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Changelog for SQLite
Release What has changed?
1.0.3 Upgraded libsqlite to version 2.8.14

"Fixed" the bug where calling sqlite_query() with multiple SQL statements in a
single string would not work if you looked at the return value. The fix for
this case is to use the new sqlite_exec() function instead. (Stas)
1.0.2 Upgraded libsqlite to version 2.9.11
Fixed crash bug in module shutdown
Fixed crash with empty queries
Fixed column name mangling bug
1.0.1 Upgraded libsqlite to version 2.9.11
Fixed crash bug in module shutdown
Fixed crash with empty queries
Fixed column name mangling bug
1.0 Added:
sqlite_udf_encode_binary() and sqlite_udf_decode_binary() for
handling binary data in UDF callbacks.
sqlite_popen() for persistent db connections.
sqlite_unbuffered_query() for high performance queries.
sqlite_last_error() returns error code from last operation.
sqlite_error_string() returns description of error.
sqlite_create_aggregate() for registering aggregating SQL functions.
sqlite_create_function() for registering regular SQL functions.
sqlite_fetch_string() for speedy access to first column of result sets.
sqlite_fetch_all() to receive all rowsets from a query as an array.
iteration interface
sqlite_query() functions accept resource/query string in either order,
for compatibility with mysql and postgresql extensions.
Fixed some build issues for thread-safe builds.
Increase the default busy timeout interval to 60 seconds.
0.9b Added:
sqlite_popen() for persistent db connections.
sqlite_unbuffered_query() for high performance queries.
sqlite_last_error() returns error code from last operation.
sqlite_error_string() returns description of error.
sqlite_create_aggregate() for registering aggregating SQL functions.
sqlite_create_function() for registering regular SQL functions.
sqlite_fetch_string() for speedy access to first column of result sets.
iteration interface
sqlite_query() functions accept resource/query string in either order,
for compatibility with mysql and postgresql extensions.
Fixed some build issues for thread-safe builds.
API is considered stabilized for 4.3.x; this is a pre-release before
announcing stable version 1.0.

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