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Fix a cross-referencing bug in the capi3ref generator. check-in: 25fea8f8fe user: drh tags: trunk
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<title>The SQLite Amalgamation</title>

<h2>The SQLite Amalgamation</h2>

<p>The core SQLite library consists of about 74 files of C code
(as of version 3.5.4) in the core library and 9 additional files
in the FTS3 extension.
Most of these are "source" files in the sense that they are stored 
in the configuration management system and are maintained directly. 
But 6 of the core C files are generated automatically during the 
compilation process.  Of the 83 code files, 64 are C code and 
19 are C header files.</p>

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for the core SQLite library and the FTS3 extension.
This file contains about 73K lines of code 
(51K if you omit blank lines and comments) and is nearly 2.7MiB 
in size.</p>

<p>The amalgamation contains everything you need to integrate SQLite 
into a larger project.  Just copy the amalgamation into your source 
directory and compile it together with your other source files. 
You may also want to make use of the "sqlite3.h" header file that 
defines the programming API for SQLite. 
The sqlite3.h header file is available separately. 
The sqlite3.h file is also contained within the amalgamation, in
the first couple of thousand lines. So if you have a copy of 
sqlite3.c but cannot seem to locate sqlite3.h, you can always 
regenerate the sqlite3.h by copying and pasting from the amalgamation.</p>





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<title>The SQLite Amalgamation</title>

<h2>The SQLite Amalgamation</h2>

<p>The core SQLite library consists of about 74 files of C code
(as of version 3.5.5) in the core with 9 additional files
in the FTS3 extension.
Most of these are "source" files in the sense that they are stored 
in the configuration management system and are maintained directly. 
But 6 of the core C files are generated automatically during the 
compilation process.  Of the 83 code files, 64 are C code and 
19 are C header files.</p>

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for the core SQLite library and the FTS3 extension.
This file contains about 73K lines of code 
(51K if you omit blank lines and comments) and is nearly 2.7MiB 
in size.</p>

<p>The amalgamation contains everything you need to integrate SQLite 
into a larger project.  Just copy the amalgamation into your source 
directory and compile it along with the other C code files in your project.
You may also want to make use of the "sqlite3.h" header file that 
defines the programming API for SQLite. 
The sqlite3.h header file is available separately. 
The sqlite3.h file is also contained within the amalgamation, in
the first couple of thousand lines. So if you have a copy of 
sqlite3.c but cannot seem to locate sqlite3.h, you can always 
regenerate the sqlite3.h by copying and pasting from the amalgamation.</p>

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Product sqlite*_analyzer-V3.zip {
  An analysis program for database files compatible with SQLite version
  VERSION and later.
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Product {sqlite-V3.tar.gz} {
  A tarball of the complete source tree for SQLite version VERSION
  including all of the documentation.
}

Product {sqlite-source-V3.zip} {
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  This ZIP archive contains preprocessed C code for the SQLite library as
  individual source files.
  Unlike the tarballs below, all of the preprocessing and automatic
  code generation has already been done on these C code files, so they
  can be converted to object code directly with any ordinary C compiler.
}

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  This ZIP archive contains all preprocessed C code combined into a
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  amalgamation</a>).
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  A tarball of proprocessed source code together with a
  <a href="http://www.tcl.tk/doc/tea/">Tcl Extension Architecture (TEA)</a>
  compatible configure script and makefile.
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  An analysis program for database files compatible with SQLite version
  VERSION and later.
}


Heading {Source Code}

Product {sqlite-amalgamation-V3.zip} {
  This ZIP archive contains all preprocessed C code combined into a
  single source file (the <a href="amalgamation.html">amalgamation</a>).
  This is the preferred way of acquiring the SQLite
  source code.  It is suggested that you use this packing option
  unless you have a compelling reason to use one
  of the other packaging options below.
}

Product {sqlite-amalgamation-V3.tar.gz} {
  A tarball containing the <a href="amalgamation.html">amalgamation</a>
  together with an configure script and makefile
  for building it.
}


Product {sqlite-V3.tar.gz} {
  A tarball of the complete source tree for SQLite version VERSION
  including all of the documentation.
}

Product {sqlite-source-V3.zip} {
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  This ZIP archive contains preprocessed C code for the SQLite library as
  individual source files.
  Unlike the tarballs below, all of the preprocessing and automatic
  code generation has already been done on these C code files, so they
  can be converted to object code directly with any ordinary C compiler.
}








Product {sqlite-V3-tea.tar.gz} {
  A tarball of proprocessed source code together with a
  <a href="http://www.tcl.tk/doc/tea/">Tcl Extension Architecture (TEA)</a>
  compatible configure script and makefile.
}

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