Rocky Burt wrote:
Max M wrote:
If there is another practical way to do it, that would be fine too. I
don't know about sqllite. But if it's more difficulte than dropping a
package into a directory it would be bad.
Personally I'd be a huge proponent of including SQLite in zope core. It
is extraordinarilly functional and has few requirements. I particularly
like using it to ensure unit tests against RDBMS connections work
properly. Requiring a user to install postgresql just to run the unit
tests of a product is somewhat unfeasible.
I would like that.
Whenever giving a Zope/Plone class I end up using gadfly since this is
the only db every one attending can use.
As gadfly is very limited, it would be great to have something a bit
I would like to help making this possible.
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