Am 27.10.22 um 12:46 schrieb Benjamin B (BBenj):

Not sure if it was mentioned, but you can also copy the QSQLite plugin, change its name and build it with SQLite and all the options you need. Then use it as a Qt SQL plug-in and load it instead of the default one.

Thank you for that suggestion, that seems to be indeed a viable option (besides linking with the "amalgamation code" and adding the required functions via sqlite3_create_function - and probably a bit more reliable, too, with respect to "version matching").

In the future the binary distribution of the upcoming Qt 6.5 will enable the "math" (and other) functions as well in the Qt SQlite plugin.

Cheers, Oliver

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