You are correct, sir. I discovered in the rake tasks the following
little bit of code. It directs which version of sqlite to download and
# BINARY_VERSION = "22.214.171.124"
# URL_VERSION= "3081101"
# URL_PATH = "/2015"
Now I just need to figure out how to reinitiate the rake
On 09/12/16 14:09, Don V Nielsen wrote:
> it fails using the sqlite3 gem. The specific exception is "in
> 'initialize': near "with": syntax error
That will be a SQLite version issue - older SQLite's didn't support
with. While you made some effort around versions, whatever is happening
I have an odd problem. It involves Linux & Windows, and it involves
the ruby gem sqlite3. I've already contacted that author/maintainer of
the gem, but I have not heard back in several weeks.
I have a sql file that contains a ctas statement that employs cte with
statements. On Windows, the sql
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