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carnil pushed a change to annotated tag upstream/1.46
in repository libdbd-sqlite3-perl.

        at  83233b1   (tag)
   tagging  38bd985b238d3b36fe2ddfbfda1c41ad0f6d3d77 (commit)
  replaces  upstream/1.44
 tagged by  Salvatore Bonaccorso
        on  Sat May 30 23:41:03 2015 +0200

- Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
Upstream version 1.46

Kenichi Ishigaki (29):
      updated SQLite to 3.8.7
      updated rt_76395_int_overflow.t with test cases from ribasushi
      improved int64 handling for 32bit environment (RT-76395)
      updated Changes
      releng 1.45_01
      adopted _sqlite_atoi64 from sqlite.c
      releng 1.45_02
      fixed regression of 0 as integer
      added a few test cases for int overflow regression
      silenced a few warnings
      enabled stat4
      releng 1.45_03
      restore n_a for older perls.
      use quotemeta (as adviced in RT-99748) to address serious security issues
      fixed a case where bind param is undef (which should be converted to NULL)
      added 5.20 to .travis.yml
      releng 1.45_04
      updated to sqlite
      updated Changes
      Merge branch 'vt_PerlData_closure'
      releng 1.45_05
      silenced a compile-time deprecation warning (Unescaped left brace in 
regex is deprecated) under bleadperl
      releng 1.45_06
      added 5.8.1 and blead to .travis.yml
      tweaked .travis.yml
      reverted changes to .travis.yml
      releng 1.46

Laurent Dami (9):
      fix RT#99747 - skip tests if Unicode::UCD is not installed
      RT#99748 - removed a test which causes experimental warnings under Perl 
>= 5.18 (and did not add much to the intended tests)
      Merge branch 'master' of
      RT#99748 removed tests that cause segfaults under Perl <= 5.8.8
      adapt tests so that they also work for DBI versions prior to 1.608
      additional tests for checking proper handling of '}' and '\}'
      RT#99748: replacing interpolated variables by a closure -- no risk of 
code injection
      #99748 catch runtime errors occurring when user input for the MATCH 
operator is not a proper regex

Salvatore Bonaccorso (1):
      Imported Upstream version 1.46


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