John Reynolds wrote:
> My question is: what are the trade-offs of not using
There are various compile-options and extensions baked into the
"SQLite.Interop.dll" that are not enabled and/or included by
default with "sqlite3.dll".
One that is somewhat important, is the "vtshim" extension. It
is required if you want to implement a virtual table in managed
code. It's also fairly tightly integrated into the resulting
"SQLite.Interop.dll", by necessity.
It is possible to compile the "SQLite.Interop.dll" for Linux,
Mac OS X, and probably other POSIX compliant systems, using
the following build script:
Joe Mistachkin @ https://urn.to/r/mistachkin
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