DBGo was originally written as a Golang practice and is not meant for serious usage as there are some serious implementation flaws
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"DBGo" is a light-weight relational database engine implemented in Go programming language. It is a programming exercise I gave to myself when I began to learn Go. Primary features: 1. Create/rename/delete tables. 2. Add/delete table columns. 3. Insert/update/delete table rows. 4. Primary key, foreign key constraints. 5. Update restricted & delete restricted triggers. 6. Table locks: exclusive and shared locks. 7. Basic transaction management: roll-back support. 8. Relational algebras: select, project, join, redefine. 9. Only one data type: string. 10. Nicely formatted table data file (Like a spreadsheet). 11. Easy to extend and customize to suit your needs. Please read doc/index.html for more details. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION ======================== Download the source code, place it into your application's source directory. Then follow the examples provided in src/cmd/main.go to use it. Edit on 2013-06-25: DBGo was originally written as a Golang practice and is not meant for serious usage as there are some serious implementation flaws.