On Mon, 29 May 2023, at 20:29, Bill Turner, WB4ALM wrote:
> Is there a newer version of ooSQLite for linux?

I have no idea.

I've never understood the appeal of ooSQLite.  I'd rather just
"install" SQLite (or - better - unzip a portable installer and 
place the files in a folder with a specific version number in
its path) and then call the relevant utility using a CLI command
that's fully pathed specifying the specific .exe in the directory

(That makes it dead easy to test code on different versions of
the .exe's concerned.)

It also means that while I'm trying to derive sample SQLIte (or
cURL, or any other utility's) commands I test them in an OS-
specific terminal window where they should just work.

Then if that doesn't do what I hope/expect I can ask the SQLite 
project (or whoever else) why not, providing the CLI command
and the response.  And that means that I don't have to mention
ooREXX at all ... and just leaves me to solve the issues with 
Windows cmd.exe terminal behaviour ... but at least those are
easily reproduced elsewhere.

It's the same with eg cURL.  I generate and issue standard cURL
commands rather than use an ooREXX/curl interface.  

Jeremy Nicoll - my opinions are my own.

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