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.
You might try xdb at:
It's non-client-server and non-SQL and supports the sorting and
searching operations you mention, however, it uses a C++ classes to
represent tables and fields etc. so you would have to write your own api
if you want C compatibility. My interest in this was primarily to
access old dBase style tables.
mikemj at indigo.ie
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