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Comment:Fix a typo in the release 3.6.14 news blurb.
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User & Date: drh 2009-05-06 23:57:50
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2009-05-10
15:57
Fix a bug in the foreign-key-clause syntax diagram: the ON DELETE clause and its friends are all optional. check-in: 3562d60bc7 user: drh tags: trunk
2009-05-06
23:57
Fix a typo in the release 3.6.14 news blurb. check-in: a431922439 user: drh tags: trunk
17:24
Add the asyncvfs.html documentation file. Prepare for the 3.6.14 release. check-in: 81cdc75444 user: drh tags: trunk
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newsitem {2009-May-07} {Version 3.6.14} {
  SQLite [version 3.6.14] provides new performance enhancements in
  the btree and pager layers and in the query optimizer.  Certain
  workloads can be as much as twice as fast as the previous release,
  though 10% faster is a more typical result.

  Queries against [virtual tables] that contain OR and IN operators
  in the WHERE clause are no able to use indexing.

  A new optional [asynchronous I/O backend] is available for
  unix and windows.  The asynchronous backend gives the illusion of faster
  response time by pushing slow write operations into a background thread.
  The tradeoff for faster response time is that more memory is required
  (to hold the content of the pending writes) and if a power failure or
  program crash occurs, some transactions that appeared to have committed







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newsitem {2009-May-07} {Version 3.6.14} {
  SQLite [version 3.6.14] provides new performance enhancements in
  the btree and pager layers and in the query optimizer.  Certain
  workloads can be as much as twice as fast as the previous release,
  though 10% faster is a more typical result.

  Queries against [virtual tables] that contain OR and IN operators
  in the WHERE clause are now able to use indexing.

  A new optional [asynchronous I/O backend] is available for
  unix and windows.  The asynchronous backend gives the illusion of faster
  response time by pushing slow write operations into a background thread.
  The tradeoff for faster response time is that more memory is required
  (to hold the content of the pending writes) and if a power failure or
  program crash occurs, some transactions that appeared to have committed