[Gllug] Re: Writing C
csmith at micromuse.com
Thu Aug 19 12:08:55 UTC 2004
On Tue, 17 Aug 2004, Nordlund, Niko wrote:
>SQL. I would need a SQL database engine that is, stable, can handle
>large databases (> 2GB), easily extendible with own functions (at least
>postgreSQL supports dynamic loading of functions written in c)
>Graphical interface for developing and administering the SQL database.
SQLite (www.sqlite.org) is an embedded database engine that can handle
large databases and a substantial subset of SQL-92. Easily extended with C
function callbacks to your code. Comes bundled with PHP 5, and requires no
seperate database server to administer.
Else, if you need a multi-user database, I'd second PostgreSQL suggested
by most people so far.
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