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2013-07-04
23:53
[07e223ee] part of check-in [f2ab8747] Modify several extensions to use the new exported function naming. Fix some shared library compilation issues. (check-in: [f2ab8747] user: mistachkin branch: extRefactor, size: 6654)
2010-09-17
17:10
[0123d210] part of check-in [ee52589c] Remove additional occurrences of <ctype.h> from FTS2. (check-in: [ee52589c] user: drh branch: trunk, size: 6586)
2008-07-22
22:57
[8545ce12] part of check-in [ecf2dec6] Changes fts2 to use only sqlite3_malloc() and not system malloc. Backports (4554) and (4555) from fts3. (CVS 5454) (check-in: [ecf2dec6] user: shess branch: trunk, size: 6511)
2007-07-30
18:55
[8a545c23] part of check-in [3f9a6661] Fix ticket #2439: the FTS1 and FTS2 extensions use the non-standard, unportable and highly deprecated <malloc.h> header on all platforms except Apple Mac OS X. The <malloc.h> actually is never required on any OS with an at least partly POSIX-conforming API as the malloc(3) & friends functions officially live in <stdlib.h> since over 10 years. Under some platform like FreeBSD the inclusion of <malloc.h> since a few years even causes an "#error" and this way a build failure. So, just get rid of the bad <malloc.h> usage in FTS1 and FTS2 extensions at all and stick with <stdlib.h> there only. (CVS 4191) (check-in: [3f9a6661] user: rse branch: trunk, size: 6430)
2007-06-25
13:50
[719f6eb8] part of check-in [c795e6fd] Put #ifdefs in fts2_tokenizer so that the build works even when FTS2 is omitted. Add the SQLite blessing to the header comments on all FTS2 source files. (CVS 4120) (check-in: [c795e6fd] user: drh branch: trunk, size: 6487)
2007-04-21
16:37
[5c979fe8] part of check-in [94374654] Add the ability to turn the FTS2 module into an amalgamation. (CVS 3864) (check-in: [94374654] user: drh branch: trunk, size: 6245)
2007-03-16
18:30
[6067f2f7] part of check-in [fbc53da8] Out-of-memory cleanup in tokenizers. Handle NULL return from malloc/calloc/realloc appropriately, and use sizeof(var) instead of sizeof(type) to make certain that we don't get a mismatch between them as the code rots. (CVS 3693) (check-in: [fbc53da8] user: shess branch: trunk, size: 6233)
2006-10-10
17:37
[b26f0d2f] part of check-in [d0d1e7cd] Copy fts1/ to fts2/, changing reference from fts1 to fts2. For future reference, the source versions copied were:

README.txt r1.1 fts1.c r1.37 fts1.h r1.2 fts1_hash.c r1.1 fts1_hash.h r1.1 fts1_porter.c r1.1 fts1_tokenizer.h r1.4 fts1_tokenizer1.c r1.6 (CVS 3471) (check-in: [d0d1e7cd] user: shess branch: trunk, size: 6141) Added