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9 check-ins using file src/expr.c version 80ceb8c7
|22:22||Update mailing list hyperlink on the support page. (CVS 2799) (check-in: 41a7aeee user: drh tags: trunk)|
|13:20||Make sure sqlite3_result_text can handle text strings with embedded '\000' characters. (CVS 2798) (check-in: 9d6057cd user: drh tags: trunk)|
|02:44||Add a test to verify that binding text with embedded '\000' works. Also comment changes in os.h. (CVS 2797) (check-in: 31251a90 user: drh tags: trunk)|
|01:57||Documentation updates. (CVS 2796) (check-in: 2ffb90c3 user: drh tags: trunk)|
|03:20||Restructure the OS interface yet again. This time make the OsFile object a virtual base class which is subclassed for unix, windows, and the crash test simulator. Add the new file "os.c" for common os layer code. Move all OS-specific routines into the sqlite3Os structure. (CVS 2795) (check-in: bd8740d1 user: drh tags: trunk)|
|19:56||The crash test works now, at least on unix. Untested on windows. But it never worked on windows before so if it still does not there is no big loss. I am still troubled by the current design of the OS overloading mechanism. Expect to see more changes. (CVS 2794) (check-in: fa1d7ecf user: drh tags: trunk)|
|19:50||Make the build work on windows again. Ticket #1544. (CVS 2793) (check-in: 59bdca25 user: drh tags: trunk)|
|18:37||The crash tests now compile, at least. But they get wrong results. The problem is fundamental and suggests I need to completely rethink how the new OS backend should work. (CVS 2792) (check-in: 966bc68e user: drh tags: trunk)|
|03:13||Make the OsFile structure opaque with its internal structure known only to the appropriate os_*.c implementation. Omit the os_unix.h and os_win.h include files. The crash tests are broken by this patch. (CVS 2791) (check-in: 058f3175 user: drh tags: trunk)|