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LlamaDB

Fair warning: this project is not maintained.

Do not use this for anything important, like... for anything. This is a database I wrote for the fun of it. It will never be production-ready.

LlamaDB is a simple SQL database, written entirely in the Rust programming language.

Building

LlamaDB is built using the nightly builds of Rust and Cargo. For installation instructions, go to http://www.rust-lang.org.

To use the CLI, navigate to the cli/ directory and run cargo run. You'll be greeted by the friendly llamadb> prompt, with whom you can enter SQL queries. To exit the CLI, press Ctrl+D.

Examples, Features and TODO

For a quick rundown of implemented features, see the Usage guide.

See the issue tracker for unimplemented features and bugs: https://github.com/nukep/llamadb/issues

About

I started this mostly as a learning project so that I could learn SQL and its implementation details better. This project may or may not go anywhere; we'll just have to see.

The other reason I started this was to see how the Rust programming language could be used to write large projects such as SQL databases. So far, I think it's working out fairly well. :)

Special thanks

A HUGE THANKS goes out to SQLite and the SQLite documentation. Their wonderful docs helped shed some light on the SQL syntax and other crucial details such as their B-Tree implementation.

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