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[bug] Something fishy going on with sqlite3...
- From: Achim Gratz <Stromeko at nexgo dot de>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2012 20:59:14 +0100
- Subject: [bug] Something fishy going on with sqlite3...
I've been trying to troubleshoot an SQLite failure that boils down to
this: SQLite catches an access denied error when trying to create a
_temporary_ table and only when sqlite3 is run from mintty. If I do the
same thing in a console, all is well (as I found out when trying to
strace the sqlite3 process in another window).
:sqlite> CREATE TEMP TABLE two (
: ...> id INTEGER NOT NULL,
: ...> name CHAR (64) NOT NULL
: ...> );
I'm already at the 2012-03-14 snapshot. I currently work around by
compiling SQLite to use only memory and nver a file for temporary
tables, but it seems that there may be a larger problem lurking here.
The same thing happens with the packaged sqlite3, a freshly compiled one
from the source package and the version that is delivered with the
DBD::SQLite package from CPAN.
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