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User & Date: mistachkin 2013-06-24 22:50:05
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2013-06-25
01:25
Fix several compilation errors and warnings. More work in progress on docs. check-in: d0f5ab8e16 user: mistachkin tags: virtualTables
2013-06-24
22:50
Merge updates from trunk. check-in: d4f5e0a0ef user: mistachkin tags: virtualTables
22:49
The SQLiteValue and SQLiteContext classes should implement the ISQLiteNativeHandle interface. Work in progress on documentation for the virtual tables support classes. check-in: c8d209d5f4 user: mistachkin tags: virtualTables
2013-06-22
03:56
Update to the FAQ #22. check-in: a86c8c24d8 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
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Contributors are asked to make all non-trivial changes on a branch.  A
System.Data.SQLite admin will review the branch and merge the changes
into the trunk.</p>

Contributors are required to following the
[./checkin.wiki | pre-checkin checklist] prior to every checkin to
the System.Data.SQLite self-hosting repository.  This checklist is short and succinct
and should only require a few seconds to follow.  Contributors
should print out a copy of the pre-checkin checklist and keep
it on a notecard beside their workstations, for quick reference.

Contributors should review and try to mimic the coding style
used through the rest of the System.Data.SQLite source code.  Your code should
blend in.  A third-party reader should be unable to distinguish your
code from any other code in the source corpus.




<h2>4.0 Testing</h2>

System.Data.SQLite has several automated test suites that excercise its base
functionality, but this is an area that needs further work.
(Your contributions here are welcomed!)
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Contributors are asked to make all non-trivial changes on a branch.  A
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into the trunk.</p>

Contributors are required to following the
[./checkin.wiki | pre-checkin checklist] prior to every checkin to
the System.Data.SQLite self-hosting repository.  This checklist is short and
succinct and should only require a few seconds to follow.  Contributors
should print out a copy of the pre-checkin checklist and keep
it on a notecard beside their workstations, for quick reference.

Contributors should review and try to mimic the coding style
used through the rest of the System.Data.SQLite source code.  Your code should
blend in.  A third-party reader should be unable to distinguish your
code from any other code in the source corpus.

Furthermore, all new code must contain &quot;documentation comments&quot; that
can be successfully processed up by the Microsoft C# compiler.

<h2>4.0 Testing</h2>

System.Data.SQLite has several automated test suites that excercise its base
functionality, but this is an area that needs further work.
(Your contributions here are welcomed!)
Contributors with check-in privileges are expected to run the test suites

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    <a href="#q21">Is this behavior a bug? <b>-OR-</b> Is there a quick way to
    view the various lists of tickets for the System.Data.SQLite project?
    </a>
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    <a href="#q22">Since upgrading a project to use System.Data.SQLite version
    1.0.82.0 (or later), the database file is <b>still locked</b> after all its
    connections have been closed.  Why is this happening?
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<a name="q1"></a>
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  <b>(1) When will the next version of System.Data.SQLite be released?</b>
</p>
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    </a></li>
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<hr>
<a name="q22"></a>
<p>
  <b>(22) Since upgrading a project to use System.Data.SQLite version 1.0.82.0
  (or later), the database file is still locked after all its connections have
  been closed.  Why is this happening?
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  As of version 1.0.82.0, the native resources for a SQLiteConnection object,
  including any native locks on the underlying file, are not fully released
  until all SQLiteCommand, SQLiteDataReader, and SQLiteBackup objects associated
  with that SQLiteConnection object have also been disposed.  These changes were
  made to allow the SQLite native resource management to integrate better with
  the
  <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garbage_collection_%28computer_science%29">garbage collection</a>
  semantics used by the
  <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Language_Runtime">Common Language
  Runtime</a>.  Allowing native SQLite resources to be released in a
  non-deterministic order is accomplished through careful use of the
  <a href="http://www.sqlite.org/c3ref/close.html">sqlite3_close_v2()</a> core
  native library routine.
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