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Comment:Fix WAL capability checking in one of the test files.
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User & Date: mistachkin 2012-09-13 16:12:20
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2012-09-13
19:59
Improved alignment of fields in the Expr object gives an 8-byte size reduction on 64-bit machines. check-in: 6b252a0d user: drh tags: trunk
16:12
Fix WAL capability checking in one of the test files. check-in: 0ebe7cc5 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
15:26
Fix an unused variable warning with SQLITE_OMIT_WAL. check-in: 39866c0e user: mistachkin tags: trunk
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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that WAL and wal-index files may be shared between different 
# SQLite versions.
#
do_allbackcompat_test {
  if {[code1 {sqlite3 -version}] >= "3.7.0"

   && [code2 {sqlite3 -version}] >= "3.7.0"
   && [capable wal]

  } {

    do_test backcompat-2.1.1 { sql1 {
      PRAGMA journal_mode = WAL;
      CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b UNIQUE);
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('I', 1);
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('II', 2);







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#-------------------------------------------------------------------------
# Test that WAL and wal-index files may be shared between different 
# SQLite versions.
#
do_allbackcompat_test {
  if {[code1 {sqlite3 -version}] >= "3.7.0"
   && [code1 {set ::sqlite_options(wal)}]
   && [code2 {sqlite3 -version}] >= "3.7.0"

   && [code2 {set ::sqlite_options(wal)}]
  } {

    do_test backcompat-2.1.1 { sql1 {
      PRAGMA journal_mode = WAL;
      CREATE TABLE t1(a PRIMARY KEY, b UNIQUE);
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('I', 1);
      INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('II', 2);