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This old node of mine had some really great replies.

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In reply to Re: The Humor Thief by AcidHawk
in thread The Humor Thief by Ovid

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    [Corion]: erix: Naah, I just saw the announcement and remembered that discussion. Maybe I'll try building a DBD::SQLite with the zip stuff built-in, just for fun
    [Corion]: Oh - and a good morning to you too :)
    [erix]: we have these largish series (dozens) of largisch (1-2 GB) tabsep files that might be shrunk a bit in this way. Bound to get a bit slower but that doesn't matter too much for us
    [erix]: *large-ish
    [Corion]: erix: Yeah, that's where I see a good use case for this too, static data (or old transactions) that you want to compress but still query

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