Aviv Palivoda <pala...@gmail.com> added the comment:
I don't have any specific use case for making the statement cache optional. I
expected that by changing the cache size to 0 there will be no statement cache.
I think that this is a common assumption as can be seen in
rogerbinns did give a use case where we would like to disable the statement
https://github.com/ghaering/pysqlite/issues/126#issuecomment-410030910. I think
that statement cache should be disable implicitly in that case as you suggest.
The code change will be very similar and I do believe we should allow the user
to disable the cache. I will be happy to open a new PR once this is merged that
will disable the statement cache implicitly when calling `set_authorizer()`
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