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Comment:Update the working on the "warning message" FAQ in response to complaints on the mailing list.
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User & Date: drh 2011-02-19 15:53:01
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2011-02-19
15:54
Fix a typo on the change list for version 3.7.6. check-in: b51db44405 user: drh tags: trunk
15:53
Update the working on the "warning message" FAQ in response to complaints on the mailing list. check-in: cea598a713 user: drh tags: trunk
2011-02-10
20:30
Update the index page and the change log for 3.7.6. check-in: a7fc545076 user: drh tags: trunk
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  <p>Some people say that we should eliminate all warnings because
  benign warnings mask real warnings that might arise in future changes.
  This is true enough.  But in reply, the developers observe that all
  warnings have already been fixed in the
  compilers used for SQLite development (various versions of GCC).
  Compiler warnings only arise from compilers that the developers do
  not have access to.</p>
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faq {
  Case-insensitive matching of Unicode characters does not work.
} {
  The default configuration of SQLite only supports case-insensitive
  comparisons of ASCII characters.  The reason for this is that doing







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  <p>Some people say that we should eliminate all warnings because
  benign warnings mask real warnings that might arise in future changes.
  This is true enough.  But in reply, the developers observe that all
  warnings have already been fixed in the
  compilers used for SQLite development (various versions of GCC).
  Compiler warnings only arise from compilers that the developers do
  not use on a daily basis (Ex: MSVC).</p>
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faq {
  Case-insensitive matching of Unicode characters does not work.
} {
  The default configuration of SQLite only supports case-insensitive
  comparisons of ASCII characters.  The reason for this is that doing