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Re: Using a command-line program (sqlite3) as a backend

From: Glenn Morris
Subject: Re: Using a command-line program (sqlite3) as a backend
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 16:28:50 -0700
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florian wrote:

> That's true, I didn't mention that. I did have a look, but my
> impression was that this is mainly concerned with editing SQL, and
> invoking one of several databases to test (or evaluate) the SQL
> statements written. This is definitely a useful thing, and might prove
> handy later on, but is not quite what I want to do right now.

I thought that the (supposed) support for running sql as an inferior
process might have been useful, is all.

> Nevertheless, I tested the (sql-sqlite ..) function, and it does not
> seem like a function that has actually ever been tested: it asks for a
> user name, password, and server, none of which makes sense with SQLite

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