11th October 2011
tudu is just what it says in the title, and is written in C.
All the functions are mapped to keys. Extremely flexible: you can use it either as a simple to-do list, or utilize a bunch of optional features (priorities, schedules, deadlines, categories, tags, maybe something else).
If you (like me) love ncurses – you will love tudu Just give it a try.
Screenshot copyright: Ruben Pollan (tudu author).
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6th October 2011
For some reason, I believed that MyISAM storage engine should be very fast – faster than InnoDB and Postgres. After all, MyISAM does not support transactions, has no logging, and is overall simpler than “true” storage engines/databases.
I was surprised to find out that this isn’t true, at least for the specific (simple!) query I’m interested in:
SELECT primary_id FROM tablename WHERE indexed_varchar = %s AND intcol1 < = %d AND intcol2 > %d
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1st October 2011
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