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Comment:Fix a word here and there. Nothing major.
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User & Date: drh 2007-11-14 15:37:46
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2007-11-14
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Fix a word here and there. Nothing major. check-in: 71f4be98f6 user: drh tags: trunk
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<li> Your legal department tells you that you have to purchase a license.
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<p>
If you feel like you really have to purchase a license for SQLite,
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/">Hwaci</a>, the company that employs 
the architect and principal developers of SQLite, will sell you

one.
Please contact:
</p>

<blockquote>
D. Richard Hipp <br />
Hwaci - Applied Software Research <br />
704.948.4565 <br />
<a href="mailto:drh@hwaci.com">drh@hwaci.com</a>
</blockquote>

<h2>Contributed Code</h2>

<p>
In order to keep SQLite completely free and unencumbered by copyright,
all new contributors to the SQLite code base are asked to dedicate
their contributions to the public domain.
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<li> Your legal department tells you that you have to purchase a license.
     </li>
</ul>

<p>
If you feel like you really have to purchase a license for SQLite,
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/">Hwaci</a>, the company that employs 
the architect and principal developers of SQLite, will 
<a href="http://www.hwaci.com/cgi-bin/license-step1">sell you
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<h2>Contributed Code</h2>

<p>
In order to keep SQLite completely free and unencumbered by copyright,
all new contributors to the SQLite code base are asked to dedicate
their contributions to the public domain.
If you want to send a patch or enhancement for possible inclusion in the

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<p>SQLite is a compact library.
With all features enabled, the library size can be less than 250KiB,
depending on compiler optimization settings.  (Some compiler optimizations
such as agressive function inlining and loop unrolling can cause the
object code to be much larger.)  If optional features are omitted, the
size of the SQLite library can be reduced below 180KiB.  SQLite can also
be made to run in minimal stack space (16KiB is normally enough) and
very little heap (100KiB), making SQLite a popular database engine 
choice on gadgets such as cellphones, PDAs, and MP3 players with tight
memory budgets.  Note, however, that there is a tradeoff between
memory usage and speed.  SQLite generally runs faster the more memory
you give it.  Nevertheless, performance is usually quite good even
in low-memory environments.</p>

<p>SQLite has a reputation for being very reliable.
Over two-thirds of the source code is devoted purely to testing and
verification.  An automated test suite runs hundreds of thousands of
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<p>SQLite is a compact library.
With all features enabled, the library size can be less than 250KiB,
depending on compiler optimization settings.  (Some compiler optimizations
such as agressive function inlining and loop unrolling can cause the
object code to be much larger.)  If optional features are omitted, the
size of the SQLite library can be reduced below 180KiB.  SQLite can also
be made to run in minimal stack space (16KiB) and
very little heap (100KiB), making SQLite a popular database engine 
choice on memory constrained gadgets such as cellphones, PDAs, and MP3 players.
There is a tradeoff between memory usage and speed.  
SQLite generally runs faster the more memory
you give it.  Nevertheless, performance is usually quite good even
in low-memory environments.</p>

<p>SQLite has a reputation for being very reliable.
Over two-thirds of the source code is devoted purely to testing and
verification.  An automated test suite runs hundreds of thousands of
tests involving millions of individual SQL statements and achieves