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On Sunday 14 August 2005 5:52 pm, Klaus Ripke wrote:
> For persisting tables,
> http://lua-users.org/wiki/PersistentTablesSqlite
> clearly is ok and nice, but using luatdb instead
> is much faster. like really much.

what i'd like to see is a direct interface from Lua to the SQLite bytecode, or 
even better to the tables engine.  from what i've seen it's similar to BDB, 
but having a SQL interface for other processes is very nice...

> You'd only use a SQL DB if there is some good external
> reason to do so, typically accompanied by some
> table structure interface you have to match.
> No?

or when the underlying engine is really so good to offset the burden of SQL; 
lots people seem to think that's the case with SQLite (i haven't tried it, 
but i could believe it)

-- 
Javier

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