ORLite::Mirror − Extend ORLite to support remote SQLite databases
# Regular ORLite on a readonly SQLite database use ORLite 'path/mydb.sqlite'; # The equivalent for a remote SQLite database use ORLite::Mirror 'http://myserver/path/mydb.sqlite'; # You can read compressed SQLite databases as well use ORLite::Mirror 'http://myserver/path/mydb.sqlite.gz'; use ORLite::Mirror 'http://myserver/path/mydb.sqlite.bz2'; (Of course you can only do one of the above)
ORLite provides a readonly ORM API when it loads a readonly SQLite database from your local system.
By combining this capability with LWP , ORLite::Mirror goes one step better and allows you to load a SQLite database from any arbitrary URI in readonly form as well.
As demonstrated in the synopsis above, you using ORLite::Mirror in the same way, but provide a URL instead of a file name.
If the URL explicitly ends with a ’.gz’ or ’.bz2’ then ORLite::Mirror will decompress the file before loading it.
Bugs should be reported via the CPAN bug tracker at
For other issues, contact the author.
Adam Kennedy <adamk AT cpan DOT org>
Copyright 2008 − 2010 Adam Kennedy.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
The full text of the license can be found in the LICENSE file included with this module.