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Comment:Fix a broken hyperlink in the different.html document.
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User & Date: drh 2013-03-29 12:17:33
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2013-03-29
13:47
Redate the 3.7.16.1 release to 2013-03-29. check-in: 5d4611 user: drh tags: trunk
12:17
Fix a broken hyperlink in the different.html document. check-in: e51803 user: drh tags: trunk
2013-03-28
17:51
Update the compile-time options page. Change all dates on the release history to ISO8601 format. check-in: ce1166 user: drh tags: trunk
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<tcl>
proc feature {tag name text} {
  hd_fragment $tag
  hd_puts "<p><b>$name</b></p>\n"
  hd_puts "<blockquote>$text</blockquote>\n"
}

feature zeroconfig {Zero-Configuration} {
  SQLite does not need to be "installed" before it is used. 
  There is no "setup" procedure.  There is no
  server process that needs to be started, stopped, or configured.
  There is
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  Most other SQL database engines require you to dump and restore
  the database when moving from one platform to another and often
  when upgrading to a newer version of the software.
}

feature small {Compact} {
  When optimized for size, the whole SQLite library with everything enabled
  is [footprint | less than 350KiB in size]
  (as measured on an ix86 using the "size"
  utility from the GNU compiler suite.)  Unneeded features can be disabled
  at compile-time to further reduce the size of the library to under
  190KiB if desired.
  <p>
  Most other SQL database engines are much larger than this.  IBM boasts
  that its recently released CloudScape database engine is "only" a 2MiB







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<tcl>
proc feature {tag name text} {
  hd_fragment $tag
  hd_puts "<p><b>$name</b></p>\n"
  hd_resolve "<blockquote>$text</blockquote>\n"
}

feature zeroconfig {Zero-Configuration} {
  SQLite does not need to be "installed" before it is used. 
  There is no "setup" procedure.  There is no
  server process that needs to be started, stopped, or configured.
  There is
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  Most other SQL database engines require you to dump and restore
  the database when moving from one platform to another and often
  when upgrading to a newer version of the software.
}

feature small {Compact} {
  When optimized for size, the whole SQLite library with everything enabled
  is [footprint | less than 400KiB in size]
  (as measured on an ix86 using the "size"
  utility from the GNU compiler suite.)  Unneeded features can be disabled
  at compile-time to further reduce the size of the library to under
  190KiB if desired.
  <p>
  Most other SQL database engines are much larger than this.  IBM boasts
  that its recently released CloudScape database engine is "only" a 2MiB