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Wiki Page FootPrint
The chart below shows the relative sizes of the object code for the major subsystems in SQLite as of ...

Wiki Page UnsupportedSqlRemarkOffTopic
... abase product that values performance and minimal footprint (disk and memory) above a trashcan strat ...

Wiki Page SqlitePhilosophy
Philosophy of SQLite [draft] *: Small Footprint - SQLite keeps the source code and compiled results ...

Wiki Page FtsTwoNotes
... ght 1 is obviously most interesting). The memory footprint is N/C, with C being really rather large ...

Wiki Page DynamicLanguageInterfaceToSqlite
... article. *SQLite Background* SQLite is a small-footprint, ACID, standalone, serverless, SQL datab ...

Wiki Page QuickLite
... the API, improving performance, decreasing memory footprint and adding cool new features. *New feat ...

Wiki Page SqliteVersusFirebird
... orm then restore it on the new platform. *Engine Footprint* The complete SQLite library is about 2 ...

Wiki Page SqliteVersusDerby
... SQLite does not. *Memory Utilization* The code footprint of SQLite is less than 250KB. The code ...

Wiki Page SqliteVersusDbstar
... ctures. *Memory Utilization* Db.* claims a code footprint of 216KB. SQLite is approaching 250KB. ...