Charles Oliver Nutter wrote:
> I agree pretty much across the board. I was actually hoping that
> instead of effort going into a new baked-in sqlite wrapper, that
> effort could go into new gem-based FFI sqlite wrapper, which would
> benefit many more people than baking it into Ruby 1.9.*. It is true,
> it would not benefit everyone, and even where FFI works for JRuby we
> still encourage people to use the platform-native options. But if the
> question is how to ensure sqlite remains well supported, then the
> answer is most definitely not to ship it with Ruby 1.9, since that
> just makes Ruby harder to implement on other platforms and runtimes.
> An FFI version is at least a better answer.

Some people in ruby-dev said bundle Ruby-FFI and write with it.

> To be honest, I'd prefer shipping a pure-Ruby SQL implementation that
> *everyone* can run on any platform, performance be damned. I think
> that would be the Ruby way.

If exits, this sounds the best answer :)

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