What version of OS X will you require? If you want to require Tiger
then you can use Core Data which will likely be easier than writing
all the DB glue code. Also if you use Core Data I'd assume, since it
will be core OS X there'll end up being all kinds of third party tools
to play with the data store. Other than that I'd go with MySQL - it's
popular and there's a Cocoa wrapper for it somewhere. Check the
archives for details - I haven't used it personally.
On Sun, 30 Jan 2005 23:01:03 -0500, Benjamin Jones
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> I'm starting a database driven program (actually a ported windows app
> but) what would be the best database to use in cocoa, and the easiest
> for the user to install. I was thinking of mysql because thats a
> personal favorite but i was hoping to find something with a very easy
> cocoa interface and the if the user needed to, the database app would
> be easy to use. Thanks.
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