[spambayes-dev] correlated clues
tameyer at ihug.co.nz
Fri Jul 2 23:30:05 EDT 2004
> As an unrelated aside, the latest version of POPfile has
> switched from BerkeleyDB to SQLite for its default database
> because of the reliability problems with Berkeley. Anyone
> have any experience with SQLite? Would it be worth
> implementing a SpamBayes storage option for it to test it out?
Note that there are already two SQL storage options that should work ok at
the moment (mySQL and PostgreSQL). If you want to add a SQLite one it
should be reasonably simple (subclass the base SQL storage class).
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