On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 9:41 PM, Paul M Foster<pa...@quillandmouse.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 08, 2009 at 11:20:01AM +0800, Eric Boo wrote:
>> I'm currently using a text file to store data which the php script
>> will read and write back to. I've a few questions:
>> 1) I'm thinking of using sqlite, but not sure whether this will be
>> widely available on most hosts, as I intend for the php script to be
>> deployed without needing to much with much configuration. Is sqlite
>> included with most php setups?
> As I understand it, sqlite support is by default built into PHP. If so,
> then it should be supported anywhere.
Thanks for your reply.
I was under the impression that sqlite2 was supported widely by PHP,
but sqlite3 seems only to be enabled on php 5.3.0 by default.
My concern now is actually that users may find that their hosting
service providers don't provide sqlite3 out of the box.
>> 2) Should I be using sqlite 2 or 3?
> Don't use version 2. It's deprecated.
> Paul M. Foster
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