On Thu, 2018-03-08 at 21:03 -0500, Steven Oliver wrote:
> I want to begin working an application that would have a database,
> specifically SQLite, as a back-end. I know that at some point sqlheavy
> (https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__github.com_nemequ_sqlheavy&d=DwICAg&c=w8fEmIi-B5lsC0MnOiGTloUx5YmN70-3jVCmqqbXNxM&r=4r1gVE34nFB7YgioINuzq1cdGrlIBszDh26sKYP7ux8&m=zMWzrpNSCMQRWW
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>  was an option for using databases
> with Vala. It doesn't appear to be maintained anymore though. Are
> there other options out there? What do most people use? Are there any
> good open source vala projects using SQLite I could look to as an
> example? The only one I'm aware of is Geary, but ripping the database
> layer out of Geary would be quite the task and probably more than I
> would need.
> Steven N. Oliver
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this one for postgresql works also

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