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On Mar,Thursday 31 2011, at 10:59 AM, Marc Balmer wrote:
> Am 31.03.11 10:56, schrieb Roland C. Dowdeswell:
>> I am in the process of upgrading Heimdal in base. It turns out
>> that Heimdal now requires sqlite3 and includes its own version of
>> same. I think that it would be more general utility to import
>> sqlite3 independently, though, and would like to start a discussion
>> about doing it.
>> The license on sqlite3 is public domain.
>> It has no dependencies beyond -lc and -lphtread. The package is
>> one (rather large) C file, two headers and some autoconf goo only.
>> And so it should be relatively easy to maintain and upgrade.
>> More information about sqlite3 can be found at http://sqlite.org/
> I think it is indeed not a good idea to use the heimdal version, but the
> "official" sqlite version instead. And sqlite3 has definitely many good
> uses besides heimdal, so yes, please put it in a place where other
> pieces of software can use it as well, not only heimdal.
> That said, I am all in favour of you importing sqlite (aka ok mbalmer ;)
Same here there are many useful things to do with sqlite3 e.g. pkgin in base !
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