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Collections in the XMMS2 music player

Collections in the XMMS2 music player

Posted Jun 21, 2007 16:51 UTC (Thu) by leandro (guest, #1460)
In reply to: Collections in the XMMS2 music player by scevey
Parent article: Collections in the XMMS2 music player

I am not sure the current DBMS we're using (SQLite) would be appropriate

That is the problem with DBMS-agnostic applications: the lowest common denominator. I think what Apple did, in using full-featured but yet light enough PostgreSQL everywhere, just makes more sense.


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Collections in the XMMS2 music player

Posted Jun 28, 2007 14:58 UTC (Thu) by tru (guest, #30161) [Link]

Didn't apple go with sqlite too? or are we talking about leopard?

Collections in the XMMS2 music player

Posted Jul 27, 2012 21:41 UTC (Fri) by leandro (guest, #1460) [Link]

Sorry for ðe late reply. I juſt (finally) figure actually Apple uſes SQLite for its ISO compatibility, inherited from PoſtgreSQL (ƿhich is ðe reference for SQLite’s language), in ðe deſktop, and PoſtgreSQL in ðe ſerver.

Not ðat it matters much, noƿ ðat Apple effectively gave up on ſervers.


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