#8441: sqlite-3.14.0 sqlite-autoconf sqlite-doc 3150000 (3.15.0)
 Reporter:  bdubbs@…     |       Owner:  blfs-book@…
     Type:  enhancement  |      Status:  new
 Priority:  normal       |   Milestone:  7.11
Component:  BOOK         |     Version:  SVN
 Severity:  normal       |  Resolution:
 Keywords:               |
Description changed by renodr:

Old description:

> New minor version

New description:

 New minor version

 Added support for row values.
 Allow deterministic SQL functions in the WHERE clause of a partial index.
 Added the "modeof=filename" URI parameter on the unix VFS
 Added the ability to VACUUM an ATTACH-ed database.
 Enhancements to the command-line shell:
 Add the ".testcase" and ".check" dot-commands.
 Added the --new option to the ".open" dot-command, causing any prior
 content in the database to be purged prior to opening.
 Enhance the fts5vocab virtual table to handle "ORDER BY term" efficiently.
 Miscellaneous micro-optimizations reduce CPU usage by more than 7% on
 common workloads. Most optimization in this release has been on the front-
 end (sqlite3_prepare_v2()).
 Bug Fixes:

 The multiply operator now correctly detects 64-bit integer overflow and
 promotes to floating point in all corner-cases. Fix for ticket
 Correct handling of columns with redundant unique indexes when those
 columns are used on the LHS of an IN operator. Fix for ticket 0eab1ac759.
 Skip NULL entries on range queries in indexes on expressions. Fix for
 ticket 4baa46491212947.
 Ensure that the AUTOINCREMENT counters in the sqlite_sequence table are
 initialized doing "Xfer Optimization" on "INSERT ... SELECT" statements.
 Fix for ticket 7b3328086a5c116c.
 Make sure the ORDER BY LIMIT optimization (from check-in 559733b09e) works
 with IN operators on INTEGER PRIMARY KEYs. Fix for ticket 96c1454c

 SQLITE_SOURCE_ID: "2016-10-14 10:20:30
 SHA1 for sqlite3.c: fba106f8f6493c66eeed08a2dfff0907de54ae76


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