It is not supposed to replace SQLite3, it's more a different project ....
When the bounty for ODBC red will be rewarderd another one will start for SQLLite 4
Pekr: As I understand SQLite4 is not *just* a key/value database, "SQLite4 is a complete, relational, transactional, ACID, SQL database database engine ". That key/alue is just one of its stored engines. So it actually is a new version of SQLite3 which is not backward compatible, but also not a replacement. Thanks for sharing the link by the way.
And it uses its key/value storage engine for all indexes in all tables in a database which is different than sqlite3.
Yes, that's the code being used to port this ODBC extension to a rebol 3 module
Anyone of experience with RETS (Real Estate Transaction Standard)? Its a gateway to access an SQL database. It seems staight forward but it deals with cookies and I'm not sure how that is done with rebol.