On Friday, March 29, 2019 at 4:31:27 AM UTC+1, Shai Almog wrote:
> We made some improvements to that but still strongly recommend writing to 
> the database from a single thread. EasyThread is a relatively simple 
> solution for that and it can be implemented in the level of the data access 
> class. E.g. instead of calling SQL directly just call a wrapper class that 
> does the SQL operation for you. That class can use EasyThread to make sure 
> it's on the right thread and do the operation there.

Isn't it exactly what the ThreadSafeDatabase class is doing (wrapping all 
SQL operations calls into an EasyThread queue)? If so, why has it been 
tagged as deprecated then?

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