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|Comment:||Fix a typo in the ALTER TABLE documentation.|
|Timelines:||family | ancestors | descendants | both | trunk|
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|User & Date:||drh 2019-02-15 11:43:23|
|17:00||Enhancements to althttpd.c: Add the --input FILE command-line option to simplify debugging using lldb. Improvements to comments. check-in: a537e6f3fc user: drh tags: trunk|
|11:43||Fix a typo in the ALTER TABLE documentation. check-in: 625c9fbdad user: drh tags: trunk|
|13:54||Fix a typo in loadext.html. check-in: 4efb429d19 user: drh tags: trunk|
Changes to pages/lang.in.
139 139 The behavior of ALTER TABLE when renaming a table was enhanced 140 140 in versions 3.25.0 ([dateof:3.25.0]) and 3.26.0 ([dateof:3.26.0]) 141 141 in order to carry the rename operation forward into triggers and 142 142 views that reference the renamed table. This is considered an 143 143 improvement. Applications that depend on the older (and 144 144 arguably buggy) behavior can use the 145 145 [PRAGMA legacy_alter_table=ON] statement to make ALTER TABLE RENAME 146 -behavior as it did prior to version 3.25.0. 146 +behave as it did prior to version 3.25.0. 147 147 </blockquote> 148 148 149 149 <p> 150 150 Beginning with release 3.25.0 ([dateof:3.25.0]), references to the table 151 151 within trigger bodies and view definitions are also renamed. 152 152 </p> 153 153