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Comment:Mention system.data.sqlite in the News for the 3.7.5 release.
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User & Date: drh 2011-01-28 21:39:06
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2011-01-31
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Change the date on version 3.7.5 to February 1. check-in: ee5bc9089c user: drh tags: trunk
2011-01-28
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Mention system.data.sqlite in the News for the 3.7.5 release. check-in: b6c1243fbc user: drh tags: trunk
2011-01-27
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Documentation updates in preparation for the 3.7.5 release. check-in: c28584352a user: drh tags: trunk
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  The output from [sqlite3_trace()] interface has been enhanced to work
  better (and faster) in systems that use recursive extensions such as
  [FTS3] or [RTREE].

  Testing with Valgrind shows that this release of SQLite is about 1%
  or 2% faster than the previous release for most operations.







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newsitem {2010-December-08} {Version 3.7.4} {
  SQLite [version 3.7.4] is a regularly scheduled bi-monthly maintenance
  release of SQLite.  Upgrading from [version 3.7.2] and [version 3.7.3]
  is optional.  Upgrading from all other SQLite releases is recommended.








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  The output from [sqlite3_trace()] interface has been enhanced to work
  better (and faster) in systems that use recursive extensions such as
  [FTS3] or [RTREE].

  Testing with Valgrind shows that this release of SQLite is about 1%
  or 2% faster than the previous release for most operations.

  A fork of the popular ADO.NET adaptor for SQLite known as System.Data.SQLite
  is now available on [http://System.Data.SQLite.org/].  The originator
  of System.Data.SQLite, Robert Simpson, is aware of this fork, has
  expressed his approval, and has commit privileges on the new Fossil
  repository.  The SQLite development team intends to maintain
  System.Data.SQLite moving forward.
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newsitem {2010-December-08} {Version 3.7.4} {
  SQLite [version 3.7.4] is a regularly scheduled bi-monthly maintenance
  release of SQLite.  Upgrading from [version 3.7.2] and [version 3.7.3]
  is optional.  Upgrading from all other SQLite releases is recommended.