# # Run this TCL script to generate HTML for the download.html file. # set rcsid {$Id: download.tcl,v 1.3 2002/01/31 15:54:23 drh Exp $} puts { SQLite Download Page

SQLite Download Page

} #

} #puts "This page was last modified on [lrange $rcsid 3 4] UTC
" #set vers [lindex $argv 0] #puts "The latest SQLite version is $vers" #puts " created on [exec cat last_change] UTC" #puts {

} puts {

Precompiled Binaries For Linux

} proc Product {file desc} { if {![file exists $file]} return set size [file size $file] puts [subst {
$file
($size bytes)
[string trim $desc]
}] } Product sqlite.bin.gz { A command-line program for accessing and modifing SQLite databases. See the documentation for additional information. } Product tclsqlite.so.gz { Bindings for TCL. 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.so.gz { A precompiled shared-library for Linux. This is the same as tclsqlite.so.gz but without the TCL bindings. } puts {

Precompiled Binaries For Windows

} Product sqlite.zip { A command-line program for accessing and modifing SQLite databases. See the documentation for additional information. } Product tclsqlite.zip { Bindings for TCL. 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.zip { This is a DLL of the SQLite library without the TCL bindings. The only external dependency is MSVCRT.DLL. } puts {

Source Code

} Product {sqlite_source.zip} { This ZIP archive contains pure C source code for the SQLite library. Unlike the tarballs below, all of the preprocessing has already been done on these C source code, so you can just hand the files directly to your favorite C compiler. This file is provided as a service to MS-Windows users who lack the build support infrastructure of Unix. } foreach name [lsort -dict -decreasing [glob -nocomplain sqlite-*.tar.gz]] { regexp {sqlite-(.*)\.tar\.gz} $name match vers Product $name " Version $vers of the source tree including all documentation. " } puts {


Back to the SQLite home page

}