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2014-07-24
16:54
[770685892c] Leaf: Merge all recent trunk changes into the threads branch. (user: drh, tags: threads)
16:43
[3810dc62d2] Leaf: Merge recent trunk changes into the apple-osx branch. (user: drh, tags: apple-osx)
16:23
[a9db017eab] Leaf: Merge recent trunk changes into the sessions branch. (user: drh, tags: sessions)
12:39
[fb1048cb2b] Leaf: Add the readfile(FILENAME) and writefile(FILENAME,CONTENT) SQL functions to the command-line shell. (user: drh, tags: trunk)
12:19
[f8f79f2878] Add support for hexadecimal integer literals in the parser. (user: drh, tags: trunk)
12:09
[16c8ce10e1] In the command-line shell, in CSV output mode, terminate rows with CRNL but do not expand NL characters in data into CRNL. Provide the extra -newline command-line option and the extra argument to .separator to designate an alternative newline character sequence for CSV output. (user: drh, tags: trunk)
2014-07-23
23:57
[729ece4088] Add experimental "costmult" logic. Only enabled when compiled with -DSQLITE_ENABLE_COSTMULT. (user: drh, tags: trunk)
19:37
[30033f9650] Leaf: Ugh. Consecutive UNIQUE index entries are only distinct if the index is on NOT NULL columns. So the previous version was not quite right. This check-in fixes the problem. (user: drh, tags: faster-analyze)
19:31
[bdc58fd28a] Leaf: Add a snippet() function to fts5. (user: dan, tags: fts5)
19:04
[a3cc027fa7] Closed-Leaf: Enhancements to the hex literal tests. (user: mistachkin, tags: hex-literal)
18:36
[3e1e79e133] Improve the performance of the ANALYZE command by taking advantage of the fact that every row of a UNIQUE index is distinct. (user: drh, tags: faster-analyze)
15:51
[e6225a7bf7] Updated documentation on sqlite3_temp_directory. No changes to code. (user: drh, tags: trunk)
14:52
[a5b383e077] Remove a surplus function prototype. #ifdef code that is not used when hex integers are omitted at compile time. (user: drh, tags: hex-literal)
13:40
[6c6f0de59b] Change the hex literal processing so that only the SQL parser understands hex literals. Casting and coercing string literals into numeric values does not understand hexadecimal integers. This preserves backwards compatibility. Also: Throw an error on any hex literal that is too big to fit into 64 bits. (user: drh, tags: hex-literal)
02:07
[4b86ccdf4f] Casting hex literals directly from string to float always results in a positive number. (user: drh, tags: hex-literal)
01:59
[7e1bbacb11] Reformatting a few test cases for clarity. (user: drh, tags: hex-literal)
01:56
[19054339c4] Test cases for hex literals. (user: drh, tags: hex-literal)
01:26
[34a1f38b7a] Add support for parsing C-style hexadecimal literals. (user: drh, tags: hex-literal)
2014-07-22
22:46
[48f40861db] When running ANALYZE, it is not necessary to check the right-most key column for changes since that column will always change if none of the previous columns have. (user: drh, tags: trunk)
20:02
[77f412caf0] Add the OP_ReopenIdx opcode that works like OP_OpenRead except that it becomes a no-op if the cursor is already open on the same index. Update the OR-optimization logic to make use of OP_ReopenIdx in order to avoid unnecessary cursor open requests sent to the B-Tree layer. (user: drh, tags: trunk)