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SQLite server using execnet ?

 
 
Stef Mientki
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      02-21-2011
hello,

knowing that SQllite is not a client/server database,
still want to see if a simple client/server setup would solve my current problems for the moment
(because I love the simplicity of SQLlite,
and planned to go to a client / server database in the future)

Now I wonder if anyone has considered to use Python execnet-module to realize a simple SLQlite
client / server application.

If I look at the documentation of execnet,
(and I realize that I'm a great optimist)
it would take between 20 and 50 lines of Python code.

thanks very much for your opinions.
cheers,
Stef Mientki

 
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