[Gpe-list] building libeventdb with sqlite3
damarlin at gmail.com
Tue Mar 24 05:03:32 CET 2009
Since it has been over a year since I last asked I wanted to check and
see if migrating GPE to use SQLite3 was on the project roadmap, or if
SQLite2 will be used for the foreseeable future. The reason for my
query is that I was trying to build parts of GPE on a Fedora 10
system, and SQLite2 is no longer included in Fedora (since F7).
Also, is http://www.linuxtogo.org/gowiki/GPERoadmap still an accurate
roadmap for the project? The schedule at the bottom shows:
End of 2007, beginning 2008
<no target date provided>
and there is no version information in the table for V2.9 or V3.0.
V2.8 appears to be the last version released. Is there a more current
version of this roadmap? Sorry for all the questions, but I've been
away from this for a while and I am trying to catch up.
On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 11:16 AM, Florian Boor
<florian.boor at kernelconcepts.de> wrote:
> D Marlin schrieb:
>> Should libeventdb be expected to build on a host with _only_ sqlite3
>> installed, or is sqlite2 still a requirement for building/using
> sqlite2 is required because the API is different from sqlite3. sqlite3 is typed
> while sqlite2 is typeless. It should not be that complicated to port libeventdb
> to sqlite3 but its not that important because sqlite2 is maintained and can
> coexist with sqlite3.
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