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Install

Now supported only Swift 3.0 (release)

sudo apt-get install libmysqlclient-dev

In Package.swift:

dependencies: [
    // Other your packages
    .Package(url: "https://github.com/Zig1375/SwiftMySQL.git", majorVersion: 3)
]

Introduction

This is a Swift driver for SwiftMySQL.

Here is an example on how to use it:

Connection

import SwiftMySQL;

let config = ConnectionConfig(host : "localhost", database : "test", user : "root", password : "1234567");
let conn = Connection(config : config);

do {
    try conn.connect();

    // YOUR CODE HERE
}  catch MysqlError.Error(let error, let errno) {
    print("\(errno) : \(error)");
} catch {
    print("Unknown error")
}

Pooling connections

import SwiftMySQL;

let db_pool = Pool(config : ConnectionConfig(host : "localhost", database : "test", user : "root", password : "1234567"), connectionLimit : 100);

if let conn = db_pool.getConnection() {
    // YOUR CODE HERE

    db_pool.release(conn);
}

AutoPool

import SwiftMySQL;

let db = AutoPool(config : ConnectionConfig(host : "localhost", database : "test", user : "root", password : "1234567"), connectionLimit : 100);
db.query("select * from table;") {result, debug in
    if (result == nil) {
        return;
    }
    
    // YOUR CODE HERE
}

let p = Parameters(sql : "select * from table where table_id = {table_id}");
p.bind(key : "table_id", value : 123);
db.query(p) {result, debug in
    if (result == nil) {
        return;
    }
    
    // YOUR CODE HERE
}

let db = AutoPool(config : ConnectionConfig(host : "localhost", database : "test", user : "root", password : "1234567"), connectionLimit : 100);
db.fetchRow("select * from table where table_id = 1;") {row, debug in
    if let r = row {
        // YOUR CODE HERE
    }    
}

let p = Parameters(sql : "select * from table where table_id = {table_id}");
p.bind(key : "table_id", value : 123);
db.fetchRow(p) {result, debug in
    if let r = row {
        // YOUR CODE HERE
    } 
}

Simple query

let result = try conn.query(sql : "select * from my_table;");
while let res = result.fetch() {
    print(res);
}

Fast fetch row

let result = try conn.fetchRow(sql : "select * from my_table where id = 1");  // Returned 'Row?'
print(result);

Fast fetch all row

let result = try conn.fetchAll(sql : "select * from my_table");               // Returned '[Row]'
print(result);

Execute query without result

try conn.execute(sql : "insert into my_table(id, name) values(1, 'name')");
print(conn.insertId());

Multiple statement queries

let result = try conn.query(sql : "call test()");
if let res = result.fetch() {
    print(res);
}

if (result.nextRowset()) {
    if let res = result.fetch() {
        print(res)
    }
}

Preparing Queries

You can use Parameters to prepare a query with multiple insertion points, utilizing the proper escaping for ids and values. A simple example of this follows:

let p = Parameters(sql : "SELECT * FROM test.new_table where col1 = {0} and col2 = {1};", values : ["foo", "bar"]);
let result = try conn.query(p : p);
while let res = result.fetch() {
    print(res);
}

Or other variant:

let p = Parameters(sql : "SELECT * FROM test.new_table where col1 = {col1} and col2 = {col2};");
p.bind("col1", value : 123);
p.bind("col2", value : "foo");

let result = try conn.query(p : p);
while let res = result.fetch() {
    print(res);
}

Following this you then have a valid, escaped query that you can then send to the database safely. This is useful if you are looking to prepare the query before actually sending it to the database.

Results

Every row has type Row. Row can return value in any types.

Sample:

let res = result.fetch()!;
print( res["id"].integer );  // Returned 'Int?'
print( res["id"].float );    // Returned 'Float?'
print( res["id"].double );   // Returned 'Double?'
print( res["id"].boolean );  // Returned 'Bool?'
print( res["id"].string );   // Returned 'String?'
print( res["id"].binary );   // Returned '[UInt8]?'

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