Rustic bindings for sqlite3. OBSOLETE in favor of jgallagher/rusqlite
Copyright (c) 2014-2017 Dan Connolly and contributors
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Three layers of API are provided:
mod ffiprovides exhaustive, though unsafe, bindgen bindings for
mod coreprovides a minimal safe interface to the basic sqlite3 API
FromSqltraits, and the library provides convenient
The API design is perhaps stabilizing, though testing is uneven and I have not used the library beyond trivial integration tests.
- another thorough read-through of the sqlite API intro,
with unit tests to match; especially...
- unit testing other than the happy-paths
FromSqlcan now be implemented by clients, but the
typesmodule probably doesn't hit the 80% mark yet; e.g. it's missing uint and &[u8].
- investigate test coverage tools for rust
- basic benchmarking
Motivation and Acknowledgements
I was looking into sandstorm, a personal cloud platform with an architecture based on the wonderful capability security paradigm, and I found a rust application, acronymy, that uses the native API rather than the traditional POSIX environment.
I started poring over the code and followed the dependency link to
linuxfood's rustsqlite. I started working on a memory safety
issue etc. but soon found a number of large-scale API design
issues that I wasn't sure how to approach with the upstream
developers. I was also inspired by
ToSql and such
from sfackler's rust-postgres API.
So I started from scratch, using bindgen,
Result (sum types) etc.