On Wednesday, 1 June 2016 at 09:41:43 UTC, Stefan Koch wrote:
Providing a nice query interface and so on.

Do you mean any form of DSL (as it's SQL for SQLite)?

Well I can see the non-realtime property being a factor for every database.

And this is actually disadvantage of those databases ;)

BTW1. Thank to the one who posted my reply on Reddit :)

BTW2. Somebody on the Reddit suggested the LMDB is an equivalent of this DB. However I fear it's not true. To me, LMDB is a key/value storage backed by a memory-mapped file. However my DB will have more features including:

- internal references (no data replication - aka database normalization)
- indexes
- transparent data compression

and more :)


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