On 1 Aug 2008, at 08:04, Antony Dovgal <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

On 01.08.2008 02:24, Scott MacVicar wrote:
scottmac        Thu Jul 31 22:24:05 2008 UTC
 Modified files:              (Branch: PHP_5_3)
   /php-src/ext/sqlite3    config.m4 php_sqlite3.h   Log:
 Enable by default and fix compile error

Do we really need to enable it by default?
I know not of any people that need ext/sqlite, ext/sqlite3 and ext/ pdo_sqlite in the same time (or any people that cannot enable them when needed). It's annoying to have to disable all those extra-useful extensions (which I've never ever used) each time I build PHP.

Wbr, Antony Dovgal

ext/sqlite is based on sqlitev2. I'd remove it in a heartbeat if v3 could read the format

pdo an sqlite3 use the same bundled lib so the increase in binary size is negligible.

I'll catch you on IRC about the segfaults.


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