I have a file named v3_port.sql with some SQL statements in it, and also a directory named v3_port. Maybe not the best idea, but that’s what I had. I entered the command: .read v3_port I meant to say v3_port.sql, but I left off the extension due to a habit formed when I was working with Oracle. Strangely, it appeared to do nothing at all when I specified the directory. There were no error messages and as far as I can tell it did not try to read any of the files in that directory. Is this expected behavior? I would have preferred an error message, “Hey! Wake up! That’s a directory!”. But, maybe there’s a good reason why it doesn’t do that.