SQLAlchemy storage backend #51

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toxinu opened this Issue Mar 22, 2013 · 6 comments

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toxinu commented Mar 22, 2013

It could be cool to have a sqlite storage backend for the quick start installation.
Instead of sofart which is more a personal quick and dirty in-memory database.

And in-memory is totally not for an RSS reader.

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orva commented Mar 22, 2013

SQLite would also be more better/lightweight backend if people are running leselys as single user, self hosted reader.

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toxinu commented Mar 22, 2013

Totally agree!
Sofart was just for the lol, something like an in-memory mongodb. 😄

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orva commented Mar 22, 2013

@socketubs Are you already working on this? This is really nagging me now and I could take this if it isn't your top prio task :P

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toxinu commented Mar 22, 2013

Why not, but the code is not very very good. I've started it many time ago.
I can add you to collaborators if you want to commit on it. 😄

I think I'll be focus on Leselys right now.

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toxinu commented Mar 23, 2013

Ok, so I have a SQLAlchemy backend right now but Sqlite with multi threaded application like Leselys don't really work. Specially when you import OPML.

Sqlite just cry and say database is locked. I'm totally new with SQLAlchemy and I don't now how to tweak it.
I think I will continue to "support" sofart backend while sqlite branch is clearly not stable.

If someone is good at SQLAlchemy and have some time, you are welcome ! 😄

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toxinu commented May 9, 2013

Totally not in roadmap.

toxinu closed this May 9, 2013

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