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SQLite Release 3.43.0 On 2023-08-24
- Add support for Contentless-Delete FTS5 Indexes. This is a variety
of FTS5 full-text search index that omits storing the content that is being indexed
while also allowing records to be deleted.
- Enhancements to the date and time functions:
- Added new time shift modifiers of the form ±YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.SSS.
- Added the timediff() SQL function.
- Added the octet_length(X) SQL function.
- Added the sqlite3_stmt_explain() API.
- Query planner enhancements:
- Generalize the LEFT JOIN strength reduction optimization so that it works
for RIGHT and FULL JOINs as well. Rename it to
OUTER JOIN strength reduction.
- Enhance the theorem prover in the OUTER JOIN strength reduction optimization
so that it returns fewer false-negatives.
- Enhancements to the decimal extension:
- New function decimal_pow2(N) returns the N-th power of 2 for integer N
between -20000 and +20000.
- New function decimal_exp(X) works like decimal(X) except that it returns
the result in exponential notation - with a "e+NN" at the end.
- If X is a floating-point value, then the decimal(X) function now does a full
expansion of that value into its exact decimal equivalent.
- Performance enhancements to JSON processing results in a 2x performance
improvement for some kinds of processing on large JSON strings.
- New makefile target "verify-source" checks to ensure that there are no
unintentional changes in the source tree. (Works for
canonical source code only -
not for precompiled amalgamation tarballs.)
- Added the SQLITE_USE_SEH compile-time option that enables Structured
Exception Handling on Windows while working with the memory-mapped
shm file that is part of WAL mode processing. This option is enabled
by default when building on Windows using Makefile.msc.
- The VFS for unix now assumes that the nanosleep() system call is
available unless compiled with -DHAVE_NANOSLEEP=0.
- SQLITE_SOURCE_ID: 2023-08-24 12:36:59 0f80b798b3f4b81a7bb4233c58294edd0f1156f36b6ecf5ab8e83631d468778c
- SHA3-256 for sqlite3.c: a6fc5379891d77b69a7d324cd24a437307af66cfdc3fef5dfceec3c82c8d4078
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