[Seaside] Using SQlite3 and Seaside

aditya siram aditya.siram at gmail.com
Fri May 8 17:22:52 UTC 2009

> Compiles a query ? what are you talking a about ? something like prepared
> statements ?

Yes I am talking about prepared statements.

> Which others things you see that are not implemented ?

Nothing else so far, but prepared statements are pretty basic functionality
that I've found in every other Sqlite3 binding I've used.  Without this
queries are not cached and database performance takes a major hit ( to my
knowledge ). This isn't a big deal for a singe-user app, but it might bog
down a web app.

> There is SqueakDBX. You can see our ann in this mailing list. We have
> SqueakDBX working with Slqite in Linux and someone do it in Windows. Which
> OS are you using ?

I am using Linux, but the Seaside server + app needs to completely portable
across Windows, Linux and Mac. The reason for this is that the server needs
to be mobile. I know this is possible because I developed a website using
Seaside last year the server for which sits on a flash drive that can be
plugged into and started on any Squeak-compatible computer. I know that
Sqlite binding libraries are not be portable but there are versions
available on all platforms.

thanks ...
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