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sqlite3-3.7.5-2.1 RPM for i586

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Name: sqlite3 Distribution: openSUSE 11.4
Version: 3.7.5 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.1 Build date: Fri Feb 18 19:55:49 2011
Group: Productivity/Databases/Servers Build host: build12
Size: 48440 Source RPM: sqlite3-3.7.5-2.1.src.rpm
Summary: Embeddable SQL Database Engine
SQLite is a C library that implements an embeddable SQL database
engine. Programs that link with the SQLite library can have SQL
database access without running a separate RDBMS process.

SQLite is not a client library used to connect to a big database
server. SQLite is a server and the SQLite library reads and writes
directly to and from the database files on disk.

SQLite can be used via the sqlite command line tool or via any
application that supports the Qt database plug-ins.

    D. Richard Hipp <>




Public Domain, Freeware


* Thu Feb 03 2011
  - New Version: 3.7.5:
    * Added the sqlite3_vsnprintf() interface.
      sqlite3_db_status() interface.
    * Added the SQLITE_OMIT_AUTORESET compile-time option.
    * Added the SQLITE_DEFAULT_FOREIGN_KEYS compile-time option.
    * Updates to sqlite3_stmt_readonly() so that its result is
      well-defined for all prepared statements and so that it works
      with VACUUM.
    * Added the "-heap" option to the command-line shell
    * Fix a bug involving frequent changes in and out of WAL mode
      and VACUUM that could (in theory) cause database corruption.
    * Enhance the sqlite3_trace() mechanism so that nested SQL
      statements such as might be generated by virtual tables are
      shown but are shown in comments and without parameter
      expansion. This greatly improves tracing output when using the
      FTS3/4 and/or RTREE virtual tables.
    * Change the xFileControl() methods on all built-in VFSes to
      return SQLITE_NOTFOUND instead of SQLITE_ERROR for an
      unrecognized operation code.
    * The SQLite core invokes the SQLITE_FCNTL_SYNC_OMITTED file
      control to the VFS in place of a call to xSync if the database
      has PRAGMA synchronous set to OFF.
  - Split off sqlite3-tcl into a separate source package.
* Thu Jan 13 2011
  - Adjust the package to the new upstream tarball naming and
    version numbering scheme.
  - New version: 3.7.4:
    * Added the sqlite3_blob_reopen() interface to allow an
      existing sqlite3_blob object to be rebound to a new row.
    * Use the new sqlite3_blob_reopen() interface to improve the
      performance of FTS.
    * VFSes that do not support shared memory are allowed to access
      WAL databases if PRAGMA locking_mode is set to EXCLUSIVE.
    * Enhancements to EXPLAIN QUERY PLAN.
    * Added the sqlite3_stmt_readonly() interface.
    * Added PRAGMA checkpoint_fullfsync.
    * Added the SQLITE_FCNTL_FILE_POINTER option to
    * Added support for FTS4 and enhancements to the FTS matchinfo()
    * Added the test_superlock.c module which provides example code
      for obtaining an exclusive lock to a rollback or WAL database.
    * Added the test_multiplex.c module which provides an example
      VFS that provides multiplexing (sharding) of a DB, splitting
      it over multiple files of fixed size.
    * A very obscure bug associated with the or optimization was
* Wed Nov 17 2010
  - New version: 3.7.3:
    * Added the sqlite3_create_function_v2() interface that
      includes a destructor callback.
    * Added support for custom r-tree queries using
      application-supplied callback routines to define the boundary
      of the query region.
    * The default page cache strives more diligently to avoid using
      memory beyond what is allocated to it by
      SQLITE_CONFIG_PAGECACHE. Or if using page cache is allocating
      from the heap, it strives to avoid going over the
      sqlite3_soft_heap_limit64(), even if
    * Added the sqlite3_soft_heap_limit64() interface as a
      replacement for sqlite3_soft_heap_limit().
    * The ANALYZE command now gathers statistics on tables even if
      they have no indices.
    * Tweaks to the query planner to help it do a better job of
      finding the most efficient query plan for each query.
    * Enhanced the internal text-to-numeric conversion routines so
      that they work with UTF8 or UTF16, thereby avoiding some
      UTF16-to-UTF8 text conversions.
    * Fix a problem that was causing excess memory usage with large
      WAL transactions in win32 systems.
    * The interface between the VDBE and B-Tree layer is enhanced
      such that the VDBE provides hints to the B-Tree layer letting
      the B-Tree layer know when it is safe to use hashing instead
      of B-Trees for transient tables.
    * Miscellaneous documentation enhancements.
* Fri Aug 27 2010
  - New version: 3.7.2:
    * Added new commands SQLITE_DBSTATUS_SCHEMA_USED and
      SQLITE_DBSTATUS_STMT_USED to the sqlite3_db_status()
      interface, in order to report out the amount of memory used
      to hold the schema and prepared statements of a connection.
    * Increase the maximum size of a database pages from 32KiB to
    * Use the LIKE optimization even if the right-hand side string
      contains no wildcards.
    * Added the SQLITE_FCNTL_CHUNK_SIZE verb to the
      sqlite3_file_control() interface for both unix and windows, to
      cause database files to grow in large chunks in order to reduce
      disk fragmentation.
    * Fixed a bug in the query planner that caused performance
      regresssions relative to on some complex joins.
    * Fixed a typo in the OS/2 backend.
    * Refactored the pager module.
    * The SQLITE_MAX_PAGE_SIZE compile-time option is now silently
      ignored. The maximum page size is hard-coded at 65536 bytes.
    * Fix an old and very obscure bug that can lead to corruption of
      the database free-page list when incremental_vacuum is used.
* Thu Aug 05 2010
  - New version
    * Fix a potential database corruption problem that can result
      if the same database file is alternately written by version
      3.7.0 and
    * Fix a possible performance regression caused by the
      introduction of automatic indexing.
* Thu Jul 22 2010
  - New version: 3.7.0:
    * Added support for write-ahead logging.
    * Query planner enhancement - automatic transient indices are
      created when doing so reduces the estimated query time.
    * Query planner enhancement - the ORDER BY becomes a no-op if
      the query also contains a GROUP BY clause that forces the
      correct output order.
    * Add the SQLITE_DBSTATUS_CACHE_USED verb for
    * The logical database size is now stored in the database
      header so that bytes can be appended to the end of the
      database file without corrupting it and so that SQLite will
      work correctly on systems that lack support for ftruncate().
* Mon Jul 05 2010
  - Bugfix release:
    * Fix a bug in the offsets() function of FTS3.
    * Fix a missing "sync" that when omitted could lead to database
      corruption if a power failure or OS crash occurred just as a
      ROLLBACK operation was finishing.
* Sat Apr 24 2010
  - buildrequire pkg-config to fix provides
* Wed Mar 10 2010
  - Version 3.6.23:
    * Added the secure_delete pragma.
    * Added the sqlite3_compileoption_used() and
      sqlite3_compileoption_get() interfaces as well as the
      compile_options pragma and the sqlite_compileoption_used() and
      sqlite_compileoption_get() SQL functions.
    * Added the sqlite3_log() interface together with the
      SQLITE_CONFIG_LOG verb to sqlite3_config(). The ".log" command
      is added to the Command Line Interface.
    * Improvements to FTS3.
    * Improvements and bug-fixes in support for
    * The integrity_check pragma is enhanced to detect out-of-order
    * The ".genfkey" operator has been removed from the Command Line
    * Updates to the co-hosted Lemon LALR(1) parser
      generator. (These updates did not effect SQLite.)
    * Various minor bug fixes and performance enhancements.
* Wed Jan 20 2010
  - Add -fno-strict-aliasing to CFLAGS as a temporary workaround
    for a crash on (at least) PPC (bnc#571934).
* Thu Jan 14 2010
  - New version: 3.6.22:
    * Fix bugs that can (rarely) lead to incorrect query results
      when the CAST or OR operators are used in the WHERE clause of
      a query.
    * Continuing enhancements and improvements to FTS3.
    * The SQL output resulting from sqlite3_trace() is now modified
      to include the values of bound parameters.
    * Performance optimizations targetting a specific use case from
      a single high-profile user of SQLite. A 12% reduction in the
      number of CPU operations is achieved (as measured by
      valgrind). Actual performance improvements in practice may
      vary depending on workload. Changes include:
    * The ifnull() and coalesce() SQL functions are now
      implemented using in-line VDBE code rather than calling
      external functions, so that unused arguments need never be
    * The substr() SQL function does not bother to measure the
      length its entire input string if it is only computing a
    * Unnecessary OP_IsNull, OP_Affinity, and OP_MustBeInt VDBE
      opcodes are suppressed.
    * Various code refactorizations for performance.
    * The FTS3 extension has undergone a major rework and
      cleanup. New FTS3 documentation is now available.
    * The SQLITE_SECURE_DELETE compile-time option fixed to make
      sure that content is deleted even when the truncate
      optimization applies.
    * Improvements to "dot-command" handling in the Command Line
    * Other minor bug fixes and documentation enhancements.
* Mon Dec 14 2009
  - add baselibs.conf as a source
* Mon Nov 30 2009
  - New version: 3.6.20.
  - Reworked package to use the "amalgamation" source distribution
    as recommended by the author and to fix the following bugs:
    * bnc#555845: sqlite3 should link libdl
    * bnc#470371: system sqlite should be built with fts3
* Thu Oct 22 2009
  - enabled load-extension option since some packages need
    such symbol
* Wed Aug 05 2009
  - New version: 3.6.16:
    * Fix a bug (ticket #3929) that occasionally causes INSERT or
      UPDATE operations to fail on an indexed table that has a
      self-modifying trigger.
    * Refactor the internal representation of SQL expressions so
      that  they use less memory on embedded platforms.
    * Reduce the amount of stack space used
    * The sqlite3_create_function() family of interfaces now return
      SQLITE_MISUSE instead of SQLITE_ERROR when passed invalid
      parameter combinations.
    * When new tables are created using CREATE TABLE ... AS SELECT
      ... the datatype of the columns is the simplified SQLite
      datatype (TEXT, INT, REAL, NUMERIC, or BLOB) instead of a
      copy of the original datatype from the source table.
    * Resolve race conditions when checking for a hot rollback
    * The sqlite3_shutdown() interface frees all mutexes under
    * Enhanced robustness against corrupt database files
    * Continuing improvements to the test suite and fixes to
      obscure bugs and inconsistencies that the test suite
      improvements are uncovering.
    * Other minor bug fixes and performance optimizations.
* Tue Jun 02 2009
  - New version
    * Fix a code generator bug introduced in version 3.6.14. This bug
      can cause incorrect query results under obscure circumstances.
  - Use the old naming scheme when building on openSUSE < 11.0.



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