(Sorry if this becomes a double post - I first tried posting from Nabble)

I've compiled System.Data.SQLite.dll with the
"/property:UseSqliteStandard=true" option, so that it will load
sqlite3.dll (or it's Linux equivalent) instead of SQLite.Interop.dll.

The advantage of this is that you can run the exact same code on Windows
and Mono+Linux without resorting to using the rarely updated
Mono.Data.SQLite package (about 1.5 years old right now, and with
unfixed bugs critical to my application).

My question is: what are the trade-offs of not using SQLite.Interop.dll?

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