SQLite temporary path creation broken in latest stable release
Wed Jun 12 00:20:00 GMT 2013
Greetings, Warren Young!
> On 6/9/2013 19:26, Daniel Colascione wrote:
>> which I haven't been able to test
> You should. One of the changes is to prefer creating temporary tables
> in memory instead of on disk, which should bypass the problem.
> This bug is already under discussion on the SQLite mailing list:
> None of the SQLite core developers have responded to my charge that this
> looks like a bug in SQLite. It shouldn't be generating temporary file
> names with backslashes in them for Cygwin builds, since it knows such
> paths go through the Cygwin DLL, which sometimes has trouble doing the
> right thing with backslashes.
There's no reason to ever use backslashes in paths, ever.
> There is a chance the bug exists in the "Unix" path as well, since
> backslashes are legal in POSIX paths but not on Cygwin, but since the
> in-memory change will avoid this, my motivation to fix this bug twice is
> low. Once should be enough.
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Andrey Repin (email@example.com) 12.06.2013, <04:19>
Sorry for my terrible english...
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