Dr. Mucibirahman İLBUĞA wrote
> And I really shocked that am I first person on over the world who wants to
> use SQLite in their own language?... :)

You are not the first person that uses SQLite with a different character set
than ASCII and with a different locale other than English US. If you take a
look at the sponsors list which include NDS Consortium, Bloomberg, mozilla,
etc, all are delivering localized applications, so they dealt with this
problem. If you drive a BMW or a Daimler the navigation system will show you
localized names in Turkish, Greek, Hebrew, Chinese, etc and these are
working fine. 

You should have in mind the original purpose of the library: to provide a
light SQL engine for embedded systems. Probably you washing machine is
already logging data in an SQLite db, everything on a low cost CPU which
cannot cost more than 5 euros.

As Simon Slavin wrote, maybe in your case would be much easier to have
dedicated lower/upper functions instead of recompiling with ICU option, if
this is two complex for you.

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