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Comment:Minor correction to the 3.7.13 news.
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User & Date: drh 2012-06-14 17:04:32
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2012-06-17
23:53
Fix an issue with the chroot jail. At the ability to 404 certain Referer values. check-in: cf0aea0254 user: drh tags: trunk
2012-06-14
17:04
Minor correction to the 3.7.13 news. check-in: 78b3be0bd9 user: drh tags: trunk
12:44
Add WinRT and 64-bit binaries to the download page. check-in: 7dda75edf9 user: drh tags: trunk
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  applications for Microsoft Windows 8.  The 3.7.13 release is
  coming sooner than is usual after the previous release in order to get
  this new capability into the hands of developers.  To use SQLite in 
  a metro style application, compile with the -DSQLITE_OS_WINRT flag.
  Because of the increased application security and safety requirements
  of WinRT, all database
  filenames should be full pathnames.  Note that SQLite is not capable
  of accessing databases outside the installation directory of the
  application.  This restriction is another security and safety feature
  of WinRT. Apart from these restrictions, SQLite should work exactly
  the same on WinRT as it does on every other system.

  Also in this release: when a database is opened using [URI filenames]
  and the [coreqp | mode=memory] query parameter 
  then the database is an in-memory database, just as if it had
  been named ":memory:".  But, if shared cache mode is enabled, then







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  applications for Microsoft Windows 8.  The 3.7.13 release is
  coming sooner than is usual after the previous release in order to get
  this new capability into the hands of developers.  To use SQLite in 
  a metro style application, compile with the -DSQLITE_OS_WINRT flag.
  Because of the increased application security and safety requirements
  of WinRT, all database
  filenames should be full pathnames.  Note that SQLite is not capable
  of accessing databases outside the installation directory and application
  data directory.  This restriction is another security and safety feature
  of WinRT. Apart from these restrictions, SQLite should work exactly
  the same on WinRT as it does on every other system.

  Also in this release: when a database is opened using [URI filenames]
  and the [coreqp | mode=memory] query parameter 
  then the database is an in-memory database, just as if it had
  been named ":memory:".  But, if shared cache mode is enabled, then