Le dimanche 03 juin 2007 à 21:17 +0200, sean finney a écrit : > and if you read the dpkg devel thread that spawned this (don't think it was > referenced yet in this thread, but it has been referenced the last time or > two dpkg has been brought up on -devel), you'll see that i'm not particularly > attached to sqlite3 as "the format"--i'm more pushing for the concept of > abstracting/outsourcing the data representation/retrieval/storage from the > handling thereof. > > that said, i think that sqlite3 would be a pretty good candidate if we were to > go with anything other than plaintext. Even if SQLite is more robust than Berkeley DB, I don't think you could recover anything from a corrupt database. Plain text will always turn out better in terms of disaster recovery. If performance is an issue, a text file can - just like a bdb file - be indexed. Corrupt indexes can be regenerated, but corrupt databases cannot. -- .''`. : :' : We are debian.org. Lower your prices, surrender your code. `. `' We will add your hardware and software distinctiveness to `- our own. Resistance is futile.
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