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Comment:Tweak information on the native library pre-loading feature.
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User & Date: mistachkin 2012-09-17 04:05:49
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2012-09-17
04:13
Allow the setup package for Visual Studio 2008 to install the design-time components for Visual Studio 2005. check-in: 65a35f7847 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
04:05
Tweak information on the native library pre-loading feature. check-in: ab0469b468 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
03:52
Fix timeline links. check-in: 71d7ede107 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
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        With the native library pre-loading feature enabled and the application
        deployment shown above, the System.Data.SQLite managed-only assembly
        will automatically detect the processor architecture of the current
        process and attempt to pre-load the appropriate native library.
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        If this feature does not work properly in your environment, it may be
        disabled by setting the &quot;No_PreLoadSQLite&quot; environment
        variable prior to loading and/or using the System.Data.SQLite assembly.
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        To summarize the above:
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            Choosing the package matching the version of the .NET Framework
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            Choosing the package matching the target processor architecture (for
            both development and customer machines) is almost certainly required
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      <td colspan="3">
        With the native library pre-loading feature enabled and the application
        deployment shown above, the System.Data.SQLite managed-only assembly
        will attempt to automatically detect the processor architecture of the
        current process and pre-load the appropriate native library.
        <br /><br />
        If this feature does not work properly in your environment, it may be
        disabled by setting the &quot;No_PreLoadSQLite&quot; environment
        variable prior to loading and/or using the System.Data.SQLite assembly.
        <br /><br />
        To summarize the above:
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            Choosing the package matching the version of the .NET Framework
            being targeted is highly recommended.
          </li>
          <br />
          <li>
            Choosing the package matching the target processor architecture (for
            both development and customer machines) is almost certainly required
            for proper operation.  Using the native library pre-loading feature
            should help with this.
          </li>
        </ul>
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