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On Thu, Mar 31, 2011 at 09:56:00AM +0100, Roland C. Dowdeswell wrote:
> I am in the process of upgrading Heimdal in base. It turns out
> that Heimdal now requires sqlite3 and includes its own version of
> same. I think that it would be more general utility to import
> sqlite3 independently, though, and would like to start a discussion
> about doing it.
> The license on sqlite3 is public domain.
> It has no dependencies beyond -lc and -lphtread. The package is
> one (rather large) C file, two headers and some autoconf goo only.
> And so it should be relatively easy to maintain and upgrade.
> More information about sqlite3 can be found at http://sqlite.org/
+1 importing sqlite3
I've always liked sqlite and I've been doing a lot of development with it
lately at work and it is just a very nice product (and well tested, too!).
While it is designed as an embedded database, I think it is strong enough to
take care of the vast majority of database needs (i.e., not many need the
added benefits of a Postgres or the like).
Be still, and know that I am God (Psalms 46:10)
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