Thursday, 18th May 2023
SQLite 3.42.0. The latest SQLite has a tiny feature I requested on the SQLite Forum—SELECT unixepoch(’subsec’) now returns the current time in milliseconds since the Unix epoch, a big improvement on the previous recipe of select cast((julianday(’now’)—2440587.5) * 86400 * 1000 as integer)!
Also in the release: JSON5 support (JSON with multi-line strings and comments), a bunch of improvements to the query planner and CLI tool, plus various interesting internal changes. # 9:14 pm
I’ve been building out a small suite of command-line tools for working with ChatGPT, GPT-4 and potentially other language models in the future.[... 1317 words]
lmdb.tcl —the first version of Redis, written in TCL (via) Really neat piece of computing history here—the very first version of what later became Redis, written as a 319 line TCL stript for LLOOGG, Salvatore Sanfilippo’s old analytics startup. # 4:57 pm