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Re: latex/databases

In your email to me, Rob Browning, you wrote:
> James LewisMoss <dres@dimensional.com> writes:
> > >>>>> "Colin" == Colin Telmer <telmerco@qed.econ.queensu.ca> writes:
> > 
> >  Colin> I am beginning a review of a literature on the relations
> >  Colin> between the governments of Canada and will be writing small
> >  Colin> summary reports on each article/book/etc.
> I've been considering the same issue for keeping track of the
> references I read, notes about them, and having the ability to
> generate bibtex files from the data.
> I've kind of settled on postgress, partially because I was curious
> about SQL, and also because it appears to be capable of anything I
> could want to do.  It's probably overkill, but that's OK.

You should take a look at MySQL also. It should do what you want,
and is extremely fast too. Quite a few of us here on the mailing
list use it already.


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