[Digikam-devel] please if you are using "internal" mysql database in digikam reply to this message

Francesco Riosa francesco at pnpitalia.it
Tue Sep 6 11:19:22 BST 2011

    I'm speaking of internal mysql database which was intended to make 
digikam start it's own instance of a mysql server. The option is 
highlighted in the screenshot attached.

Sqlite has to be considered the most tested and stable storage for 
digikam, while I'm working on better support for mysql it's not yet to 
be considered exactly on par with it, it will be for 2.2 or 2.3 tough. 
That said I've no intention to ever remove sqlite, which would be vetoed 
anyway from the real digikam developers (those that do the hard work ;)

- Francesco

On 09/06/11 07:58, Veaceslav Munteanu wrote:
> hello,
> you mean SQLite?
> Yes, i use it.
> I know that MySql is faster and better, but i didn't find time to
> configure it.
> On Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 3:16 AM, Francesco Riosa <francesco at pnpitalia.it
> <mailto:francesco at pnpitalia.it>> wrote:
>     Valid also if you know someone that do use the "internal" database
>     feature.
>     Rationale is that I badly want to remove it, but hate to remove
>     functionality that is seen as useful by users.
>     best regards,
>     Francesco Riosa
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