|| ||Jeff Johnson <n3npq-AT-mac.com> |
|| ||cooker-AT-mandrivalinux.org |
|| ||Re: mono updates in Cooker - fail to install |
|| ||Thu, 28 Apr 2011 11:30:00 -0400|
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On Apr 28, 2011, at 11:21 AM, nicolas vigier wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Apr 2011, Jeff Johnson wrote:
>> There are most definitely sound engineering reasons
>> for using DB->associate in "RPM ACID" which entails enforcing
>> a uniqueness constraint on database keys. But this mailing
>> list isn't the place to discuss "RPM ACID" engineering.
> Interesting. What is the URL of rpm5 mailing list ?
There isn't a URL for the rpm5 mailing list any more.
You can likely find discussion on secondary reflector's
Meanwhile "RPM ACID" was implemented November, 2009 and
was started based on a RFE from the SuSE "RPM Summit"
on September 18th, 2009 as well as from research related
to Mancoosi WP3.
You're more than a bit late (after beta2) to participate
in any discussion of "RPM ACID" that is already implemented
and in "production". Not that Berkeley DB internals are very
73 de Jeff
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