Hi, Ive just found SQLitening and am very exited. I've been looking for a robust client/server for Sqlite for a long time. Well done.
I (mainly) program with Live Code (formerly RunRev) and have started a thread on SQLitening on the Live Code forum: http://forums.runrev.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=6407 (http://forums.runrev.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=6407) to try and encourage Live Code to adopt.
It would be useful if Fred Meier would make a comment on his views of combining SQLitening and Live Code.
Many thanks for making your project public domain software.
QuoteIt would be useful if Fred Meier would make a comment on his views of combining SQLitening and Live Code.
SQLitening is implemented as standard Windows Dynamic Link Libraries so
any language that can call a Dll can use SQLitening. SQLitening comes
with three different API's as follows: Basic, Special, or Universal. You
need to first decide which to use with Live Code. I have never used Live
Code so don't know which API would be best.
See: http://www.sqlitening.com/support/index.php?topic=3264.0 (http://www.sqlitening.com/support/index.php?topic=3264.0)
Thank you Fred for your reply.
I'll do a few tests and post the results here and on the Live Code forums.
Well early tests are not that promising from the Live Code point of view.
Live Code does not use the standard Windows DLL api controls but uses it's own api arrangment.
This would mean building a 'bridge' between Live Code and the Dll(s). :-\
Have you seen this link:
Thanks for the pointer Fred.
I've been (am) working on other projects at the moment so had to put SQLitening and LiveCode on hold.
Hope to be able to get back around the end of Feb.