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Re: cygwin 1.7.15: svn disk I/O error
On 8/6/2012 6:40 PM, Michael Gundlach wrote:
I'd be happy to revert SQLite to 3.7.3 and work around the problem.
However, I am unable to revert SQLite from 3.7.12 to 3.7.3, because I
get an svn error after doing that: "SQLite compiled for 3.7.12, but
running with 3.7.3". Cygwin setup offers me subversion 1.7.5-4 and
1.7.5-3, and both result in the same error.
Yes, both -3 and -4 were rebuilt against SQLite 3.7.12. You'd have to
dig up a copy of -1 or -2 to get back to the 3.7.3 based versions.
Is the snapshot that cgf is testing going to roll back svn to SQLite
What reason could there be for a new Cygwin DLL to be accompanied by a
new version of SQLite? Their maintainerships are entirely decoupled.
I've pretty much already given up on this. I thought I would wait for
SQLite 3.7.14, then build it the old way, but I see no signs that will
happen soon. According to the announced intention to release every 2-3
months, it could happen this week, or it could happen next month.
I think I've given Achim Gratz enough time to try and fix the bug
resulting from his build option changes.
I'll start working on a .13 release, built the old way.
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