Writing EasySQL drivers is not very complex. Later I may be will write a more detailed description
of this procedure, but for now take that steps to your driver:
- Name your driver. Name should consist from english letters and digits, letters first, digits
then. Official name of engine is a best choice, with a possible postfix of a major version release
(like `msql' and `msql2' for incompatible 2.0 versiom of mSQL API).
- Create directory in
`drivers/' with the name you choose for your driver
(though it's not really required usually there is no reason to make names different).
- Copy all files from `null' driver directory to your newly created one.
- Read every file and edit according to it's internal comments.
Ask me if something is going wrong.