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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.46.0nb1, Package name: sqlite3-3.46.0nb1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

SQLite is a C library that implements an SQL database engine. Programs
that link with the SQLite library can have SQL database access without
running a separate RDBMS process. The distribution comes with a standalone
command-line access program (sqlite) that can be used to administer an
SQLite database and which serves as an example of how to use the SQLite
library.

SQLite is not a client library used to connect to a big database server.
SQLite is the server. The SQLite library reads and writes directly to and
from the database files on disk.

This is sqlite3, the current stable version.



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   2024-04-15 18:43:57 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
sqlite3: updated to 3.45.3

3.45.3 (2024-04-15):

Fix a long-standing bug (going back to version 3.24.0) that might (rarely) cause \ 
the "old.*" values of an UPDATE trigger to be incorrect if that \ 
trigger fires in response to an UPSERT. Forum post 284955a3cd454a15.
Fix a bug in sum() that could cause it to return NULL when it should return \ 
Infinity. Forum post 23b8688ef4.
Other trifling corrections and compiler warning fixes that have come up since \ 
the previous patch release. See the timeline for details.
   2024-03-14 09:07:11 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
sqlite3: updated to 3.45.2

version 3.45.2 (2024-03-12):

Fix an error in UPSERT, introduced by enhancement 3a in version 3.35.0 \ 
(2021-03-12), that could cause an index to get out-of-sync with its table. Forum \ 
thread 919c6579c8.
Reduce the scope of the NOT NULL strength reduction optimization that was added \ 
as item 8e in version 3.35.0 (2021-03-12). The optimization was being attempted \ 
in some contexts where it did not work, resulting in incorrect query results. \ 
Forum thread 440f2a2f17.
Other trifling corrections and compiler warning fixes that have come up since \ 
the previous patch release. See the timeline for details.
   2024-01-30 21:13:21 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
sqlite3* lemon: updated to 3.45.1

version 3.45.1 (2024-01-30):

Restore the JSON BLOB input bug, and promise to support the anomaly in \ 
subsequent releases, for backward compatibility.
Fix the PRAGMA integrity_check command so that it works on read-only databases \ 
that contain FTS3 and FTS5 tables. This resolves an issue introduced in version \ 
3.44.0 but was undiscovered until after the 3.45.0 release.
Fix issues associated with processing corrupt JSONB inputs:
Prevent exponential runtime when converting a corrupt JSONB into text.
Fix a possible read of one byte past the end of the JSONB blob when converting a \ 
corrupt JSONB into text.
Enhanced testing using jfuzz to prevent any future JSONB problems such as the above.
Fix a long-standing bug in which a read of a few bytes past the end of a \ 
memory-mapped segment might occur when accessing a craftily corrupted database \ 
using memory-mapped database.
Fix a long-standing bug in which a NULL pointer dereference might occur in the \ 
bytecode engine due to incorrect bytecode being generated for a class of SQL \ 
statements that are deliberately designed to stress the query planner but which \ 
are otherwise pointless.
   2024-01-17 09:24:19 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
sqlite3: updated to 3.45.0

SQLite Release 3.45.0 On 2024-01-15

Added the SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE property for application-defined SQL functions. \ 
All application defined SQL functions that invokes sqlite3_result_subtype() must \ 
be registered with this new property. Failure to do so might cause the call to \ 
sqlite3_result_subtype() to behave as a no-op. Compile with \ 
-DSQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE=1 to cause an SQL error to be raised if a function that \ 
is not SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE tries invokes sqlite3_result_subtype(). The use of \ 
-DSQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE=1 is a recommended compile-time option for every \ 
application that makes use of subtypes.
Enhancements to the JSON SQL functions:
All JSON functions are rewritten to use a new internal parse tree format called \ 
JSONB. The new parse-tree format is serializable and hence can be stored in the \ 
database to avoid unnecessary re-parsing whenever the JSON value is used.
New versions of JSON-generating functions generate binary JSONB instead of JSON text.
The json_valid() function adds an optional second argument that specifies what \ 
it means for the first argument to be "well-formed".
Add the FTS5 tokendata option to the FTS5 virtual table.
The SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ optimization is now enabled by default. Disable \ 
it at compile-time using -DSQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ=0.
Query planner improvements:
Do not allow the transitive constraint optimization to trick the query planner \ 
into using a range constraint when a better equality constraint is available. \ 
(Forum post 2568d1f6e6.)
The query planner now does a better job of disregarding indexes that ANALYZE \ 
identifies as low-quality. (Forum post 6f0958b03b.)
Increase the default value for SQLITE_MAX_PAGE_COUNT from 1073741824 to 4294967294.
Enhancements to the CLI:
Improvements to the display of UTF-8 content on Windows
Automatically detect playback of ".dump" scripts and make appropriate \ 
changes to settings such as ".dbconfig defensive off" and \ 
".dbconfig dqs_dll on".
   2023-11-25 22:07:39 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (8) | Package updated
Log message:
sqlite3: updated to 3.44.2

3.44.1 (2023-11-22):

Change the CLI so that it uses UTF-16 for console I/O on Windows. This enables \ 
proper display of unicode text on old Windows7 machines.
Other obscure bug fixes.

3.44.2 (2023-11-24):

Fix a mistake in the CLI that was introduced by the fix (item 15 above) in 3.44.1.
Fix a problem in FTS5 that was discovered during internal fuzz testing only \ 
minutes after the 3.44.1 release was tagged.
Fix incomplete assert() statements that the fuzzer discovered the day after the \ 
previous release.
Fix a couple of harmless compiler warnings that appeared in debug builds with GCC 16.
   2023-11-08 14:21:43 by Thomas Klausner | Files touched by this commit (2377)
Log message:
*: recursive bump for icu 74.1
   2023-11-01 21:46:04 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
sqlite3: updated to 3.44.0

SQLite Release 3.44.0 On 2023-11-01

Aggregate functions can now include an ORDER BY clause after their last \ 
parameter. The arguments to the function are processed in the order specified. \ 
This can be important for functions like string_agg() and json_group_array().
Add support for the concat() and concat_ws() scalar SQL functions, compatible \ 
with PostgreSQL, SQLServer, and MySQL.
Add support for the string_agg() aggregate SQL function, compatible with \ 
PostgreSQL and SQLServer.
New conversion letters on the strftime() SQL function: %e %F %I %k %l %p %P %R %T %u
Add new C-language APIs: sqlite3_get_clientdata() and sqlite3_set_clientdata().
Many errors associated with CREATE TABLE are now raised when the CREATE TABLE \ 
statement itself is run, rather than being deferred until the first time the \ 
table is actually used.
The PRAGMA integrity_check command now verifies the consistency of the content \ 
in various built-in virtual tables using the new xIntegrity method. This works \ 
for the FTS3, FTS4, FTS5, RTREE, and GEOPOLY extensions.
The SQLITE_DBCONFIG_DEFENSIVE setting now prevents PRAGMA writable_schema from \ 
being turned on. Previously writable_schema could be turned on, but would not \ 
actually allow the schema to be writable. Now it simply cannot be turned on.
Tag the built-in FTS3, FTS4, FTS5, RTREE, and GEOPOLY virtual tables as \ 
SQLITE_VTAB_INNOCUOUS so that they can be used inside of triggers in \ 
high-security deployments.
The PRAGMA case_sensitive_like statement is deprecated, as its use when the \ 
schema contains LIKE operators can lead to reports of database corruption by \ 
PRAGMA integrity_check.
SQLITE_USE_SEH (Structured Exception Handling) is now enabled by default \ 
whenever SQLite is built using the Microsoft C compiler. It can be disabled \ 
using -DSQLITE_USE_SEH=0
Query planner optimizations:
In partial index scans, if the WHERE clause implies a constant value for a table \ 
column, replace occurrences of that table column with the constant. This \ 
increases the likelihood of the partial index being a covering index.
Disable the view-scan optimization (added in version 3.42.0 - item 1c) as it was \ 
causing multiple performance regressions. In its place, reduce the estimated row \ 
count for DISTINCT subqueries by a factor of 8.
SQLite now performs run-time detection of whether or not the underlying hardware \ 
supports "long double" with precision greater than "double" \ 
and uses appropriate floating-point routines depending on what it discovered.
The CLI for Windows now defaults to using UTF-8 for both input and output on \ 
platforms that support it. The --no-utf8 option is available to disable UTF8 \ 
support.
   2023-10-10 18:16:49 by Adam Ciarcinski | Files touched by this commit (6) | Package updated
Log message:
sqlite3: updated to 3.43.2

Changes in this specific patch release, version 3.43.2 (2023-10-10):

Fix a couple of obscure UAF errors and an obscure memory leak.
Omit the use of the sprintf() function from the standard library in the CLI, as \ 
this now generates warnings on some platforms.
Avoid conversion of a double into unsigned long long integer, as some platforms \ 
do not do such conversions correctly.