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1 point by akkartik 2004 days ago | link | parent

I built a full-time website with it for a year (temporarily down). But it didn't use a database, just flat files like HN.


1 point by jsgrahamus 2003 days ago | link

I'm wondering about something which might have high document storage requirements. I guess it would have to be web-based (don't know how exactly one would integrate arc with another GUI environment).

I know I've seen comments here about integrating it with a db. Anyone remember the article # or URL?

Thanks, Steve

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2 points by thaddeus 2003 days ago | link

Here are some options for you:

Option 1. Use Fleetdb.

http://fleetdb.org/. Here's some rudimentary code to make this work with anarki: http://blackstag.com/fleetdb-client.arc

Option 2. Use any database that supports an HTTP interface.

You can use the anarki http library here: https://github.com/nex3/arc/blob/master/lib/http.arc along with something like Riak or Couchdb, etc.

Option 3. MySql over HTTP:

http://code.nytimes.com/projects/dbslayer

Option 4. Get the FFI working to access MySql and other more traditional database systems.

Some people had been working on the FFI interface, but so far I've yet to see anything that works. You can read my noob entry about this here: http://arclanguage.com/item?id=10839 and there were recent attempts by others as well.

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1 point by jsgrahamus 2003 days ago | link

Some good ideas. Thanks, Thaddeus. Steve

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1 point by evanrmurphy 2004 days ago | link

Readwarp?

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1 point by akkartik 2003 days ago | link

Yup

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1 point by akkartik 1996 days ago | link

It's back up but quite slow and flaky because it has a lot less RAM now: http://readwarp.com.

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