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2015-01-07
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Hack test file so it parses in Lua < 5.3 check-in: 7c4cdefcb9 user: e tags: fsl_9w, trunk
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Update README and version info for 0.9.3 release check-in: 4991508bc8 user: e tags: trunk
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Add docn for lversion(); tests for Lua 5.3 64-bit integers. check-in: 01d3974c29 user: e tags: trunk
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2015-January-04

Version "0.9.2-devel"

Since the "0.9.1-devel" release of this Lua library...

Lua 5.3 compatibility (backward compatible with Lua 5.2 and Lua 5.1.5).
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2015-January-06

Version "0.9.3"

Since the "0.9.2-devel" release of this Lua library...

Added lversion() function to report library version, "0.9.3".

Added db:load_extension() function to support SQLite extension libraries.

Added some tests for new funcitons and Lua 5.3 64-bit integers in the database.

Fixed longstanding bug: if db is no longer live, it is auto-closed by gc, but there may still
be live prepared statements. Executing these statements would produce an error. Prepared 
statements now hold a reference to the db to prevent it from being collected while the prepared 
statement is live. Manually closing the db will continue to finalize the statements, as before.

Fixed bug in PUSH_INT64 macro for Lua < 5.3 introduced in version 0.9.2-devel.

2015-January-04

Version "0.9.2-devel"

Since the "0.9.1-devel" release of this Lua library...

Lua 5.3 compatibility (backward compatible with Lua 5.2 and Lua 5.1.5).

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set accordingly and the old value is returned. If <code>temp</code> is missing, 
the function simply returns the current temporary directory.</p>
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<h2><a name="sqlite3_version">sqlite3.version</a></h2>
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        sqlite3.version()</pre>
<p>Returns a string with SQLite version information, in the form 'x.y[.z]'.</p>
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<h2><a name="sqlite3_lversion">sqlite3.lversion</a></h2>
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        sqlite3.lversion()</pre>
<p>Returns a string with lsqlite3 library version information, in the form 'x.y[.z]'.</p>
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<p>For details about their exact meaning please see the <strong>SQLite3
documentation</strong> <a href="http://www.sqlite.org/">http://www.sqlite.org/</a>.</p>
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<h1><a name="version">VERSION</a></h1>
<p>This is <code>lsqlite3</code> version <code>fsl_9u</code>, also known as &quot;devel-0.9.2-1&quot;.</p>
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<h1><a name="credits">CREDITS</a></h1>
<p><code>lsqlite3</code> was developed by Tiago Dionizio and Doug Currie with 
contributions from Thomas Lauer and Michael Roth.</p>
<p>This documentation is based on the &quot;(very) preliminary&quot; documents







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<h2><a name="sqlite3_version">sqlite3.version</a></h2>
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        sqlite3.version()</pre>
<p>Returns a string with SQLite version information, in the form 'x.y[.z[.p]]'.</p>
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<h2><a name="sqlite3_lversion">sqlite3.lversion</a></h2>
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        sqlite3.lversion()</pre>
<p>Returns a string with lsqlite3 library version information, in the form 'x.y[.z]'.</p>
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<p>For details about their exact meaning please see the <strong>SQLite3
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<h1><a name="version">VERSION</a></h1>
<p>This is <code>lsqlite3</code> version &quot;0.9.3&quot;, also tagged as <code>fsl_9w</code>.</p>
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<h1><a name="credits">CREDITS</a></h1>
<p><code>lsqlite3</code> was developed by Tiago Dionizio and Doug Currie with 
contributions from Thomas Lauer and Michael Roth.</p>
<p>This documentation is based on the &quot;(very) preliminary&quot; documents