[Geary] libgda instead sqlheavy
jim at yorba.org
Wed Apr 11 11:15:56 PDT 2012
I have looked at libgda and don't think it's a fit for Geary's needs.
Unlike SQLHeavy, libgda is intended to hide the database engine from the
user, allowing an application to work with any flavor of data store.
That's not really important to Geary; we see little to no chance that we'll
switch away from SQLite any time soon. (We also use SQLite with Shotwell
and have had good experiences with it.)
Also, we foresee the need to directly work with SQLite (in particular, for
fast full-text search, which may involve installing C-based callbacks). We
can't do that with libgda.
Thanks for the suggestion.
2012/4/10 Javier Jardón <jjardon at gnome.org>
> I was taking a look to this project and I wonder if you consider to
> use libgda instead sqlheavy?
> libgda has vala bindings nowadays thanks to gobject introspection.
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