Updated: sqlite3- for Cygwin/Cygwin64

Jan Nijtmans jan.nijtmans@gmail.com
Tue Nov 4 12:31:00 GMT 2014

SQLite is a software library that implements a self-contained,
serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine

Changes since 3.8.6-1
* Updated to upstream release. See:
  Main new feature: "pragma threads=?" (default=0, max = 8). This
  enables SQLite to use multiple processor cores at the same
  time for sorting operations. See:
* Additional SQLite (minor) bug-fixes, cherry-picked from SQLite trunk:
  * Add special handling for static mutexes in sqlite3_mutex_alloc()
    when automatic calls to sqlite3_initialize() are enabled
  * Fix the %c format character in sqlite3VXPrintf() so that it correctly
    handles precisions larger than 70
  * Fix a (probably harmless) bug in the CSV output mode of
    the command-line shell
  * Change the command-line shell man-page to use the ".tr"
    troff directive instead of ".cc" for escaping the initial "."
    characters in the ".help" output
* Additional SQLite bug-fixes, rejected (apparently) upstream
  but important (and simple) enough for Cygwin:
  * VFS filename truncation issues
  * Wrong filename handling in sqlite3_load_extension() for Cygwin
  * pragma database_list returns win32 paths on Cygwin
  * ISO time leap second
  * update to Unicode 7.0 for FTS3 tokenizer

Jan Nijtmans

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