SQLite 3 support
I've just checked in initial support for using Django on top of the SQLite 3 database (it's in revision 288). While it's been tested a little bit, there are possibly still bugs, so please file a ticket if you find any rough edges.
This change should make it very simple to get up and running with Django quickly; no need to set up a database, muck with permissions, or what have you.
It's easy to use: in your settings file just set
sqlite3 and set
DATABASE_NAME to the full path to the database file; the rest of the database settings are ignored by the SQLite backend. You'll need to have SQLite 3 and pysqlite2 installed.
Posted by Jacob Kaplan-Moss on July 21, 2005