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2017-08-22 13:07 阅读 89
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在Golang应用程序中使用Couchbase Lite(不是Couchbase Server)

I'm wondering if anyone has ever tried to use Couchbase Lite (not Couchbase Server) in a Golang application. In other words building it into a Golang binary?

I came across this library Couchbase Lite Core and through a quick read, it looks like the underlying library for Couchbase Lite (I stand corrected)? What I couldn't find though was how to use it.

Has anyone tried to make this work with something like cgo perhaps? I'm looking to build it statically into the application so it doesn't have dependencies when distributed.

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    doulao7998636570 doulao7998636570 2017-08-27 06:42

    Lite Core is the underlying implementation of the upcoming 2.0 version of Couchbase Lite. It's still under development. The intention is to have a common core, with platform and language specific bindings on top.

    There is currently no Go implementation I'm aware of. cgo does look like an option. Given the goal of Lite Core being the underlying implementation for all platforms, this seems on its face like a reasonable approach.

    If you're interested, there's a GitHub account for community projects at https://github.com/couchbaselabs. If you work on this, it would be great to have it included there.

    To see an example of platform integration, take a look at https://github.com/couchbase/couchbase-lite-ios/tree/feature/2.0

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  • doushai4890 doushai4890 2017-08-23 20:39

    I haven't tried embedding Couchbase Lite, but my team and I make extensive use of embedded datastores like BoltDB Assuming you aren't using Couchbase's replication features heavily, BoltDB may meet your requirements.

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