[Digikam-users] Mysql/MariaDb database expert needs...

Piter Dias piter.dias at piterdias.com
Wed Nov 11 11:58:57 GMT 2015

I use digikam under Windows and mysql as database (in a Linux box).

What do you need? Someone to test?

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Em 11 de nov de 2015 08:07, pelo 08:07, Gilles Caulier <caulier.gilles at gmail.com> escrito:
>Hi all,
>In my huge task of simplification of libraries puzzle, with current
>5.0.0-beta implementation, i backported all libkface code in digiKam
>including database. Now digiKam 5.0.0 will not use libkface.
>I review all database management code, included recognition database,
>factorized all when it's possible. I tested Sqlite implementation and
>schema, and all work fine.
>Now recognition database is managed as thumbnails and core database :
>place to store DB files, and same Sqlite engine.
>As database code is common with other DB engines, this want mean that
>recognition DB can be managed with Mysql/MariaDB too.
>So now, i started a tedious task : review all Mysql bugs, that i sorted
>this summer. The first task is to look into migration files :
>And i must admit that i'm not an expert with MySql/MariaDB. So i need
>external expertise and help here.
>The code from git/master is now fixed to reproduce 4.x mysql support,
>same bugs of course.
>There are 2 solutions to use MySql/MariaDb : internal or external
>In a first step, i would to start with the first one, which will be
>simpler to test and run.
>But before to continue, i would to know if there is somebody in this
>who can help me in this task.
>Thanks in advance
>Gilles Caulier
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