dbf.py API question
ethan at stoneleaf.us
Thu Aug 2 17:55:48 CEST 2012
SQLite has a neat feature where if you give it a the file-name of
':memory:' the resulting table is in memory and not on disk. I thought
it was a cool feature, but expanded it slightly: any name surrounded by
colons results in an in-memory table.
I'm looking at the same type of situation with indices, but now I'm
wondering if the :name: method is not pythonic and I should use a flag
(in_memory=True) when memory storage instead of disk storage is desired.
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