[Haskell-cafe] Re: Re: SQL Database in Haskell?

Günther Schmidt gue.schmidt at web.de
Fri Aug 7 20:23:25 EDT 2009

Hi Max,

thanks for that hint. I had tried IxSet by itself and was unaware that  
Happs-state might be a solution.

Performance *is* a problem, not time but space. If you meant a time  
performance problem, that'd be acceptable, the app with SQLite is running  
too fast as it is. But the machines this app is supposed to be able to run  
are Win2k machines, so a space performance problem *is* a problem.

Which one did you mean?


Am 06.08.2009, 07:19 Uhr, schrieb Max Desyatov  
<explicitcall at googlemail.com>:

> As I can say from my experience of usage of hdbc-sqlite3 and
> happstack-state, the latter covers everything you ever wanted from
> sqlite3 and more.  It you aren't too concerned about performance, you
> can free yourself from many tedious routines that are imminent when you
> work with relational database.  Elaborated data model design coupled
> with some generics technique (uniplate with derive, e.g.) gives you a
> possibility to write down your domain problem directly to haskell.
> CK Kashyap <ck_kashyap at yahoo.com> writes:
>> I'd be very interested to see a rdbms implementation in Haskell ...
>> perhaps a port of sqlite
>> Regards,
>> Kashyap

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