At 19:41 23/06/00, kevin lyda wrote:
>On Fri, Jun 23, 2000 at 06:21:45PM +0100, Fergal Daly wrote:
> > 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,
>>dear god. an xml based database. speed and performance don't just go
>out the window, they leave earth's gravitational field.
I think they use a binary format for the database, it just has a lot of XML
There seems to be bog all in between gdbm and SQL server for Linux. I tried
freshmeat without much luck, I hadn't realised how bad their search
facility was. "database" turned up 641 hits so I tried "database library"
and got 1400. "+database +library" gave nothing and "database and library"
gave around 8000!! You'd think such a high profile site would have a decent
search engine (and would eliminate "and" from it's list of keywords!)
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