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Re^2: Accessing SQLite databases within ZIP files

by AppleFritter (Vicar)
on Oct 01, 2017 at 18:07 UTC ( #1200484=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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That's a good idea, thanks. Unfortunately this'll also have to work on Windows, which I don't think has built-in support for that sort of thing — but yes, otherwise this would be a pretty nifty solution.
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Re^3: Accessing SQLite databases within ZIP files
by afoken (Canon) on Oct 01, 2017 at 20:24 UTC
    have to work on Windows, which I don't think has built-in support for that sort of thing

    There are RAMDisks for Windows, even free ones. I use an old version of SoftPerfect RAM Disk (v3.4.7) that is freeware, no questions asked. It seens v4.x has become payware, but v3.4.x is still available on several sites.

    Alexander

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Re^3: Accessing SQLite databases within ZIP files
by Laurent_R (Canon) on Oct 01, 2017 at 21:50 UTC
    I am surely not a specialist on the possibilities on Windows. My workstation runs on Windows, but our servers and databases and so on are all *nix and VMS (and even AS/400). But I am fairly sure there are some ramdisk possibilities on Windows. It even existed 30 years ago at the time of DOS.

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