On Mon, 2004-09-27 at 11:56, Paul Kelly :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:
> > Well, I'm not too up on the requirements for X these days. It
> > will in all likelihood not actually even require a window
> > manager, but I presume that a QT app will eat some bit of
> > memory, and I really want to avoid swapping as much as
> > possible. 32MB seems a tad light for that I would have
> > thought. Also, it suddenly occurs to me, there will be a
> > small MySQL DB running on the thing too. 3 or 4 simple
> > tables, at no more than 5000 entries in each I would think.
>> If its going to be that small, use a flat txt file or CSV for the db.
> There is no point in putting mySQL as a requirment for an application
> like this.
and in spite of what some people say this is where perl comes into its
small lists passing parameters in and out of a script and good catch all
yup a job for perl, php, ruby, or python
There are only so many words in the English language, you may have seen
some of them in this order before, does that mean that my thoughts are
not my own?
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