[Python-3000] [Python-Dev] Removing bsddb module from py3k (was Re: No beta2 tonight)
josiah.carlson at gmail.com
Sun Jul 20 19:24:56 CEST 2008
On Sat, Jul 19, 2008 at 6:44 PM, Jesus Cea <jcea at jcea.es> wrote:
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> Josiah Carlson wrote:
> | On-disk key -> value dictionary. In every use of bsddb that I've seen
> | (or done myself), that's been the extent of it's use. That's what I
> | *was* offering. But it seems that everyone has had experience with
> | bsddb on a far deeper level (beyond dictionary + cursor access), and
> | would find (like you) absolutely no use in an on-disk dictionary with
> | a sqlite backend (which hasn't had the same maintenance issues as
> | bsddb), which is why I withdrew the offer.
> For such a simple application, you can use the already in stdlib "gdbm"
> module. Just remember it is not transactional, so beware diskfulls,
> application crashes, etc.
But sqlite is transactional, can offer cursors, getrange, etc., etc.
I'm still curious as to what deep features people are using in bsddb.
Anyone have any pointers to open source software?
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