[DBD-SQLite] SQLite 3.7.x problem fixed, please dev-release

Kenichi Ishigaki kishigaki at gmail.com
Wed Aug 25 03:27:29 GMT 2010

Hi. Sorry that I had little time recently and didn't fix
the issue on sqlite numbers for 64 bit environments.
I tentatively disabled it as it is rather a big change
and might break other distributions' tests that expected
every bind param was a quoted text for sqlite. I'll look
into it again after we ship the next non-dev release.



On Wed, 25 Aug 2010 11:19:59 +1000, Adam Kennedy <adamkennedybackup at gmail.com> wrote:

>Will do
>On 25 Aug 2010 09:53, "Darren Duncan" <darren at darrenduncan.net> wrote:
>> Update ...
>> Thanks to Niko Tyni (Debian Perl Group), a patch to fix the
>incompatibility with
>> SQLite 3.7.x has been handed to us via RT (
>> https://rt.cpan.org/Public/Bug/Display.html?id=60698 ). It was just 3
>lines for
>> test.pm.
>> The patch was written against 1.29 but I tested it against both 1.30_03
>> trunk and it fixed the test failures under 3.7.x for both.
>> Since my earlier report of this problem, 3 more SQLite releases came out,
>> I've added all 3 to DBD::SQLite at the time; 3.7.2 is now the latest;
>> to it is officially recommended for users of all prior releases.
>> I also un-TODO'd 3 other tests which now pass, but didn't in 1.30_03.
>> I also skipped-all t_44891_strings_look_like_numbers.t which has a few
>> still-failing tests (some large integers are formatted in scientific
>> like floats) so that we can ship the 3.7.x fix ASAP.
>> That test had been added after 1.30_03 came out, and fails with that
>release too.
>> Adam, can you please cut 1.30_04 now? (Don't forget to update the release
>> in the Changes file.)
>> The test suite all passes now, for me.
>> The t_44891_strings_look_like_numbers.t will still need dealing with
>> prior to a non-dev release, I suppose.
>> Thank you. -- Darren Duncan
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