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|17:48||When the WHERE clause contains two OR-connected terms with identical operands but different operators, try to combine them into a single term. Example: (X=A OR X>A) becomes (X>=A). check-in: 8bdda827 user: drh tags: trunk|
|13:12||Improved comments. No code changes. Closed-Leaf check-in: 23f71a26 user: drh tags: combine-disjuncts|
|12:13||When a WHERE clause contains disjuncts with the same operands, try to combine them into a single operator. Example: (x=A OR x>A) becomes (x>=A). check-in: 7a309768 user: drh tags: combine-disjuncts|
|15:44||Add tests to ensure "PRAGMA incremental_vacuum" and "PRAGMA auto_vacuum = incremental" handle corrupt databases correctly. check-in: 1c2166cb user: dan tags: trunk|