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Berkeley DB an Emacs

From: Kevin A. Burton
Subject: Berkeley DB an Emacs
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2003 13:27:50 -0800
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Has anyone done any work to port/integrate berkeley DB within Emacs?

I'm thinking of spending some time building a symbol cross reference system within Emacs but need a decent database backend.

Berkeley DB would be perfect and the GPL license fits.

Also, as an aside - can Emacs do dynamic linking to native libraries? It would be a good way to build external C packages without having to actually recompile my whole Emacs.

I've spent some time on this before but it just didn't seem possible.

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