Fw: any simple and multiplatform database?

Simon Roses Femerling simonroses at granisla.com
Tue Jun 8 15:24:46 CEST 2004


Thx for your response

sqllite looks very interesting :)
Here is the python module: http://sourceforge.net/projects/pysqlite/

I'm familiar with mysql and postgresql but there are too heavy and I dont want to install a database.

I'm looking for something like sqllite

thx

Sincerely,

SRF

----- Original Message ----- 
From: Jaco Smuts 
To: Simon Roses Femerling 
Sent: Tuesday, June 08, 2004 3:06 PM
Subject: Re: any simple and multiplatform database?



have a look at 

sqllite (interesting embedded  database  engine) 
or  (in  no particular order) 
mysql, (very easy for  both win and unix environments) 
postgresql (great for unix's, bit of a mission on win32) 







     "Simon Roses Femerling" <simonroses at granisla.com> 
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Hello all :) 
  
Is there any simple and multiplatform database for python ? 
  
It must be a local database (like mdb. files) 
  
I was thinking of using mdb (MS Access) but in linux is a bit more hard to use it because you must install 
several tools (mxODBC, etc..) 
  
Sincerely, 
  
SRF-- 
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