Re: [Zope-dev] SQLite as a Light DB component for Zope and Python

2002-04-02 Thread Eron Lloyd
Very interesting. I think I've read about this somewhere before. The claim of 4x faster than PostgreSQL raised my brow. It is true that Gadfly is becoming quite stale, and only supports a *very* limited subset of SQL. It also would be nice to see something a bit more robust than just shelve in

Re: [Zope-dev] SQLite as a Light DB component for Zope and Python

2002-04-02 Thread Ross J. Reedstrom
On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 10:02:22AM -0500, Eron Lloyd wrote: Very interesting. I think I've read about this somewhere before. The claim of 4x faster than PostgreSQL raised my brow. It is true that Gadfly is becoming quite stale, and only supports a *very* limited subset of SQL. It also would

Re: [Zope-dev] SQLite as a Light DB component for Zope and Python

2002-04-02 Thread William Trenker
At 10:45 AM 4/2/02 -0600, Ross J. Reedstrom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Scale, as in multiuser? Hardly at all: it's an SQL library that accesses a single, textbased, flatfile for the entire database. As a lightweight replacement for gadfly, it looks like it might be pretty good. Exactly. I'm

[Zope-dev] SQLite as a Light DB component for Zope and Python

2002-04-01 Thread William Trenker
I have noticed on the DB lists lately some concern about the future of Gadfly. I have been investigating a marvelous little open-source, no copyright, SQL engine called SQLite: An SQL Database Engine In A C Library. I am quite experienced with Python, reasonably experienced with Zope but a