On 2/9/06, Alain FELER <alain.feler / wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> XML, Yaml, database : before choosing, maybe you would like to have a
> look at Kirbybase : http://www.netpromi.com/files/kirbybaserubymanual.html
> It has many very nice features :
> - no installation (written in ruby) : put kirbybase.rb in
> c:\ruby\lib\ruby\site_ruby and that's all
> - no database language to learn : everything is done with ruby syntax
> - no administration tools required : the data is in plain text files
> - no hundreds of page to read : the complete doc is 77k
> - offers nearly the power of a "real" database system : indexes, lookup
> tables, one-to-many links, multi-fields sort, enough data types (String,
> Integer, Float, Boolean, Time, Date, DateTime, Memo, Blob, and YAML.)
> - fast enough
> - free
> AF

I dig that this recommendation for kirby was written in yaml. ;)

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