Checklist For SQLite 3.21.0

  1. Test procedure review.
    1. Review the "test/releasetest.tcl" script for completeness and accuracy.
    2. Review "multitest.tcl" and "alignment*.rc" scripts in TH3 for completeness.
    3. Review this checklist for completeness and accuracy.

  2. Source code change review. fossil diff --from release --to trunk
    1. No stray changes.
    2. All significant changes are mentioned in the "changes" log of the documentation.
    3. New code complies with style guidelines.
    4. New code complies with design rules.
    5. Comments have been updated to reflect code changes.
    6. Variables and functions have been renamed to reflect changes in their use.
    7. Check all calls to sqlite3OsRead() and sqlite3OsWrite() to ensure that offset computations are 64-bit clean.
    8. Check all calls to memory allocation routines to ensure that size computations are 64-bit clean. Suggested regular expression for search: /(Re|M)alloc[FORZa-z]*\(/
    9. Verify that source code contains no tabs and that surplus whitespace has been removed.
    10. Verify that the list of APIs exposed via the extension header is up-to-date (sqlite3ext.h).
    11. Significant compile-time options are recognized by the sqlite3_compileoption_used() interface.
    12. Compare sqlite3.c and sqlite3.h against the previous release.

  3. Documentation review:
    1. Latest release on the "index.html" page.
    2. Release announcement in "changes.in".
    3. Release accouncement in "news.html".
    4. No unresolved hyperlinks in the documentation build.
    5. Requirements marks are up-to-date in both documentation and source code.
    6. The compile-time options are all up-to-date (compile.html).
    7. Database footprint is up-to-date (features.html).
    8. Test metrics are up-to-date (testing.html).
    9. Check new/changed documentation for spelling and gramatical mistakes.

  4. Compiler warning checks.
    1. Linux GCC -Wall -Wextra (the "tool/warnings.sh" script)
    2. Mac OS X GCC -Wall -Wextra (the "tool/warnings.sh" script)
    3. OpenBSD GCC using options -Wall
    4. Windows (32-bit) MSVC using option /W4 (nmake /f makefile.msc)
    5. Windows (64-bit) MSVC using option /W4 (nmake /f makefile.msc)

  5. OMIT, ENABLE, and DISABLE options:
    1. tclsh ../tool/omittest.tcl -skip_run -target libsqlite3.a

  6. Tests for platform Linux x86_64:
    1. tclsh multitest.tcl (take care to update ../th3private)
    2. tclsh releasetest.tcl
    3. tclsh multitest.tcl --scenario failures - all failures detected
    4. tclsh releasetest.tcl --platform Failure-Detection - all failures detected
    5. sh tool/symbols.sh - no incorrect exports or dependencies

  7. Tests for platform Linux ARM (BeagleBoard)
    1. tclsh th3make min.rc
    2. Recompile and test Fossil.

  8. Tests for platform Mac OS X:
    1. tclsh releasetest.tcl
    2. tclsh multitest.tcl (after updating th3private)
    3. tclsh multitest.tcl --scenario failures - all failures detected
    4. tclsh releasetest.tcl --platform Failure-Detection - all failures detected

  9. Tests for platform Mac OS X 10.2 (PPC):
    1. .selftest checks (see below)
    2. Recompile and test Fossil.
    3. Verify that Fossil repositories are cross-platform with x86/x64.

  10. Tests for platform Windows:
    1. tclsh multitest.tcl --msvc (after updating th3private)
    2. tclsh multitest.tcl --msvc --quick on x86
    3. tclsh multitest.tcl --msvc --scenario failures - verify failures detected
    4. tclsh test/releasetest.tcl --msvc
    5. tclsh releasetest.tcl --platform Failure-Detection - all failures detected
    6. nmake /f makefile.msc MEMDEBUG=1 DEBUG=3 test
    7. nmake /f makefile.msc WIN32HEAP=1 DEBUG=4 test
    8. sh tool/symbols-mingw.sh - no incorrect exports or dependencies
    9. Verify that EXEs and DLLs generated using MSVC contain the correct version number, product name, description, and copyright as resources.

  11. Tests for platform OpenBSD (x86):
    1. make test
    2. th3make quick.rc

  12. Sqllogictest:
    1. Checked in latest SQLite amalgamation.
    2. No SQLite compiler warnings.
    3. tclsh run-all.tcl - on unix
    4. tclsh run-all.tcl - on windows

  13. Build using the configure/make in main source tree.
    1. Make sure that autoconf has been run to update the configure script.
    2. Verify the correct version numbers have been installed.

  14. Fossil updated to use the latest SQLite.
    1. No SQLite compiler warnings.
    2. Used on active websites with no issues.
    3. fossil all dbstat --db-check

  15. Rebuild and use Firefox with the latest SQLite
    1. Routine use with no problems
    2. ./mach mochitest dom/indexedDB
    3. ./mach xpcshell-test dom/indexedDB
    4. ./mach web-platform-tests IndexedDB

  16. CEROD tests in the "test/" subdirectory.
  17. SEE tests using TH3:
    1. see.c
    2. see-aes128-ofb.c
    3. see-aes256-ofb.c
    4. see-rc4.c
    5. see-aes128-ccm.c
    6. see-cccrypt.c
    7. At least one of the above using "test.rc".
    8. At least one of the above using "memdebug.rc".
    9. At least one of the above on Linux.
    10. At least one of the above on Mac OS X.
    11. At least one of the above on Windows.

  18. SEE using configure; make test
    1. Linux
    2. Mac

  19. ZIPVFS tests:
    1. testfixture ../zipvfs/test/zipvfs.test (See test/README.txt for details)
    2. th3make zipvfs.rc test.rc
    3. th3make zipvfs.rc memdebug.rc
    4. th3make zipvfs.rc quick.rc -valgrind
    5. th3make zipvfs.rc quick.rc
    6. At least one of the above on Linux.
    7. At least one of the above on Mac OS X.
    8. At least one of the above on Windows.
    9. th3make zipvfs-cov.rc - verify full coverage

  20. NDS-Devkit testing
    1. Verify that devkit sources are up-to-date with SQLite and ZIPVFS by running update-src.sh and mkdevkit.tcl in the sbin subdirectory of the devkit source tree. Record nds_sqlite3.[ch] hashes in the comment.
    2. Test using: tclsh th3make test.rc nds_devkit.rc
    3. Verify the "NDS DevKit" version number shown at the end of the test

  21. Amalgamation autoconf tarball.
    1. Builds.
    2. Works on Linux.
    3. Works on Mac OS X.
    4. Works on Windows MinGW
    5. Works on Windows MSVC

  22. TEA archive builds correctly and runs:
    1. Linux
    2. Mac OS X

  23. Performance tests using speedtest1 compared against the previous release and a release from about one year ago.
    1. Android
    2. Linux
    3. Mac
    4. Windows

  24. Performance tests using speedtest1 --testset rtree
    1. Linux
    2. Windows

  25. Run make wordcount; bash run-wordcount.bash $OPTIONS with options:
    1. bash run-wordcount.sh sqlite3.c
    2. bash run-wordcount.sh sqlite3.c --cachesize 5 --nosync

  26. Compare performance to the previous release using kvtest.
    1. Android
    2. Linux
    3. Mac
    4. Windows

  27. Use the ".selftest" command of the shell to verify that legacy database files are readable and cross-platform
    1. iBook PPC
    2. Linux
    3. Mac
    4. Windows

  28. Verify that the performance and size measurement spreadsheet in the documentation (misc/speed-size-graph.ods) is up-to-date.
  29. Verify that the amalgamation builds are byte-for-byte identical on all workstation platforms.
    1. Linux
    2. Mac OS X
    3. Windows using native MinGW.
    4. Windows using NMAKE.

  30. Verify that databases (including FTS3 and RTREE databases), rollback journals, and WAL files created by the release candidate are readable and writeable by historical versions of SQLite (as long as no unsupported features are used) and vice versa.
  31. Build and verify correct operation of sqlite3_analyzer on:
    1. Linux
    2. Mac OS X
    3. Windows (MinGW)
    4. Windows (MSVC)
    5. A database containing WITHOUT ROWID tables.

  32. Build and verify sqldiff
    1. Linux
    2. Mac
    3. Windows

  33. Run the rbu/run_rbu_tests.tcl script in the test-dbs project on Linux.
  34. Verify that the "sqlite3-all.c" build target works and that the resulting "sqlite3-all.c" file and its include files ("sqlite3-?.c") compile and run the same as the single-file amalgamation.
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