1.5.24 -2 cygwin python 2.5.1 problem, "import sqlite3" fail

Thorsten Kampe thorsten@thorstenkampe.de
Fri Nov 9 16:02:00 GMT 2007

* Vincent Huang (Fri, 9 Nov 2007 15:27:31 +0800)
> Something about python sqlite3:
>     sqlite3 is a embeded database engine, it doesn't need server to
> support database service. since sqlite3 is just some kind of lib for
> all kinds of object develop lanage,  so i don't think for python to
> support sqlite3 need to install sqlite3 packet.
>    in fact, the sqlite3 packet in cygwin can be divied 3 category:
>    1) a cmd line tool to inspect sqlite3 file
>    2) a C libary file
>    3) a .H head file for C;
>    For other language (include python) to support sqlite, only  its
> header file(if have), libary file too need to be included.  it doesn't
> count on sqlite3 packet.
>    in Python 2.5 and afterwards, sqlite3 is a standard module, it must
> be supported. so i think even without sqlite3 packet, python should
> support sqlite3.

Man, you're certainly one of the bravest men I've ever met in this 
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