on Google group, only minor tweaks to get working on our source)
- Lastest version DEB package
- QM API list compression
- XML Database layer
- XQuery Engine
- Interface to Maverick running inside a JVM in a web-browser so as to implement client-side form processing in multivalue BASIC.
- Specific flavoured compatibility modes (eg D3 mode, Sequoia mode)
- Code porting program, similar to jBase's PORT.BAS (ideal for Perl regexp?)
- QM BASIC Subversion client wrapper - Simple way to get Pickies onboard. - TAKEN - Karaken12 I've already done this, although it does need some cleaning up.
- QM Virtual File System (VFS) for some SQL database(s)
- Pref to set SCROLL option as default ON for all access statements
- "FOR EACH" BASIC syntax (Like perl and other languages)
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- Utility to use dictionary names for handling a record instead of direct AM addressing (possibly using OO QM) -Diccon
- Sort /var/www or Apache so we dont have to multi sym link to get dirs visible. - TAKEN - DanW I'll sort this, I think a simple landing page with links to the various bits of the system will simplify our directory structure somewhat.
- SVN compatibility/capability with hashed files
*A proper Bug Tracker. This page will do for now, but it would be much better to have a real tool. - Bugzilla up
General Bright Ideas
- point SORTWORK to a RAMFS mount, would provide very fast sort handling. (Ashley notes: Altering the SORTMEM parameter does the same)
- A bit blue-sky, but something I've wanted to work on for ages: full Unicode support.
- Construct a "High performance" benchmark and tuning section
- Define a "core" of standardised multivalue capabilities that is implemented in all systems, so porting between systems requires zero modifications.