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    Hi, way back when i did this at first i included options for other types of db in my install. Well im upgrading now an i really dont see any need to continue to offer other db options other than mysql.

    I am considering removing at least some of them as honestly they take time to support and many i dont find that popular anymore.

    Here is the list, i wanted to get your thoughts on what you think i should keep or what you feel i should toss aside as yesterdays news.

    Types include

    sql
    mssql
    oci8
    oracle
    sybase
    msql
    mysql (keeping this one of course)
    odbc
    pgsql
    usql

    of course i will keep mysql support, i am also considering keeping sql but the others im not sure about, do i need to even offer then anymore in the install options since it seems that most are using mysql.
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