Discussion:
https://github.com/danlentz/cl-ctrie/tree/persistence/ can this be used as a multi node database?
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Azathoth Hastur
2020-04-18 04:28:18 UTC
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https://github.com/danlentz/cl-ctrie/tree/persistence/
Po Lu
2020-04-18 08:10:26 UTC
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There are Postgres bindings for Common Lisp. I suggest you use them.
(plus, most lisp implementations have postgres bindings too, for
instance several of the more popular Schemes.)
Azathoth Hastur
2020-04-20 18:02:09 UTC
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Post by Po Lu
There are Postgres bindings for Common Lisp. I suggest you use them.
(plus, most lisp implementations have postgres bindings too, for
instance several of the more popular Schemes.)
So? What has this got to do with the question?
Please no advice, you rude dunce.
Stay on the topic and learn English.
Stop blathering on about other things not related to the question.
If you don't know then shut up.
You are dumb. Learn English.
Po Lu
2020-04-21 08:56:53 UTC
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Post by Azathoth Hastur
So? What has this got to do with the question?
I'm suggesting you something better to use.
Post by Azathoth Hastur
Please no advice, you rude dunce.
I'm not being rude, but I'm trying to be helpful.
You're being rude.
Post by Azathoth Hastur
Stay on the topic and learn English.
I'm no native speaker, but I doubt anyone else here would dispute the
fact that my English is better than yours.
Post by Azathoth Hastur
Stop blathering on about other things not related to the question.
On the contrary, it's perfectly relavant.
Post by Azathoth Hastur
If you don't know then shut up.
You are dumb. Learn English.
I learned English a few decades ago.
Chris Vine
2020-04-20 19:39:21 UTC
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On Sat, 18 Apr 2020 16:10:26 +0800
Post by Po Lu
There are Postgres bindings for Common Lisp. I suggest you use them.
(plus, most lisp implementations have postgres bindings too, for
instance several of the more popular Schemes.)
I should stop replying to this guy. He used to go by the name of
gavino and now morphs his ID from time to time. He is one of life's
losers, just leave it at that.
Po Lu
2020-04-21 08:57:57 UTC
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Post by Chris Vine
I should stop replying to this guy. He used to go by the name of
gavino and now morphs his ID from time to time. He is one of life's
losers, just leave it at that.
I wish I had time to read this before wasting more time posting
follow-ups. Thanks.
Azathoth Hastur
2020-05-08 15:21:20 UTC
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Post by Po Lu
Post by Chris Vine
I should stop replying to this guy. He used to go by the name of
gavino and now morphs his ID from time to time. He is one of life's
losers, just leave it at that.
I wish I had time to read this before wasting more time posting
follow-ups. Thanks.
well bring an intelligent reply without insults next time
or be quiet
Azathoth Hastur
2020-05-08 15:22:29 UTC
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Post by Chris Vine
On Sat, 18 Apr 2020 16:10:26 +0800
Post by Po Lu
There are Postgres bindings for Common Lisp. I suggest you use them.
(plus, most lisp implementations have postgres bindings too, for
instance several of the more popular Schemes.)
I should stop replying to this guy. He used to go by the name of
gavino and now morphs his ID from time to time. He is one of life's
losers, just leave it at that.
Lol nah you are dunce.
I win nonstop.
Like Trump!
Trump2020

protip: if you don't have an answer to the question, then be quiet, and certainly don't throw insults, you spergy dunce.
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