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Comment:Fix typos in the psow.html document.
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User & Date: drh 2012-01-11 16:56:14
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2012-01-11
21:16
Describe fake-capacity USB sticks on the How-To-Corrupt page. check-in: 0a50332c30 user: drh tags: trunk
16:56
Fix typos in the psow.html document. check-in: e771d11d93 user: drh tags: trunk
2012-01-09
13:40
Add a note about data types and the compress/uncompress functions to the FTS documentation. check-in: 8fadbd41ce user: dan tags: trunk
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an application to query the powersafe overwrite property for a database
file.

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<h2>Notes:</h2>
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SQLite never assumes atomic page writes <em>in its default configurations</em>.
But a custom [VFS] can sets one of the 
[SQLITE_IOCAP_ATOMIC] bits in the result of the xDeviceCharacteristic()
method and then SQLite will assume that page writes are atomic.  The
application must supply a custom VFS to accomplish this, however, since
none of the standard VFSes will ever set any of the atomic bits in the
xDeviceCharacteristics() vector.
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an application to query the powersafe overwrite property for a database
file.

<hr>
<h2>Notes:</h2>
<ol><li value=1><p>
SQLite never assumes atomic page writes <em>in its default configurations</em>.
But a custom [VFS] can set one of the 
[SQLITE_IOCAP_ATOMIC] bits in the result of the xDeviceCharacteristic()
method and then SQLite will assume that page writes are atomic.  The
application must supply a custom VFS to accomplish this, however, since
none of the standard VFSes will ever set any of the atomic bits in the
xDeviceCharacteristics() vector.
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