> You're talking about the cache, take a look at the cache subsystem and > write a mysql module for it. This will never become a default though (we > would get killed if portage starts to depend on mysql).
I think that it should not become default as mysql module, but if it is working, it should become default as "portable" sql module. # emerge sqlite pysqlite I havent used sqlite, but it seems to be small and usable. I think that it should start with it. I think that portage should *support* sql by default, but of course it should not be default before it's clear that many people like it and use it. What is imho more important is how to make one usable interface, which would cover both fs and sql portage db's so that development didnt go into two products. -- tvali (e-mail: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"; msn: "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"; icq: "317-492-912") Ühe eesti internetifirma lehel kohtasin tsitaati: If you don't do it excellently, dont do it at all. Because if it's not excellent, it won't be profitable or fun, and if you're not in business for fun or profit, what the hell are you doing here? Robert Townsend -- email@example.com mailing list