Looking for a database. Sugestions?

Ed Hotchkiss edhotchkiss at gmail.com
Fri Sep 16 06:54:09 CEST 2005

Is this for running an SQL database, then using a separate python module to 
access the database?

 On 15 Sep 2005 21:31:27 -0700, gsteff <greg.steffensen at gmail.com> wrote: 
> SQLite rocks, its definitely the way to go. Its binary is around 250K,
> but it supports more of the SQL standard than MySQL. It CAN be thread
> safe, but you have to compile it with a threadsafe macro enabled..
> check out www.sqlite.org <http://www.sqlite.org> for more info. The 
> windows binaries
> apparently are compiled with this option, but the Linux binaries are
> not, so if you're on Linux, you'll have to compile it yourself, which
> isn't hard.
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edward hotchkiss
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