Hi Clemens, Even though the documentation makes no guaranty about the lifetime, it is was also for me rather useless.
I need to do some spatial calculations in my custom SQL function, and use the proj4 projection library within it. This SQL function is called very often, and having to recreate the proj4 object with projection params each time was a huge performance issue for me. I wasn’t able to figure out when the data was actually cached – during my tests I simply got the free callback fired immediately after each step. I also had a second use case which actually requires a guaranty for the aux data to exist (providing the current position of a 3D camera. Somewhat comparable to a date function – you get current data whenever you call it). I eventually hacked the VDBE struct, added a pointer to it, and altered some places in order to be able to pass a pointer to the sqlite3_step which I then retrieve from the custom sql function from the context via something like sqlite3_get_custom_ptr. I would call my implementation a hack, though I simply required the performance improvement and the guaranty for the instance be available whenever the function gets called. It would be great if there was a (probably new) API which does that in a proper way. Regards Ben Am 27.11.17, 22:28 schrieb "sqlite-users im Auftrag von Clemens Ladisch" <sqlite-users-boun...@mailinglists.sqlite.org im Auftrag von clem...@ladisch.de>: petern wrote: > Evidently the sqlite3_get_auxdata() API is very buggy. The documentation says that | under some circumstances the associated metadata may be preserved. You have found circumstances where the metadata is not preserved. This is not a bug. I can see that you are unhappy, but that is just because you are trying to make it do something that it was never intended to do. If you want a function with mutable state over multiple invocations, do not use sqlite3_set_auxdata() but an aggregation function, or store the data elsewhere. Regards, Clemens _______________________________________________ sqlite-users mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org http://mailinglists.sqlite.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users _______________________________________________ sqlite-users mailing list email@example.com http://mailinglists.sqlite.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/sqlite-users