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Re: sqlite3

From: Alexandre Garreau
Subject: Re: sqlite3
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2022 16:41:50 +0100

Le lundo, 14-a de februaro 2022, 13-a horo kaj 45:58 CET Jean Louis a 
écrit :
> * Alexandre Garreau <galex-713@galex-713.eu> [2021-12-09 10:06]:
> > Well, if we start supporting sqlite, emacs might become such an
> > editor!
> > Imagine if when you opened a binary sqlite3 database emacs offered you
> > the database, with many elisp commands to edit it by hand? think like
> > phpmyadmin, but lighter
> There are many possibilities that will open with the implementation of
> a database. Editing of its fields, adding, removing, that is not
> hard. I am doing that in tabulated-list-mode for PostgreSQL and it
> could be somehow reworked for SQLite.
> I would like that main developers implement error free insertion of
> Emacs Lisp into table columns. Example is if I wish to store a
> function or multiple functions into SQLite table column, that such is
> not stored as string which I have to `eval' to read it, rather that
> some error-free method is invented so that storage goes error-free
> (correct sexp) into the column and that reading from it goes without
> problems. Error reporting shall be also bound to find where, which
> database column specific Emacs Lisp failed, as to quickly located it
> and edit it.

to read you don’t need to eval, if you want lowerlevel stuff you could 
store bytecode, and print should be sufficient for it to be read again 
without errors shouldn’t it?

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