Archive for the tag "sqlite"
Ever since this blog’s inception I have used a plugin called “PDO for WordPress” which allowed me to have a SQLite (file-based) database instead of the default MySQL database used by WordPress. There are a couple of bugs in PDO for WordPress that I was getting tired of, and perhaps some of the people writing comments have […]
Just to let you know, I created a permanent page (as opposed to a blog article) called “PDO Powered“. You’ll find it in the left sidebar of the blog – right below the link to my “About” page. A few posts back when I wrote about a blog upgrade where I finally fixed my database […]
I just upgraded my blog to WordPress 3.4. My blog’s database backend is not MySQL but instead (for portability reasons) I am using PDO for WordPress, a plugin which uses PDO (a PHP data access abstraction layer) to allow the use a sqlite database; i.e. a simple file. Unfortunately this sqlite backend is not 100% […]