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proc Product {pattern desc} { regsub {V[23]} $pattern {*} p3 regsub V2 $pattern {(2[0-9a-z._]+)} pattern regsub V3 $pattern {(3[0-9a-z._]+)} pattern set p2 [string map {* .*} $pattern] set flist [glob -nocomplain $p3] foreach file [lsort -dict $flist] { if {![regexp ^$p2\$ $file all version]} continue regsub -all _ $version . version set size [file size $file] set units bytes if {$size>1024*1024} { set size [format %.2f [expr {$size/(1024.0*1024.0)}]] set units MiB } elseif {$size>1024} { set size [format %.2f [expr {$size/(1024.0)}]] set units KiB } global pending_heading if {$pending_heading!=""} { hd_puts "" set pending_heading {} } hd_puts "" hd_puts "" hd_puts "" regsub -all VERSION $desc $version d2 hd_puts "" } } cd $::DEST proc Heading {title} { set ::pending_heading $title # hd_puts "" } Heading {Source Code} Product {sqlite-amalgamation-V3.zip} { This ZIP archive contains all preprocessed C code combined into a single source file (the amalgamation). This is the recommended way of acquiring the SQLite source code. It is suggested that you use this packing option unless you have a compelling reason to use one of the other packaging options below. } Product {sqlite-amalgamation-V3.tar.gz} { A tarball containing the amalgamation together with an configure script and makefile for building it. This is the recommended source distribution for all Unix and Unix-like platforms. } Product {sqlite-V3-tea.tar.gz} { A tarball of preprocessed source code together with a Tcl Extension Architecture (TEA) compatible configure script and makefile. The is the recommended source distribution for the TCL interface to SQLite. } Product {sqlite-V3.tar.gz} { A tarball of the complete source tree for SQLite version VERSION as extracted from the version control system. The Makefile and configure script in this tarball are not supported. Their use is not recommended. The SQLite developers do not use them. You should not use them either. If you want a configure script and an automated build, use either the amalgamation tarball or TEA tarball instead of this one. To build from this tarball, hand-edit one of the template Makefiles in the root directory of the tarball and build using your own customized Makefile. } Product {sqlite-source-V3.zip} { This ZIP archive contains preprocessed C code for the SQLite library as individual source files. The use of this source distribution is not recommended. Use one of the amalgamation packages above unless you have a compelling reason not to. } Product {sqlite-V3.src.rpm} { An RPM containing complete source code for SQLite version VERSION } Heading {Cross-Platform Binaries} Product {sqlite-V3.kit} { A starkit containing precompiled SQLite binaries and Tcl bindings for Linux-x86, Windows, and Mac OS X (ppc and x86). } Heading {Documentation} Product {sqlite_docs_V3.zip} { This ZIP archive contains most of the static HTML files that comprise this website, including all of the SQL Syntax and the C/C++ interface specs and other miscellaneous documentation. } Heading {Precompiled Binaries for Linux} Product sqlite3-V3.bin.gz { A command-line program for accessing and modifying SQLite version 3.* databases. See the documentation for additional information. } Product sqlite-V3.bin.gz { A command-line program for accessing and modifying SQLite databases. See the documentation for additional information. } Product tclsqlite-V3.so.gz { Bindings for Tcl/Tk. You can import this shared library into either tclsh or wish to get SQLite database access from Tcl/Tk. See the documentation for details. } Product sqlite-V3.so.gz { A precompiled shared-library for Linux without the TCL bindings. } Product fts1-V3.so.gz { A precompiled FTS1 Module for Linux. } Product fts2-V3.so.gz { A precompiled FTS2 Module for Linux. } Product sqlite-devel-V3.i386.rpm { RPM containing documentation, header files, and static library for SQLite version VERSION. } Product sqlite-V3-1.i386.rpm { RPM containing shared libraries and the sqlite command-line program for SQLite version VERSION. } Product sqlite*_analyzer-V3.bin.gz { An analysis program for database files compatible with SQLite version VERSION and later. } Heading {Precompiled Binaries For Mac OS X} Product sqlite3-V3-osx-x86.bin.gz { A command-line program for accessing and modifying SQLite version 3.* databases. For x86 Macs running Leopard (OS 10.5) only. } Product sqlite*_analyzer-V3-osx-x86.bin.gz { An analysis program for database files compatible with SQLite version VERSION and later. For x86 Macs running Leopard (OS 10.5) only. } Heading {Precompiled Binaries For Windows} Product sqlite-V3.zip { A command-line program for accessing and modifying SQLite databases. See the documentation for additional information. } Product tclsqlite-V3.zip { Bindings for Tcl/Tk. You can import this shared library into either tclsh or wish to get SQLite database access from Tcl/Tk. See the documentation for details. } Product sqlitedll-V3.zip { This is a DLL of the SQLite library without the TCL bindings. The only external dependency is MSVCRT.DLL. } Product fts1dll-V3.zip { A precompiled FTS1 Module for Win32 platforms. } Product fts2dll-V3.zip { A precompiled FTS2 Module for Win32 platforms. } Product sqlite*_analyzer-V3.zip { An analysis program for database files compatible with SQLite version VERSION and later. } Heading {Historical Binaries And Source Code} Product sqlite-V2.bin.gz { A command-line program for accessing and modifying SQLite version 2.* databases on Linux-x86. } Product sqlite-V2.zip { A command-line program for accessing and modifying SQLite version 2.* databases on Win32 platforms. } Product sqlite*_analyzer-V2.bin.gz { An analysis program for version 2.* database files on Linux-x86 } Product sqlite*_analyzer-V2.zip { An analysis program for version 2.* database files on Win32 platforms. } Product {sqlite-source-V2.zip} { This ZIP archive contains C source code for the SQLite library version VERSION. }
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Direct Access To The Sources

All SQLite source code is maintained in a CVS repository that is available for read-only access by anyone. You can interactively view the repository contents and download individual files by visiting

http://www.sqlite.org/cvstrac/dir?d=sqlite.

To access the repository directly, use the following commands:

cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@www.sqlite.org:/sqlite login
cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@www.sqlite.org:/sqlite checkout sqlite

When the first command prompts you for a password, enter "anonymous".

To access the SQLite version 2.8 sources, begin by getting the 3.0 tree as described above. Then update to the "version_2" branch as follows:

cvs update -r version_2

The documentation is maintained in a fossil repository located at:

http://www.sqlite.org/docsrc