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User & Date: mistachkin 2013-01-04 22:26:47
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2013-01-05
17:17
More bug fixes to the test_regexp.c module. Bring test_regexp.c into alignment with the regexp.c file in the Fossil sources. check-in: 7695b88f user: drh tags: trunk
2013-01-04
22:26
Remove superfluous text from a comment. check-in: e9ac5339 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
20:45
Do not use umask() since it change the umask for the entire process, not just the thread using SQLite. Make whatever permission changes are needed using fchmod() after the file is created, instead. check-in: 6c4c2b7d user: drh tags: trunk
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#   tkt3457-1.2: Application has neither read, nor write permission on
#                the hot-journal file. Result: SQLITE_CANTOPEN.
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#   tkt3457-1.3: Application has write but not read permission on
#                the hot-journal file. Result: SQLITE_CANTOPEN.
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#   tkt3457-1.4: Application has read but not write permission ongrep
#                the hot-journal file. Result: SQLITE_CANTOPEN.
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#                file. Result: SQLITE_OK.
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do_test tkt3457-1.1 {
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# 
#   tkt3457-1.2: Application has neither read, nor write permission on
#                the hot-journal file. Result: SQLITE_CANTOPEN.
#                
#   tkt3457-1.3: Application has write but not read permission on
#                the hot-journal file. Result: SQLITE_CANTOPEN.
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#   tkt3457-1.4: Application has read but not write permission on
#                the hot-journal file. Result: SQLITE_CANTOPEN.
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#   tkt3457-1.5: Application has read/write permission on the hot-journal 
#                file. Result: SQLITE_OK.
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do_test tkt3457-1.1 {
  execsql {