sqlite-dump.el views SQLite
database files in Emacs as
.dump" SQL text. Editing and re-writing works too (though not
CREATE TABLE foo ( key TEXT NOT NULL PRIMARY KEY, value TEXT DEFAULT NULL); INSERT INTO "foo" VALUES('hello','world'); ...
Re-writing is a handy way to make changes if you're confident the database is safe for a dump/recreate round-trip. Saving is a complete file replacement not database operations, so it's no good if other processes are accessing it, but it does allow for radical edits.
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