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Information On SQLite Internals


Notes On Compiling SQLite

  • HowToCompile: Notes on compiling SQLite for various architectures.
  • ReadLine: License for the use of readline in sqlite.exe and hints for OSX
  • BuildOnWindowsWithTcl: A hack to build on windows using TCL.
  • SqliteBuildProcess: A described of the steps the Makefile has to go through in order to construct SQLite
  • TheAmalgamation: Information about SQLite as a single big C code file.
  • CompilingFts: Instructions to compile fts3 with SQLite 3.5.x

Hints For Using SQLite More Effectively

  • ShellScript: Example shell scripts for creating databases.
  • InformationSchema: The information schema consists of a set of views that contain information about the objects defined in the current database.
  • SqliteWikiFaq: A FAQ style in the wiki, ask questions about Sqlite!
  • IdxChk: Utility to report index usage for a query.
  • UndoRedo: Techniques for implementing undo/redo in an application that uses SQLite as its primary data structure.
  • ConsoleForTclTk: Source code and examples for a Tk console for SQLite
  • TclDbEdit: A GUI SQLite database editor widget for Tcl/Tk
  • InteractiveTextFieldEditing: A demonstration of the edit() function that is built into the ConsoleForTclTk.
  • ForeignKeyTriggers: How to use triggers to implement foreign key constraints in SQLite.

SQLite Proposals

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Older Pages And Pages That Fit No Other Category


  • BlueSky: Ideas for enhancements to SQLite.
  • ClientServer: Ideas for Client/Server enhancements to SQLite
  • SqliteThree: Stuff related to sqlite version 3.
  • WhenToUseSqlite: Notes on when SQLite is an appropriate choice for a database engine.
  • SqliteWebSecurity: Solutions to encrypt and secure SQLite Databases used in Web Development.