On Saturday, 27 February 2016 at 16:08:21 UTC, Stefan Koch wrote:
I am happy to announce the official alpha version of sqlite-d!
sqlite-d is a reader for the SQLite File Format 3.
On Thursday, 26 May 2016 at 19:11:50 UTC, Stefan Koch wrote:
So, all that sqlite-d does is reading the sqlite-db files.
However the proper sqlite does much more:
It implements a whole ByteCode-Compiler and Interpreter to be
able to precompile and execute SQL-statements.
Thus even for simple querys you have a significant overhead.
If you want to use sqlite-d you basically write all your
queries as D code which can be directly executed, rather then
having to be compiled from SQL to ByteCode.
How does that play with transactions and ACID in general ?
For example, I have one thread with traditional (slow) SQLite
client, which seldom updates data. And another thread which reads
data with sqlite-d. Will not program crash or read
trash/inconsistent data ?