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Re: [ANNOUNCEMENT] Updated: sqlite3-3.16.2-1 for Cygwin/Cygwin64

Greetings, Nellis, Kenneth (Conduent)!

> From: Jan Nijtmans []
>> ...
>> B.T.W: You can leave "sqlite3" at 3.16.2 and still upgrade all other
>> related packages (such as libsqlite3_0) to 3.18. Then you will
>> have all new features, and still run the old shell (which is just a thin
>> wrapper around libsqlite3_0 and - actually - didn't change at all in
>> version 3.18)

> I just installed sqlite3 3.16.2 ...

> $ cygcheck -c sqlite3
> Cygwin Package Information
> Package              Version        Status
> sqlite3              3.16.2-1       OK
> $

> But then:

> $ sqlite3 --version
> 3.18.0 2017-03-28 18:48:43
> 424a0d380332858ee55bdebc4af3789f74e70a2b3ba1cf29d84b9b4bcf3e2e37
> $

> Just wondering if this is expected or something is amiss with version numbering.

As I understand it, it's predictable. "sqlite3" is a terminal client to
sqlite3 library. SQLite API is intentionally very stable, and the version
you're seeing is in fact library version.

With best regards,
Andrey Repin
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 20:02:33

Sorry for my terrible english...

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