Just because FreeBSD is not an officially supported
platform doesn't mean can't or won't be supported.  It
just means there have been few who have tried to
compile/test/run SQLite on FreeBSD to say that it
works/compiles/etc.  FWIW, I've played a bit with
SQLite on MacOSX on G3s, G4s, G5s (which I'm sure you
know is *BSD based) so getting it compile shouldn't be
too much of an exercise.  Also, a older version should
be available in the ports collection.  Try that.


--- Al Rider <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I do website design for clubs, etc., with a lot of
> custom, CM php scripts.
> SQLite is ideally suited for many of my scripts;
> but, unfortunately one of
> the sites is hosted on a FreeBSD based server.  Most
> of my designs are
> Linux; but, I want to keep the designs portable.
> I tried to compile and install SQLite without any
> success.
> I posted a ticket about the problem and you relied
> FreeBSD was not a
> supported platform.
> Because of the obvious advantages for my
> applications, I'd really like to
> start using SQLite.
> Plus, I'm looking forward to php 5.  If SQLite is
> not supported on FreeBSD
> machines does that mean it won't be compiled into
> php 5 on them?
> Is there anyone successfully running SQLite on a
> FreeBSD machine?  If so,
> would you email me and give me some help with it.
> Thanks...........
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