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Re: Would you use SQLite?

by simon.proctor (Vicar)
on Feb 22, 2002 at 00:25 UTC ( #146840=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Would you use SQLite?

Well I had a think and my answer would be yes, I would use this module provided it was stable (;P). Seriously though, I think this module would become more useful the more you use it (if you see what I mean).

Some immediate ideas I had (not necessarily good ones) are:
  1. Alternative to htaccess under apache (with mod_perl of course)
  2. Provide a tie interface and use it to store logs
  3. Those cases where you have no RDBMS on your host.
  4. Learning tool for teaching simple SQL (TK Gui etc)
  5. Caching (mentioned above but I liked it)
However, I'll probably download it, play with it and then use it for something totally different.

Just a thought :)

Simon

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