[fpc-pascal] TurboPower FlashFiler for Free Pascal
shiruba at galapagossoftware.com
Mon Oct 29 04:12:33 CET 2012
I wonder if we worked on the same POS application.
At any rate, flash filer is interesting if you want a 100% native pascal
application, but linking SQLite is easy and much more standard. SQLite
also has a large ecosystem of third party support, and is included by
default with most operating systems.
Another option for an all pascal solution would be one of the available XML
based data stores.
2012/10/26 22:43 "geneb" <geneb at deltasoft.com>:
> On Thu, 25 Oct 2012, Ralf A. Quint wrote:
> At 11:54 PM 10/23/2012, stdreamer wrote:
>> B-tree filer isn't worth the bytes on the disk for storage only as a
>>> piece of museum software on how things was in early 90's.
>> Little does he know...
>> Guess you weren't programming back in the early '90s or you would
>> probably not make such statements...
> B-Tree Filer was the core of a POS application I worked on in the early
> 90's. It performed excellently on the Lantastic environment that the store
> used. The Turbo Technojock Toolbox was also used heavily. It would be
> nice if that would get ported at some point. It's great for text mode
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