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12 check-ins using file src/main.c version cb5ce396
|02:34||Fix compiler warning in MSVC. (CVS 6371) (check-in: 83a4d5b3 user: shane tags: trunk)|
|20:36||Allow the keyword INDEXED to be used as the name of a table or index or column - for backwards compatibility. (CVS 6370) (check-in: 53149c9f user: drh tags: trunk)|
|16:19||Update comments in build.c to conform to the latest implementation. (CVS 6369) (check-in: a915e8e0 user: drh tags: trunk)|
|14:56||Rig the unix backend to use fdatasync() by default, without having to set the HAVE_FDATASYNC macro. Systems that do not support fdatasync() can be compiled using -Dfdatasync=fsync. (CVS 6368) (check-in: a3315627 user: drh tags: trunk)|
|14:41||On unix, always use fdatasync() instead of fsync() when available, even if the file size changes, since (we are told) fdatasync() will automatically flush the inode when the file size changes. (CVS 6367) (check-in: 0d6b11bc user: drh tags: trunk)|
|15:16||Add a test to try to hit the race-condition fixed by (6363). (CVS 6366) (check-in: 4310411f user: danielk1977 tags: trunk)|
|14:42||Fix an assert failure introduced by (6355). (CVS 6365) (check-in: a08324d1 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk)|
|14:18||Make sure struct WhereClause is aligned on an 8-byte boundary. Fix for #3613, #3736. (CVS 6364) (check-in: 093a0cf4 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk)|
|13:15||Rename the unused MEM2 static mutex to OPEN and reuse it to serialize access to the sqlite3BtreeOpen() routine to prevent a race condition on detection of sharable caches. Ticket #3735. (CVS 6363) (check-in: 19fa5a29 user: drh tags: trunk)|
|10:24||Fix a problem in thread005.test cause errors on osx. (CVS 6362) (check-in: 56e6fca1 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk)|
|09:09||Fix a problem in loadext.test causing an error on OSX. This is not a real problem, just a case of the test script expecting a slightly different error message than the one returned. (CVS 6361) (check-in: 18680989 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk)|
|18:51||Fix a couple of fairly obscure cases where an assert() could fail following a malloc failure. (CVS 6360) (check-in: cc0d9256 user: danielk1977 tags: trunk)|