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Re: sqlite3

From: Jean Louis
Subject: Re: sqlite3
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2022 15:16:56 +0300
User-agent: Mutt/2.2.0 (2022-02-12)

* Qiantan Hong <qhong@mit.edu> [2021-12-06 23:37]:
> > Marks, however, are
> > meaningless to read and practically un-editable. Their presence in
> > .newsrc.eld makes the file slow to open and scroll, and has given rise
> > to a meme of "don't touch the .newsrc.eld file, you'll destroy
> > everything". That in itself is a sign that we're using the wrong format
> > for this data.
> Is sqlite3 necessary?
> Can we just print it out in a separate file as s-exp?

I do not see the motion specifically useful only to store persistent
data related to Emacs.

Rather I see usefulness in the waste future development with databases
interfaces: inventories, product lists, invoices, quotations, contact
address books, tags, documents, all kinds of applications may be
developed when database is easily accessible from Emacs by using Emacs


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