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by Jking
05 Sep 2016, 23:32
Forum: Development
Topic: Supporting SQLite
Replies: 12
Views: 6624

Re: Supporting SQLite

minutes installing postgres, vs who knows how many hours trying to do a bolt on after market hodgepodge attachment to something clearly inferior. For reference, I don't think it'll be that bad. I already have a working schema (PG's worked with only minor changes), and the adapter is proving a quick...
by Jking
05 Sep 2016, 23:13
Forum: Development
Topic: Supporting SQLite
Replies: 12
Views: 6624

Re: Supporting SQLite

>what kinda gimpy server are you running that won't run postgres? i think we're dealing with matters of principle here To some extent, yes. In the end I'll have to install and configure PostgreSQL or MySQL to verify everything in working as it should, I'm sure. I'm neither demented nor in possessio...
by Jking
05 Sep 2016, 21:58
Forum: Development
Topic: Supporting SQLite
Replies: 12
Views: 6624

Re: Supporting SQLite

I'm not so sure; from the source (emphasis mine): We are aware of no other embedded SQL database engine that supports as much concurrency as SQLite. SQLite allows multiple processes to have the database file open at once, and for multiple processes to read the database at once. When any process wan...
by Jking
05 Sep 2016, 19:41
Forum: Development
Topic: Supporting SQLite
Replies: 12
Views: 6624

Re: Supporting SQLite

>also, frankly the decision process here "i don't want to install postgresql so i'm going to spend a ridiculous amount of time adapting this application to a completely unfit database engine because ???" is absolutely unfathomable to me You cannot fathom it only because that's not the dec...
by Jking
05 Sep 2016, 18:34
Forum: Development
Topic: Supporting SQLite
Replies: 12
Views: 6624

Supporting SQLite

I'm interested in using Tiny Tiny RSS on my personal server, but as I don't run a database server on the machine, I've set about adding support for SQLite. I know there was a thread about this in 2013 where the notion was dismissed, but a quick investigation of the code suggests Tiny Tiny RSS does n...

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