It also has the facility to open the database in a protected child, communicating with the caller via pipes. This allows for stronger sandboxing of the calling process.
Download the latest version's
or download the project from GitHub.
Then run the configuration script with
./configure. (See the
script for details.)
Finally, compile with
sudo make install (or
doas make install, whatever the case may be).
See the ksql(3) manpage for complete library documentation.
All sources use the ISC (like OpenBSD) license. See the LICENSE.md file for details.