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Comment:Add a line to genfkey.README showing how to link against a shared library. Ticket #3502. (CVS 5907)
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User & Date: danielk1977 2008-11-15 04:54:32
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2008-11-15
11:22
Fix compiler warnings in pcache1.c related to comparison of unsigned and signed values. (CVS 5908) check-in: ce77ea98 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk
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Add a line to genfkey.README showing how to link against a shared library. Ticket #3502. (CVS 5907) check-in: 800274b7 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk
2008-11-13
19:12
Fix a couple of memory leaks that may follow malloc failures. (CVS 5906) check-in: 4cf8a8e1 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk
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COMPILATION

  The source code for this program consists of a single C file - genfkey.c.
  The only dependency is sqlite itself. Using gcc and the sqlite amalgamation
  source code, it may be compiled using the following command:

    gcc genfkey.c sqlite3.c -o genfkey






  If compiled/linked against an SQLite version earlier than 3.6.4, then
  all foreign key constraints are assumed to be "ON UPDATE RESTRICT" and
  "ON DELETE RESTRICT". If linked against 3.6.4 or newer, "CASCADE" and
  "SET NULL" are supported as well as "RESTRICT". All 3.x versions of SQLite
  may use the created triggers definitions.








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COMPILATION

  The source code for this program consists of a single C file - genfkey.c.
  The only dependency is sqlite itself. Using gcc and the sqlite amalgamation
  source code, it may be compiled using the following command:

    gcc genfkey.c sqlite3.c -o genfkey

  Or, to use an installed version of sqlite (the kind linux distributions
  install as part of the sqlite3-dev package):

    gcc genfkey.c -lsqlite3 -o genfkey

  If compiled/linked against an SQLite version earlier than 3.6.4, then
  all foreign key constraints are assumed to be "ON UPDATE RESTRICT" and
  "ON DELETE RESTRICT". If linked against 3.6.4 or newer, "CASCADE" and
  "SET NULL" are supported as well as "RESTRICT". All 3.x versions of SQLite
  may use the created triggers definitions.