What database should I use
rjones at ekit-inc.com
Thu Sep 5 19:35:40 EDT 2002
On Fri, 6 Sep 2002 9:11 am, Gerhard Häring wrote:
> * A <printers at sendme.cz> [2002-09-05 15:20 +0200]:
> > Hello,
> > I am going to program a small application (in Python and wxPython) which
> > consists about 2000 - 3000 records . Can you please recommend which
> > database is the best for that. I use Windows.
> > Maybe MS Access or FoxPro or MySQL or better?
> > I want to keep the program as small as possible.
> PySQLite. It uses an embedded SQL engine (SQLite), which means you don't
> have to set up a separate server process. It only weights a hundred KB
> or so and has good SQL support (a lot better than MySQL, for example).
If the database is small, and will have only single users at a time, then
gadfly really can't be beat. It's pure python, meaning no mess, no fuss
"python setup.py install" and you're ready to go.
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