[Mono-dev] System.Data.SQLite changes that may interest Mono users
franz.struwig at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 07:15:09 EDT 2008
I'm trying to use the managed libraries of the updated version of
System.Data.Sqlite in FreeBSD with mono.
I've updated my ports tree - using SQLite version 3.5.6. When running my
sqlite tests, I get the following exception when trying to access the
Doing an nm on the shared object library shows that this symbol
(sqlite3_next_stmt) is missing.
Is the updated version only workable with SQLite 3.6.1?
Robert Simpson wrote:
> I just posted version 18.104.22.168 of the System.Data.SQLite provider here:
> Included in this update is an option to recompile the managed provider
> portion of the code with a SQLITE_STANDARD preprocessor symbol defined.
> set, the provider will compile as managed only and p/invoke against the
> stock "sqlite3" library with about 99% functionality of my modified
> I also added the URI connection string from Marek's mono modifications. I
> *think* that at this point all you'd have to do is rename the namespace
> re-case the class names to get my provider sync'd up to the
> If anyone's interested in working on that and giving me feedback, I'd be
> happy to make any other changes needed in my version to help keep the mono
> edition as easy to maintain for you guys as possible.
> One major caveat: Dr. Hipp only just this version (3.6.1) added
> binary support for several metadata API functions. The Mono.Data.Sqlite
> provider was p/invoking these functions already, but the default binary
> sqlite.org did not export them. They included
> sqlite3_table_column_metadata(), sqlite3_column_orig(), and several other
> metadata-related functions.
> As such, the only version of System.Data.SQLite (and in fact any version
> the Mono.Data.Sqlite provider) that will pass a complete round of unit
> is when backed to SQLite 3.6.1.
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