FWIW, there is little reason to expose a DB object per se in bindings. Instead 
wrap the mi "match iterator" methods. There's very little that can be done 
outside of rpm with a DB object because Berkeley DB is not simple programming, 
and all known replacements for Berkeley DB are exactly that, a replacement, not 
a standalone API.

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