Archives Nov. 15, 2004
SQLite is a fairly straightforward engine, but it feels far less evolved than PostgreSQL, or even MySQL (which itself feels less evolved than PostgreSQL). It provides a set of "pragma" commands to make it easy to query the current database schema (perform introspection).
The thing about these attempts to make it easier to do ...!-->!-->
Alexei and I used to hang around a lot. What with him moving to China we don't seem to do that any more. He's a renaissance type of person, with a strong focus on the artistic side. He just put up a site showing some of his works. Enjoy it at your leisure, gentle readers.
Didn't wind up having Natasha or Lara come over to grams' place with me, so it was a one-on-one tournament. Of course, grams wound up bragging to all and sundry about how she was going to beat me, so the universe decided to teach her a lesson.
Final score was 4 games to 1 (for ...!-->!-->
How does one go about testing/verifying 183 extensions when one only has 15 or so extensions available on one's graphics card?
Simple, one does not.
I'm going to write a few tests to make sure that the general approach works, but I'm intending to let users who care about particular extensions write tests and submit ...!-->!-->!-->!-->
Still working on getting the OpenGL extensions to compile. The bulk of the extensions compile fine, but there are new pointer-types being defined that are causing problems. I would guess I could just manually copy the appropriate definitions into the swig files, I just want to avoid too much manual maintenance of these files.