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Re: Why not move Apt to a relational database

also sprach Justin Emmanuel <justinemmanuel@gmail.com> [2007.06.03.1155 +0200]:
> I am brand new to this mailing list, I joined it because I had an
> idea that I would like to have considered. Moving apt to
> a relational database, for several reasons.

Having something as essential as the dpkg database depend on
a system as complex as a relational database is asking for trouble.
There are other ways to optimise dpkg/APT without pulling in massive

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