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Comment:Fix a typo. "databse" to "database".
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User & Date: drh 2015-10-16 11:35:39
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2015-10-16
16:59
Preliminary changes for the 3.9.1 patch release. check-in: e2554ac473 user: drh tags: trunk
11:35
Fix a typo. "databse" to "database". check-in: eb3ea9a953 user: drh tags: trunk
2015-10-15
01:25
Add a fragment for the ".dump" command in the cli.html documentation. check-in: 2530eac4fe user: drh tags: trunk
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<p>
All SQLite releases starting with 3.9.0 use a three-number
"[http://semver.org|semantic version]" of the form X.Y.Z.
The first number X is only increased when there is a change that
breaks backward compatibility.  The
current value for X is 3, and the SQLite developers plan to support
the current SQLite databse file format, SQL syntax, and C interface
through at least the year 2050.  Hence, one
can expect that all future versions of SQLite for the next several
decades will begin with "3.".

<p>
The second number Y is incremented for any change that breaks forward
compatibility by adding new features.







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<p>
All SQLite releases starting with 3.9.0 use a three-number
"[http://semver.org|semantic version]" of the form X.Y.Z.
The first number X is only increased when there is a change that
breaks backward compatibility.  The
current value for X is 3, and the SQLite developers plan to support
the current SQLite database file format, SQL syntax, and C interface
through at least the year 2050.  Hence, one
can expect that all future versions of SQLite for the next several
decades will begin with "3.".

<p>
The second number Y is incremented for any change that breaks forward
compatibility by adding new features.