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Searching for Luasqlite3 binaries for Windows

Luciano de Souza

Hello listers,

Having written to the group, I receive very nice tips about data persistence.

For small quantities of data, Json, Data and Serialize seems to be a good choice. The easiness to use it is really unbelievable. Db.lua is SQL compatible, so seems to be aappropriate to large set of data. Despite this, the documentation is extremely short.

Luasql is certainly a good choice, but I would to test Luasqlite3. I have visited its page, but I could not find the binaries for Windows. Regarding I am not a C program, I don't know how to compile source codes in this language.

Does someone know how I can find it?

 

Luciano de Souza

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Re: Searching for Luasqlite3 binaries for Windows

Jan-Pieter Jacobs-3
Hi!

* Luciano de Souza <[hidden email]> [100326 10:01]:
> Luasql is certainly a good choice, but I would to test Luasqlite3. I have visited its page, but I could not find the binaries for Windows. Regarding I am not a C program, I don't know how to compile source codes in this language.
>
> Does someone know how I can find it?

I know murgaLua (http://www.murga-projects.com/murgaLua/index.html)
contains Luasqlite3 bindings, and is available for Windows.
The 0.7-preview version is already available on the forum.

Greetings,
Jan-Pieter
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Re: Searching for Luasqlite3 binaries for Windows

Luciano de Souza
Jan-Pieter,

The package you sent me is very nice. More than Luasqlite, I find several
libraries. However, I am not sure if I will be able to use it. Actually, I
had found Luasqlite3 source code in Lua Forge. My problem is I am not a C
program, for this reason, I have never compiled C sources. I have tried to
do it with Dev-C. Despite my null knowledge in C, I considered that C
compilation would not be so difficult. But after perform the compilation
with ctrl+f9, I didn't get my DLL.

Unfortunately, what I could not obtain was the DLL for Luasqlite3. I don't
know what is the way. All Lua programmers need to know how to compile C
programs? Is this a pre-requisit for Lua developers?

Well, I am only a begginer. You can imagine how much background I need to
gather. Despite this, in this moment, if Lua sites only become available
source codes, I will consider this procedure a severe obstacle to begginers.

I am blind and I handle with the computer by means of a screen reader. If at
the site there is the DLLs for Windows, I could not find. But I think there
is only the source codes.

I have been studying Lua and I got some interesting things. The language is
really powerful and the tools are very accesible for my screen reader. But
everything I got up to now is related only to Lua, its interpretor and Lua
embedded in Pascal programs. If it's possible, initially I wouldn't like to
handle with C, but if it is really necessary, well, it's better to know and
start working!

Thank you very much for the package!



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From: "Jan-Pieter Jacobs" <[hidden email]>
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Fabian Peña
I sent to you (off list ) my win32 mysql and sqlite dlls , good luck!.

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Jan-Pieter Jacobs-3
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Well, just in case anyone wants to try murgaLua, and does not want to
make a forum-account to download the snapshot, its here:
http://jpjacobs.ulyssis.org/progs/murgaLua-snapshot.tar.gz
It's the Windows/Linux/OSX/FreeBSD/OpenMoko/Solaris version.

* Luciano de Souza <[hidden email]> [100326 11:12]:

> My
> problem is I am not a C program, for this reason, I have never
> compiled C sources. I have tried to do it with Dev-C. Despite my
> null knowledge in C, I considered that C compilation would not be so
> difficult. But after perform the compilation with ctrl+f9, I didn't
> get my DLL.
>
> Unfortunately, what I could not obtain was the DLL for Luasqlite3. I
> don't know what is the way. All Lua programmers need to know how to
> compile C programs? Is this a pre-requisit for Lua developers?
No need to compile, the binaries are in the package, its in
bin/Windows/

BTW, would anyone encounter any bugs, please feel free to report them
to the forum ;)

Greetings,

Jan-Pieter

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Re: Searching for Luasqlite3 binaries for Windows

Doug Currie
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On Mar 26, 2010, at 11:10 AM, Luciano de Souza wrote:

> [...] I have never compiled C sources. I have tried to do it with Dev-C. Despite my null knowledge in C, I considered that C compilation would not be so difficult. But after perform the compilation with ctrl+f9, I didn't get my DLL.
>
> Unfortunately, what I could not obtain was the DLL for Luasqlite3. I don't know what is the way. All Lua programmers need to know how to compile C programs?

Hopefully your luasqlite3 DLL is already in place. It is also available as a luarock, and it may behoove you to get luarocks working on your system. Once it is working it will be easier to explore other Lua library modules available only in source code.

http://www.luarocks.org/

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