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Quoting Ioan Rogers (2013-02-14 23:15:59)
> What put me off using prophet in the past was the sheer *size* of it. 
> It's a full-fledged application framework, providing CLI and web 
> interfaces and has a lot of dependencies. Perl being Perl, there are 
> many different ways of doing those. I had an app with a sqlite db 
> being shared over Dropbox. The app already had its own CLI, web 
> server, templates, all I wanted to change was the storage.
> My ultimate goal here is to make prophet more of a lightweight ORM 
> which will give a developer an easy and robust way of storing, syncing 
> and sharing their data without making choices about the rest of the 
> app for them.

Any exciting news yet?

I just stumbled across Rinci and Riap and immediately thought of above.


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