Not for cookies, but for data and just very recently, I had a need for a local storage, aka desktop database. Of course, it has to be small but complete, mature and functional. And the API, I am creating, has to be simple.
Thus “C++ SQLite Yet Another API (YAPI)”, was born.
- Part two: the low-level way to SQLite UDF’s
- Part three: the easy UDF’s this lib provides
Update: just checked in, a much lighter version “1.0.1”.
There are things in there which are important and not currently documented in this post. Like using syslog, windows client and server, and a such. Or proper usage of std::system_error etc. Time is short and documentation is surely comming. Please stay tuned.
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After reading the second installment about what I announced as “simple” C++ API , you have been thinking it is a bit overwhelming and certainly not that simple. And then comes: C++ SQLite Yet Another Api (YAPI) Part 3 Easy UDF’s.
In C+ SQLite Yet Another Api (YAPI) Part 2, we will be explaining how is User Defined Functions, SQLite mechanism wrapped up.