You could try http://www.bowerbird.com.au/XDBM/ this is an XML based
database. There's another one that I had a good look at before that seemed
quite interesting, it was announced on linuxdev.net but their search
facility is brutal so I can't find it again,
At 16:41 23/06/00, Caolan McNamara wrote:
>I looking around for a smallish database library to interface
>with c to handle a small dataset. gdbm would be fine, except
>that I want the lib to handle sorting of the data and searching
>using multiple fields but the dbm families are just a hash
>storage mechanism with none of that frivolous stuff.
>>I'm not convinced that I want to connect to some colossal sql
>affair, though of course that would sort out all possible
>>A tcl mini sql style database interface using gdbm internally
>did catch my eye, http://www.vogel-nest.de/tcl/ Its the kind
>of thing im looking for in c. Anyone got some suggestions ? Im
>just going to use msql anyway otherwise.
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