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Tue, 7 Dec 2021 08:42:00 +0000
>> I've brought this up before, but I didn't really have a solution then,
>> but I think I do now: sqlite3.
> Personally, I'd prefer to keep my configuration/state files in plain
> text, editable by Emacs.
> Would it be feasible to have common state save/restore interface for
> Emacs progrms/packages to use, and then configurable back-end to handle
> actual persistence, being sqlite3, dbm, plain (elisp) text, and what
I’ve attached a plain Elisp incremental implementation in
Interface is simply
kv-put (key value kv-store)
kv-get (key kv-store)
But honestly, I suspect using any db as backend for a persistent lisp
store will have virtually no advantage over plain text.
Then why even introduce them at the first place.
The more exciting thing will be to have a general object store
rather than kv-store (aka, incremental for arbitrary mutation
and preserve sharing). Any relational db will not help that either,
and it is better to be done in pure Lisp.
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