sqlite over libgda

I have learnt

* DDL ( data definition language ) varies from one implementation to another.

* it is easier and faster to maintain for one (database) backend , rather than across many.

* libgda is good when you are designing a application to manage databases.

* libgda is an overkill, when all you need to do is to maintain a small database.

* sqlite is fast, small, well documented, and has an active support over irc.

* to restrict db related code to as few files as possible.

* sqlite is an excellent resource to look up implementation of ".import" command.

* using git ( or any othe vcs ) saves a lot of time.


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