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SQLitepp is a multilanguage object oriented wrapper to the sqlite library. It supports self-updatable records and a simple SQL-based query method.

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  •  01 Sep 2005 14:06

    Release Notes: The C++ interface was modified to get more comfortable access to data trough operator[] methods. Support was added for more complex table manipulations like copying data from one table to another and table restructuring. The compilation process was moved from shell scripts to Makefiles. A complete introduction to the library with examples was added in doc subdirectory. SQLitepp now requires at least sqlite 3.2 to work at its best.

    •  25 Aug 2005 14:31

      Release Notes: Support for creating, deleting, and renaming tables was added along with support for the new SQLite ALTER TABLE command for adding columns to existing tables.

      •  08 Jun 2005 10:02

        Release Notes: Support for accessing tuples and queries by indexing them as arrays in C++ was added. Methods to check for the existence of a table and to insert data into the database were added in every supported language.

        •  17 May 2005 20:08

          Release Notes: This release has been updated to compile with SQLite3. Some functionality has been added to the Python interface to manage queries and rows in an easier way.

          •  23 Jul 2004 16:06

            No changes have been submitted for this release.


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