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An drop-in replacement for LevelDOWN that works in mysql


mysqlDOWN is a mad science experience building a mysql-wrapper around leveldown, so that it can be used in levelup. It's also a way for me to remember how to write sql.

Really unstable. I'm not a pro sql-guy, so lot's of things might be really badly done. But hey, it sort of works... So that's badass.

var MysqlDOWN = require('./')
  , levelup = require('levelup')
  , factory = function (location) { return new MysqlDOWN(location) }
  , db = levelup(
      , { db: factory }
db.put('beep', 'boop')
db.put('foo', 'bar')
  .on('data', console.log)
  .on('close', function () { console.log('it is over now') })