Plan for an 64 bit binary for macosx catalina?
(1) By anonymous on 2020-03-24 17:46:40 [link]
I am trying to use sqlite on a Mac. With macosx catalina Mac has dropped support for 32bit binaries. After installing the sqlite binary distribution I found that it contained a PPC and a i386 (which I take to mean 32bit) library. Trying to use the i386 the system complained that it couldn't a library suitable for the architecture. I also tried compiling the library from source but then the loader complained that the sqlite_init symbol is not available. I am not sure why that happens. Hence, I would really appreciate if there was a binary distribution for macos that offers a 64 bit version. Best wishes, Huub (email@example.com)
(2) By Tim Streater (Clothears) on 2020-03-24 19:19:09 in reply to 1 [link]
As Catalina is 64-bit only, the libsqlite.dylib that is supplied with the OS should b 64-bit only. The supplied sqlite3.app will use that library, or at least it used to. What about /usr/lib/libsqlite3.dylib ? Isn't that what you need?
(3) By Peter Martin (pmartin) on 2021-04-30 23:19:53 in reply to 2
Same problem here - Catalina/64-bit/x86, and just today resolved for the current sqlite3 version, 3.35.5. The key advice appears at https://sqlite.org/howtocompile.html, under item 3: "Building shared libraries for Mac OS X and Windows is not nearly so simple, unfortunately. For those platforms it is best to use the configure script and makefile that is included with the TEA tarball." As a Tcl fan, I understood "TEA tarball." What worked for me: 1. Download the source code archive file, specifically having the .tar.gz file extension. 2. Extract from the archive, and build (configure + make), following instructions for sqlite3 in the README.txt file. 3. Change directories to ./tea, and follow instructions in the TEA-specific README file. One output of this second build action in my case was a "libsqlite3.35.5.dylib" file. Depending on your target directory, you may need to use "sudo make install." FYI, Mac OSX now generates errors when loading imported .dylib files that are not certified. It's a new security feature.