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2024-07-15
10:13
Slight doc touchup for [af41a1e6fc8b36e9bf65]/[c7519d98ff09e] based on feedback. No code changes. (Leaf check-in: a61997c3 user: stephan tags: branch-3.46)
10:11
Slight doc touchup for [af41a1e6fc8b36e9bf65] based on feedback. No code changes. (check-in: be7b1fc0 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-07-13
18:16
Improve one of the JS test cases. (check-in: 3767d8be user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:53
Fixes for platforms with 32-bit pointers that require 64-bit values to be aligned. (check-in: 2212d748 user: dan tags: alignment-fixes)
15:42
Add JS binding for sqlite3_column_decltype(). (check-in: 5252d292 user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:21
JS doc touchups. No code changes. (check-in: a8e24049 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:07
Add JS bindings for sqlite3_stmt_busy() and sqlite3_stmt_explain(). (check-in: b772edfb user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:22
Add missing sqlite3_bind_parameter_name() binding to JS. (check-in: 6dcfcc7e user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:50
Add JS bindings and tests for sqlite3_interrupted(), is_interrupted(), and db_readonly(). (check-in: 5589ba56 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:47
Remove a stray/harmless duplicate wasm function export entry. (check-in: 5402e4fb user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:40
Add several convenience links to the OPFS VFS concurrency tester app for launching it with various combinations of options. (check-in: 397d6a18 user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:02
Add an option to the opfs-sahpool VFS which tells it to ignore a previous init failure and retry, as an opt-in workaround for a browser quirk which occasionally denies OPFS access on the first attempt and permits it on subsequent attempts. This resolves issue #79 of the npm distribution. (check-in: fbf3948a user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:55
Rename the new opfs-sahpool init-retry flag to the suitably descriptive, and suitably onerous, forceReinitIfPreviouslyFailed, based on feedback. (Closed-Leaf check-in: c9f0a609 user: stephan tags: sahpool-reinit-fallback)
2024-07-12
14:41
sqldiff: fail if the 2nd db argument cannot be opened read-only. (check-in: e8b33525 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:51
Work around a difficult-to-trigger Atomics API message-passing quirk in the OPFS VFS which appears in rare instances in some browsers when running high I/O loads. This resolves issue #12 of the npm distribution. (check-in: c7519d98 user: stephan tags: branch-3.46)
13:49
Work around a difficult-to-trigger Atomics API message-passing quirk in the OPFS VFS which appears in rare instances in some browsers when running high I/O loads. This resolves issue #12 of the npm distribution. (check-in: af41a1e6 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:45
sqldiff: if the first db argument does not exist, fail instead of creating an empty db. Resolving that for the second argument is trickier, as discussed in forum post ec2d429e32. (check-in: 0547ccf7 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-07-11
19:50
Reformulate the forceReinitIfFailed handling based on feedback, to correct the type-checking and resolve a potential race condition. (check-in: c4f46830 user: stephan tags: sahpool-reinit-fallback)
14:07
Remove the timing and counter metrics from the OPFS VFS, as they're long-since unused so are just wasted CPU cycles. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 67c035c3 user: stephan tags: opfs-errant-op)
12:57
Add some docs explaining [64f4f3cd878b1a72]. (check-in: 4fdf9a32 user: stephan tags: opfs-errant-op)
12:36
Proposed workaround for the "errant op" case in the OPFS VFS, as discussed in issue #12 of the npm distribution. (check-in: 64f4f3cd user: stephan tags: opfs-errant-op)
11:04
Add an option to force the opfs-sahpool VFS init to re-run after it fails on a first attempt, as a workaround for flaky environments where initial access to OPFS sync access handles is rejected but then permitted on a second attempt. Reported and discussed in issue #79 of the npm distribution. (check-in: 5286e0f6 user: stephan tags: sahpool-reinit-fallback)
2024-07-10
08:33
Rename some JS files for consistency. This affects only the build process, not the deliverables. (check-in: bcef3f71 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-07-08
17:39
Fix a use-after-free that could occur following an OOM introduced by [d8cedbe0]. (check-in: 4fabfacf user: dan tags: trunk)
16:01
Improve the error message returned when fts5 finds a row is missing from its content table. (check-in: 9b1afd4a user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-07-05
13:55
Use a mini Bloom filter to help reduce the number of pointless searches for prior SubrtnSig objects when generating code for IN operators with subqueries as their right operand. (check-in: d8cedbe0 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:08
Improved reuse of subqueries associated with IN operators, especially when the IN operator is duplicated due to predicate push-down. (Leaf check-in: 2a07caad user: drh tags: bedrock-3.46)
10:03
When constructing an ephermeral table to use as the right-hand side of an IN operator, also construct a Bloom filter to speed membership testing. (check-in: 557a14a2 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.46)
09:56
Improved reuse of subqueries associated with IN operators, especially when the IN operator is duplicated due to predicate push-down. (check-in: c9a34981 user: drh tags: trunk)
01:05
Small performance optimizations. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 99fd34b5 user: drh tags: reuse-subqueries)
2024-07-04
18:56
Add test cases to in7.test. (check-in: 07817efc user: dan tags: reuse-subqueries)
18:26
Disable the reuse of IN-clause subqueries if the subquery is an explicit "SELECT ALL". The ALL keyword is almost never used in actual practice (most developers don't even know it can be used) so this should not interfere with the optimization, but it does give us a convenient way to turn it off for testing purposes. (check-in: a81299be user: drh tags: reuse-subqueries)
17:49
Update EXPLAIN output to include P4_SUBRTNSIG. (check-in: 61e56923 user: dan tags: reuse-subqueries)
16:57
Be more aggressive about reusing subqueries that appear on the RHS of IN operators that have been replicated due to the predicate push-down optimization. (check-in: 2accf32b user: drh tags: reuse-subqueries)
11:15
Add comment using the name "predicate push-down optimization" to what we have also called "WHERE-clause push down". No changes to code. (check-in: be77fe70 user: drh tags: trunk)
09:45
For shell completion, use pragma_table_xinfo instead of pragma_table_info, so that generated columns are handled, as reported in forum post f0735e05d8d7e857. (check-in: a204ffc0 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-07-03
20:30
When constructing an ephermeral table to use as the right-hand side of an IN operator, also construct a Bloom filter to speed membership testing. (Leaf check-in: 0bb306eb user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45-in-bloom)
20:19
When constructing an ephermeral table to use as the right-hand side of an IN operator, also construct a Bloom filter to speed membership testing. (check-in: baa83b46 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:10
Show the creation of IN-operator Bloom filters in the EXPLAIN QUERY PLAN output. (Closed-Leaf check-in: c10a1b99 user: drh tags: in-bloom)
18:56
Add a new sqlite3FaultSim() call to OP_NotFound to use for testing purposes. (check-in: 84fd275b user: drh tags: in-bloom)
17:51
Use a Bloom filter to improve performance of IN operators when the RHS of the IN operator is a subquery. (check-in: 19334965 user: drh tags: in-bloom)
2024-07-02
13:54
Add assert() statements to FTS5 to hush-up warnings from scan-build. (check-in: 77a76654 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:16
Rework the deliberate_fall_through macro along the lines suggested by forum post 7ec11023dd so that it works better with LLVM, while preserving compatibility with MSVC and older GCCs. (check-in: fc248a4a user: drh tags: trunk)
11:30
In the CLI, if the XDG_CONFIG_HOME environment variable is not set, then also search in ~/.config/sqlite3/sqliterc for the initialization file. See forum thread 5cc6d059e9e092ed. (check-in: 33841c9c user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-06-29
15:57
Fix a typo in a comment in a test case. No changes to code. (check-in: f501166d user: drh tags: trunk)
12:22
Add a NEVER() around a branch in sqlite3ExprAffinity() that is designed to prevent an infinite loop, but which can now never be reached due to recent changes. (check-in: da0b7948 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-06-28
18:21
Update fts5 comment/docs to include the order matches are visited in by the xPhraseFirst/xPhraseNext API. (check-in: e41930ef user: dan tags: trunk)
18:07
Additional steps to make sure calls to sqlite3ExprToRegister() are sane. (check-in: 1c42d717 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:14
Do not convert an expression node that is already TK_REGISTER into a new TK_REGISTER. This is a follow-up to [663f5dd32d9db832] that fixes a bug discovered by dbsqlfuzz. (check-in: fcb669cf user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-06-27
18:18
Avoid 32-bit overflow when calculating ncycle for ".scanstats vm". (Leaf check-in: 78022f90 user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45)
15:03
Merge all the latest trunk enhancements into the recursive-cte-orderby-fix branch. (Leaf check-in: 5f159e54 user: drh tags: recursive-cte-orderby-fix)
14:54
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the exists-to-join branch. (Leaf check-in: fc643f8a user: drh tags: exists-to-join)
2024-06-26
16:33
Do not use integer constants like 100_000 in the shell code on this branch. They are not supported until 3.46. (check-in: 8362edb4 user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45)
2024-06-24
18:06
Fix an incorrect tcl comment that appeared in many fts5 test files. (check-in: d07085e2 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:08
Fix some problems with calling fts5 api functions from within non-full-text queries. (check-in: 56d265f9 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:05
Enhance the output of ".scanstats vm" to include the absolute number of ticks for each VM instruction, instead of just the percentage of the total. (check-in: d826236e user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45)
14:53
Enhance the output of ".scanstats vm" to include the absolute number of ticks for each VM instruction, instead of just the percentage of the total. (check-in: 15358283 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-06-20
12:07
Do not attempt the exists-to-join optimization if the FROM clause is full. (check-in: 8e3a1d28 user: drh tags: exists-to-join)
2024-06-19
18:54
Revert Lemon so that it only shows -D options that are actually used. Though the change to display the options in sorted order is retained. (check-in: e54eb217 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:46
In lemon, show all the -D options in the generated header, even if none of them are used. (check-in: 2aa009c3 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:38
Enhance lemon.c so that when it shows the compile-time options in the header comment of the generated output file, it shows all options, even those not used, and it shows them in sorted order. (check-in: eed76e66 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:08
Remove some extraneous flags from the fiddle-debug build. Internal doc tweaks in the main wasm makefile. (check-in: afae2c9e user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-06-18
22:03
Minor cleanups in the new fiddle build code. (check-in: d356aebd user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:50
Rework the fiddle build to build separate debug and non-debug bundles, with the latter in ./fiddle-debug. (check-in: a9f1758f user: stephan tags: trunk)
20:47
Remove an extraneous CSS file and import its CSS into the one HTML file which uses it. (check-in: 66085ca4 user: stephan tags: trunk)
20:40
Add fiddle-debug make target to ext/wasm. It builds the same target files as a non-debug build, as opposed to a new copy, but adds various debug-related flags. (check-in: 993143c5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:36
Add instructions for how to do debugging builds of the CLI on Windows. (check-in: abe81c18 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:19
Update sqlite3_analyzer to report on the number of WITHOUT ROWID tables and to provide separate aggregate statistics for WITHOUT and WITH ROWID tables. (check-in: 41528944 user: drh tags: trunk)
09:58
Internal doc typo fixes, as reported in the forum. No code changes. (check-in: ea16b286 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-06-17
13:06
Improve the JS-exception-to-C-result-code conversion to account for the case of a file disappearing while the OPFS VFS is waiting to acquire a lock on it. (check-in: d34e7880 user: stephan tags: branch-3.46)
2024-06-16
17:06
Remove some dead JS code. (check-in: 754e6e05 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-06-14
23:13
Do not omit the ORDER BY clause from a recursive CTE just because the query that contains the CTE also contains an ORDER BY clause. Plus other changes imported from the recursive-cte-orderby-fix branch. (check-in: 13242289 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:27
Fix harmless comment typo. (check-in: ca063802 user: drh tags: recursive-cte-orderby-fix)
18:33
Improvement to treeview.c: Show the DESC and BIGNULL flags when printing out ExprList objects. (check-in: e87966cf user: drh tags: recursive-cte-orderby-fix)
18:06
Add tests for the change on this branch. (check-in: ae19ff9b user: dan tags: exists-to-join)
17:16
Do not omit the ORDER BY clause from a recursive CTE just because the outer query that uses the CTE also contains an ORDER BY clause. (check-in: 5e700f2c user: drh tags: recursive-cte-orderby-fix)
2024-06-12
22:15
Remove some dead JS code. Improve the exception-to-C-result-code conversion to account for the case of a file disappearing while the OPFS VFS is waiting to acquire a lock on it. (check-in: 5bd9fd5f user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:08
Fix a potential db corruption case triggered by the OPFS VFS's xCheckReservedLock() implementation. (check-in: a7cd07d9 user: stephan tags: branch-3.46)
21:01
Remove some JS docs which no longer apply. No code changes. (check-in: f253cab3 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:01
Do not attempt the exists-to-join optimization for expressions from the ON clause of joins. (check-in: 4666433c user: dan tags: exists-to-join)
15:50
Fix a problem with rolling back hot journals using the unix-dotfile VFS. (check-in: a4470313 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:29
Omit tests that depend on sqlite3_release_memory() in lock5.test when running the memsubsys1 or memsubsys2 permutations. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 9d63033b user: dan tags: unix-dotfile-fix)
12:36
Fix a potential db corruption case triggered by the OPFS VFS's xCheckReservedLock() implementation, as discussed in forum thread a2f573b00cda1372. (check-in: c298b8ba user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:17
Doc updates in JS code. No functional changes. (check-in: 587ed3a5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:41
Do not attempt to run hot journal rollback tests in lock5.test with the "inmemory_journal" permutation, which cannot generate hot journals. (check-in: 1e6fa95b user: dan tags: unix-dotfile-fix)
11:39
Slight API doc tweak for xCheckReservedLock(), based on forum feedback. No code changes. (check-in: 2af7a96f user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:17
Improvements to the layout and comments for the new round() implementation. (Leaf check-in: d6b1df1a user: drh tags: round-up-2)
00:30
Test cases for the round() function for values within one epsilon of the 5 round-up threshold. (check-in: 552b1b10 user: drh tags: round-up-2)
2024-06-11
22:47
A second approach to working on the round() function so that it gives a small boost to numbers that are ...49999999 such that they round up. (check-in: 44dd6328 user: drh tags: round-up-2)
20:28
Handle the case where unix-dotfile is used with URI parameter nolock=1. (check-in: 3925a5b9 user: dan tags: unix-dotfile-fix)
20:03
Fix a problem with rolling back hot journals using the unix-dotfile VFS. (check-in: 4ae3300b user: dan tags: unix-dotfile-fix)
18:22
Provide the ability to disable the exists-to-join optimization using SQLITE_TESTCTRL_OPTIMIZATIONS. Provide tree-trace output for the optimization. (check-in: 33a3f327 user: drh tags: exists-to-join)
17:37
Merge trunk enhancements into the exists-to-join branch. (check-in: 5f25a951 user: drh tags: exists-to-join)
17:04
Remove some dead JS code and update some JS docs. (check-in: 6935ac71 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:04
When compiling shell.c in SQLITE_SHELL_FIDDLE mode, ensure that the shell_main_exit goto label is reachable. (check-in: 06e6f645 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:36
Change constant expressions to pre-computed constants, because apparently MSVC on ARM requires that. Forum thread 4feb1685cced0a8e. (check-in: 6c103aee user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-06-10
19:45
Add missing calls to sqlite3exprSkipCollateAndLikely() to the enchancement on this branch. (check-in: 078537d0 user: dan tags: exists-to-join)
19:31
Fix a crash that could occur when the SELECT in an EXISTS(SELECT ...) used an unknown collation sequence. (check-in: f3009a6d user: dan tags: exists-to-join)
18:30
The aggressive rounding behavior is now only accessible using the internal sqlite3MPrintf() function. The round() SQL function uses that internal function so it can access the aggressive rounding. But ordinary extensions and the format() SQL function cannot. Update: Superseded by round-up-2 branch (Closed-Leaf check-in: 3dec4b35 user: drh tags: round-up)
18:10
More aggressive rounding behavior for the round() function only. Format() still uses the classic behavior, and the same behavior exhibited by printf() in glibc. (check-in: a1b57288 user: drh tags: round-up)
14:31
Change the rounding behavior of float point to decimal conversions such that if the next digit is 4 but the value is within one epsilon of the next digit being 5 and if the epsilon is small compared the number of digits to be rendered, then go ahead and round up anyhow, even though the correct behavior would be to round down. (check-in: 4a790d3b user: drh tags: round-up)
12:43
Improved header comment on the sqlite3FpDecode() implementation. For the fpdecode() SQL function (available in debug builds only) limit the value of the third parameter (mxRound) to be positive. (check-in: 56af06fa user: drh tags: trunk)
12:29
Check-in contained undesired test code. (Leaf check-in: 43f376ce user: drh tags: mistake)
2024-06-09
18:02
Disable the omit-noop-join optimization when there are 64 or more terms in the ORDER BY clause. (Leaf check-in: d2d37e6d user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
17:58
Disable the omit-noop-join optimization when there are 64 or more terms in the ORDER BY clause. (check-in: a7fe90c1 user: drh tags: branch-3.46)
17:34
Disable the omit-noop-join optimization when there are 64 or more terms in the ORDER BY clause. (check-in: 40de3939 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-06-08
18:13
Add extra tests for the changes on this branch. (check-in: a6365c77 user: dan tags: exists-to-join)
2024-06-07
21:00
Experimental optimization to rewrite a SELECT with an EXISTS(...) expression in the WHERE clause as a join. (check-in: 972a33db user: dan tags: exists-to-join)
19:48
At attempt at improving the performance of unixRead(). Partly successfuly, but the improvement is not that much and there is question whether or not the improvement is worth the extra complication and code space. (Leaf check-in: aebc790a user: drh tags: fast-read)
2024-06-06
23:56
Allow the query planner access to the argument of LIMIT even if that argument is a bound parameter. (check-in: c4a9dda2 user: drh tags: trunk)
23:22
Omit bogus tests accidentally added by the privious commit. (Closed-Leaf check-in: e94dfe99 user: drh tags: var-in-limit)
15:03
Better optimize queries that use parameters in the LIMIT clause. (check-in: e58cb304 user: drh tags: var-in-limit)
12:22
Re-enable [dcc2bb2c562e97e090174], as [296eeb26c816bc73] corrects the wasi-sdk build problem the former check-in triggered. Reported in forum post 143e40d7f4e79c66. (check-in: f66608bd user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:21
Adjust the parser so that the value of TK_ISNOT is similar to the value of TK_IS. This helps the compiler generate faster switch() statements on the Expr.op fields when there are cases for TK_ISNOT and other common operators. (check-in: 34f05c3d user: drh tags: trunk)
01:00
Small performance optimization in the operatorMask routine of the WHERE clause analysis logic. (check-in: 9d69fc1c user: drh tags: trunk)
00:49
Small performance optimization in the allowedOp() routine of the WHERE clause analysis code. (check-in: 4ba8be54 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-06-05
20:54
Harmonize function names. (Leaf check-in: db43d7aa user: mistachkin tags: concatb)
20:52
Add an experimental concatb() function. (check-in: 07d84202 user: mistachkin tags: concatb)
20:50
Fix harmless compilation issues seen with MSVC. (check-in: 816d4749 user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
20:41
Small performance optimization in the codeEqualityTerm() routine of the code generator. (check-in: 8080c6ea user: drh tags: trunk)
16:50
Fix an fts5 problem with secure-delete mode causing integrity-check to erroneously report a corrupt index. (check-in: 0a7fa0a4 user: drh tags: branch-3.46)
14:47
Fix an fts5 problem with secure-delete mode causing integrity-check to erroneously report a corrupt index. (check-in: 80bef4d6 user: dan tags: trunk)
11:36
Fix a very obscure issue where the name resolver could get confused if aliases like "sqlite_schema" or "sqlite_master" were used in a query involving the sqlite_temp_schema table. (check-in: a096eb75 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-06-04
19:21
Fix harmless compiler warnings seen with MSVC. (check-in: 93ac8573 user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
17:26
Better handle WHERE terms that are common to two or more OR branches when planning virtual table queries. Fix for ticket [6e3ace1270f29930]. (check-in: 1976c3f7 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:24
Merge 11a4178f0e6cd760303a587, from the bedrock branch just after the 3.45 release, into this branch. This is to pick up test cases only. (check-in: 66c88581 user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45)
15:47
Fix another problem with the sqlite3_log() message identifying the table or index that a conflicting page belongs to. (check-in: 885e01ae user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45)
15:33
Fix a problem in SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ builds that could allow a concurrent transaction to be committed even if it read from an overflow page that was modified concurrently, in cases where the overflow page was written without also writing the b-tree page to which it is linked. (check-in: f1d17258 user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45)
15:33
Improve the log message emitted when a BEGIN CONCURRENT transaction cannot be committed due to conflicts so that it identifies the conflicting table in a few more cases. (check-in: eed5aa7c user: dan tags: bedrock-3.45)
15:07
Fix a couple of memory leaks in the shell tool code that could occur when processing errors. (check-in: e84f09d4 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:32
Allow shell command "testctrl pending_byte" to be used in unsafe-testing mode only. (check-in: afa45c4f user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-06-03
18:04
Address a corner-case associated with the call-function-once optimization of check-in [663f5dd32d9db832] that was causing a (harmless) use of an uninitialized bytecode register. dbsqlfuzz 8a44f675401a8b1f68a43bf813c4f4f72ad8f0ea (check-in: b37ac2d0 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:36
Omit an unused #define. (check-in: 9c2de28a user: drh tags: trunk)
07:22
Modify three #if checks in os_unix.c to improve handling of SQLITE_OMIT_WAL on WASI builds. Based on the discussion in/around forum post 57e918431735128a. (check-in: 296eeb26 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-06-02
10:52
Be more aggressive about freeing memory associated with the sqlite3_index_info.idxStr field. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 85dcd0a8 user: drh tags: xbestindex-or-terms)
2024-06-01
17:56
Have fts5.xBestIndex return SQLITE_CONSTRAINT, instead of a large cost, when no usable plan can be found. (check-in: 7c470945 user: dan tags: xbestindex-or-terms)
2024-05-31
20:32
Further tests for OR constraints on virtual tables. (check-in: ff4a3005 user: dan tags: xbestindex-or-terms)
19:26
Better handle WHERE terms that are common to two or more OR branches when planning virtual table queries. (check-in: 4edd9b29 user: dan tags: xbestindex-or-terms)
15:39
Do not even try star-schema detection if the join has fewer than 5 tables, since 5 is the minimum for a positive detection. (check-in: a07ec16b user: drh tags: trunk)
14:39
Document the OP_Explain opcode. Add the WhereLoop.rRun value as P3 in OP_Explain opcodes associated with WhereLoops, for testing purposes. (check-in: 996c46e6 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-30
21:54
Back out [dcc2bb2c562e97e090174], as it breaks the --with-wasi-sdk builds. (check-in: 62199562 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:56
Remove the unconditional SQLITE_OMIT_WAL when building in wasi-sdk mode, per requests in the forum. (check-in: dcc2bb2c user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:27
Ensure that the second pass call to wherePathSolver() always reports a positive value for the estimated number of output rows. This fixes a long-standing (though exceedingly minor) problem that was only revealed by a new assert() added yesterday. dbsqlfuzz 545d6debc2da496ab2b915e33ea34d9a35a935df (check-in: a47c644f user: drh tags: trunk)
11:25
Experimentally enable linenoise multiline mode in shell.c. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 33ad9d8a user: stephan tags: linenoise-multiline)
11:14
Update shell.c to use the msteve fork of linenoise, per /chat discussion. (check-in: ee92fa83 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-05-29
15:16
Remove an unused parameter from fts5ConfigParseSpecial(). Compiler-warning fix only - no functional changes. (check-in: c08dd245 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:08
Use a heuristic of artifically lowering the cost of fact tables in a star-schema query in order to prevent plans where the fact tables are in outer loops from being trimmed by the path limiter. This helps to generate better (faster) query plans in those particular cases. (check-in: 38db9b5c user: drh tags: trunk)
14:32
Change an assert() (incorrectly) added by the previous check-in into a testcase(). (Closed-Leaf check-in: 5e64b541 user: drh tags: star-schema)
14:04
Small performance enhancement in wherePathSolver() (check-in: bdab6964 user: drh tags: star-schema)
13:29
Improvements to comments and debugging output. (check-in: 85164ee1 user: drh tags: star-schema)
10:40
Remember the amount of the heuristic cost adjustment associated with star schemas and compensate when computing whether or not to use Bloom filters. (check-in: 21daf246 user: drh tags: star-schema)
09:53
Fix typos in the star-schema test cases. (check-in: 40809373 user: drh tags: star-schema)
03:35
Fix sqldiff out-of-bounds char classification error mentioned in the forum. (check-in: b31933d8 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
00:38
Use a heuristic in the query planner to help it better cope with large star schema queries. (check-in: a98be0f5 user: drh tags: star-schema)
2024-05-28
19:08
Fix a couple of assert() statements so that they cannot fire when the SQLITE_TESTCTRL_INTERNAL_FUNCTIONS debugging capability is activated. dbsqlfuzz f5b347cf167a62fbe08062b2feee65cb9306e363. (check-in: 273504b7 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:53
Tweaks to the query planner so that it is better able to deal with star queries with many dimensions and bad indexes. (check-in: 1e490810 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:41
Fix another problem with the sqlite3_log() message identifying the table or index that a conflicting page belongs to. (Leaf check-in: 19d5fd8a user: dan tags: bedrock)
18:35
Fix another problem with the sqlite3_log() message identifying the table or index that a conflicting page belongs to. (Leaf check-in: d033d943 user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
15:37
For query planning purposes, assume every table holds at least 100 rows, as this seems to give better worst-case performance if the table row count estimate turns out to be inaccurate. Park this change on a branch for now and consider it for a future enhancement. (Leaf check-in: 76c7d933 user: drh tags: min-row-estimate)
12:41
Increase the number of parallel paths in the query solver from 12 to 20. In the .wheretrace output, sort the parallel paths in order of increasing cost. (check-in: 8ba2c2f5 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:24
Documentation typo fix. Forum post 772d6688f5. (check-in: 1f2f9c70 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:57
Fix a problem with the error message reported by fts5 in some OOM cases. (check-in: c7aaa28f user: dan tags: trunk)
00:16
Improve the automatic-index decision such that no attempt is made to create an automatic index on a column that is known to be non-selective because if its use in other indexes that have been analyzed. See ticket [8ff324e120d5e9bd] and forum post b21c2101a559be0a. (check-in: 2a7603c3 user: drh tags: trunk)
00:01
Query planner tuning: Increase the maximum number of simultaneous solutions to track int eh solver from 10 to 12. (check-in: fe2e1dad user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-27
21:55
Avoid creating an automatic index on a column that is known to be not very selective. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 70409763 user: drh tags: auto-index-improvements)
19:52
The previous check-in was a little two aggressive about skipping the initialization of entries in the CellArray.ixNx array. Fixed here. (check-in: 1b6d1fbc user: drh tags: trunk)
18:15
Fix typo in comment used to generate parts of the documentation. Forum post da5a2ca4db. (check-in: 428aadf0 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:13
Very small performance increase and size reduction by removing unnecessary ALWAYS() macros from the btree balance logic and replacing them with special initialization of CellArray and some assert()s. (check-in: 32b79041 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:41
Doc typo fix. No code changes. (check-in: eaf07fe6 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:24
For compatibility with PostgreSQL, when right-hand side of the ->> operator is negative, it should index from the right side of the JSON array on the left-hand side. (check-in: 82365a45 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:38
Fix a possible buffer overwrite in the ".import" command. (check-in: 55eee9f9 user: drh tags: branch-3.46)
11:35
Fix a possible buffer overwrite in the ".import" command. forum post 0c447f0548. (check-in: 0fd958fa user: dan tags: trunk)
11:31
Add new assert() statements to help out a static analyzer. Response to forum post 17fe8ac32e0de4f5. (check-in: 857f6d53 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-25
23:17
Ensure that sqlite3ViewGetColumnNames() returns non-zero on any error. (check-in: 01ead0a2 user: drh tags: branch-3.46)
23:13
Ensure that sqlite3ViewGetColumnNames() returns non-zero on any error. dbsqlfuzz d9de2a508f693e5a228d7a01d5341e3c64326fbb. (check-in: 57aeb3a2 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-24
23:44
Ensure that queries like "SELECT func(a) FROM tab GROUP BY 1" only call the func() function once per row. Fix for the issue described in forum thread bf8f43aa522c2299. (check-in: 663f5dd3 user: drh tags: trunk)
21:38
Fix another fts5 problem related to unknown tokenizer modules. (check-in: e78b7783 user: dan tags: trunk)
21:23
Fix a crash in fts5 that could occur within "PRAGMA integrity_check" if the specified tokenizer was unknown. (check-in: 061d7b69 user: dan tags: trunk)
20:18
When omitting result columns for the vector-IN optimization, make sure that any result-set column references in both the ORDER BY clause and the GROUP BY clause are updated appropriately. (Closed-Leaf check-in: f890812d user: drh tags: group-by-consistency)
18:31
Ensure that queries like "SELECT indeterministic(a) FROM tbl GROUP BY 1" invoke the indeterministic function only once for each row of tbl. (check-in: 4555d665 user: dan tags: group-by-consistency)
14:16
Add the stmtrand() extension function for use in testing. (check-in: 5c97a5b9 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:33
Fix an "ifcapable" expression in values.test. (check-in: b8442d2a user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-05-23
23:34
Increase the version number to 3.46.1 (check-in: 170e3a91 user: drh tags: branch-3.46)
23:30
Fix the window-function group_concat() so that it returns an empty string if it has one or more empty string inputs. (check-in: 7fe11274 user: drh tags: branch-3.46)
23:26
Fix the window-function group_concat() so that it returns an empty string if it has one or more empty string inputs. This fixes a bug introduced by [c6da39115d3e2b0f] on 2019-03-26 (version 3.28.0) and reported by forum post bf8f43aa522c2299. (check-in: cec6bb3f user: drh tags: trunk)
15:05
Merge various enhancements that were being held on a branch until after the 3.46.0 release. (1) Allow arbitrary expressions in the second argument to the RAISE() function. (2) Performance optimization to the OP_OpenRead and OP_OpenWrite bytecode operators. (3) Allow FTS5 tables to be dropped even if the associated tokenizer is not available. (4) Performance optimizations in FTS5. (5) Generate better bytecode to improve performance of ONEROW scans. (check-in: 1e5385ff user: drh tags: trunk)
14:58
Increase the version number to 3.47.0 to begin the next development cycle. (check-in: 20e228a2 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:09
Version 3.46.0 for the reuse-schema branch (Leaf check-in: 8f6b8594 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
14:09
Version 3.46.0 for the bedrock branch (check-in: 483d112a user: drh tags: bedrock)
14:05
Version 3.46.0 for the wal2 branch. (Leaf check-in: fdc0e148 user: drh tags: wal2)
14:04
Version 3.46.0 for the begin-concurrent branch (check-in: e3f8c70e user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
13:25
Version 3.46.0 (check-in: 96c92aba user: drh tags: trunk, release, major-release, version-3.46.0)
2024-05-21
17:37
Ensure an sqlite_dbdata cursor is properly reset before being used again, even if it has already encountered database corruption. (check-in: 3210e1ca user: dan tags: trunk)
15:24
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the bedrock branch. (check-in: c65a82f1 user: drh tags: bedrock)
15:20
Merge the lates trunk enhancements into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: 97e0af88 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
15:20
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: d4217d9f user: drh tags: wal2)
15:17
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 5c1c8651 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
14:54
Do not attempt to run mmapcorrupt.test with builds that do not support mmap(). (check-in: 54a49f18 user: dan tags: trunk)
13:34
Fix harmless compiler warnings. (check-in: aab59f9f user: drh tags: trunk)
11:11
Fix the -> and ->> operators so that when the RHS is a string that looks like a number, it is still treated as a string, because that is what PG does. Forum post 9e52cdfe15c3926e. (check-in: de8182cf user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-20
19:59
Omit a capi3 test from 2007 that depends upon undefined behavior (UAF). (check-in: a60a0b75 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:51
Do not run the tests in recovercorrupt4.test with the inmemory_journal permutation. (check-in: c13205d6 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:52
Improvements to the documentation of sqlite3_vtab_distinct(). Do not allow sqlite3_vtab_distinct() to return 2 or 3 if the rowid column of the virtual table is used, as doing so might lead to an incorrect answer. (check-in: 08058d66 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:00
Improvements to the sqlite3_vtab_distinct() documentation. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 6ee041d3 user: drh tags: vtab-distinct-fix)
2024-05-18
20:00
Fix the definition of sqlite3_vtab_distinct() such that return codes 2 and 3 mean that all rows must be distinct over "colUsed" which is a superset of "aOrderBy". Also, disallow return codes 2 and 3 if the rowid of the virtual table is accessed. (check-in: 922731ce user: drh tags: vtab-distinct-fix)
15:21
JS error message and doc typos reported in the forum. No code changes. (check-in: 1a073f9a user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-05-17
22:51
Improvements to a VDBE comment. No changes to anything that affects queries. (check-in: c2188da8 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:26
Merge branches "fix-onerow-opt", "faster-openread", "fts5-delay-tokenizer" and "enhanced-raise", each containing minor enhancements prepared for 3.46, into this branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 6dc64721 user: dan tags: pending-3.46)
13:56
Fix a problem in where.c preventing SQLite from identifying some ONEROW scans, leading to (slightly) sub-optimal byte-code. (Closed-Leaf check-in: b41e7120 user: dan tags: fix-onerow-opt)
2024-05-16
16:22
Add extra tests for the error messages generated by sqlite3_declare_vtab() when passed something other than a well-formed CREATE TABLE statement. (check-in: 5fa0c2a0 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:57
The sqlite3_declare_vtab() interface should return SQLITE_ERROR, not SQLITE_MISUSE when a nonsense SQL input is provided, for legacy compatibility. Forum post 4b875d7b2a. (check-in: 1ec2961a user: drh tags: trunk)
00:20
Fix a case where an error in the ORDER BY clause of an aggregate function that is part of a trigger body might cause an assert() to fail in an ALTER TABLE command. dbsqlfuzz 899d9255555a07f1fe11a0bb51a2fe197b3150cd (check-in: 953271f2 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-15
23:36
Back out the assert() fixes from [a9443dbfbe25e588] and [3afaeac56dff58db] (but keep the corresponding test cases) because they are both made obsolete by the previous fix on this branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 3120c7c8 user: drh tags: alter-table-fix)
21:38
Fix a case where an error in the ORDER BY clause of an aggregate function that is part of a trigger body might cause an assert() to fail in an ALTER TABLE command. (check-in: b79a8be3 user: dan tags: alter-table-fix)
15:11
If there is no data available for a field in a corrupted record, but the type is available, have the recovery extension substitute 0, 0.0, '' or X'' instead of a NULL value. (check-in: 78051359 user: dan tags: branch-3.45)
15:06
If there is no data available for a field in a corrupted record, but the type is available, have the recovery extension substitute 0, 0.0, '' or X'' instead of a NULL value. (check-in: 8eb326c2 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-05-14
19:41
Optimize queries against fts5vocab(row) tables that do use the "cnt" column. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 96a591c2 user: dan tags: fts5-delay-tokenizer)
19:09
Avoid calculating the value of the "cnt" column for fts5vocab(row) queries that do not use it. (check-in: c0c91e30 user: dan tags: fts5-delay-tokenizer)
17:16
Have fts5 tables delay initializing the tokenizer until it is first used in all cases where the tokenizer is not "trigram". (check-in: ca4fdcb8 user: dan tags: fts5-delay-tokenizer)
2024-05-13
20:06
Allow existing fts5 tables to be dropped even if the associated tokenizer is not available. (check-in: 69ef47ee user: dan tags: fts5-delay-tokenizer)
2024-05-12
00:26
Optimization in the implementation of OP_OpenRead and OP_OpenWrite (Closed-Leaf check-in: 3a256a16 user: drh tags: faster-openread)
2024-05-11
16:44
Add tests to bestindexC.test. No changes to code. (check-in: 58d938c0 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-05-10
18:24
Fix aggregate function processing to correctly deal with OOMs inside of sqlite3ParserAddCleanup(). (dbsqlfuzz b2d11ca70e55ee8bde48ae0b53fa3e9355812f95). Also add improved testing support by causing sqlite3FaultSim(300) to simulate an OOM inside of sqlite3ParserAddCleanup() and by adding improved fault-sim support to the CLI. (check-in: c6fd70b3 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:15
Add a test for the fixes on this branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 716088d6 user: dan tags: cleanup-testing)
18:10
The sqlite3FaultSim(300) error from [1e8863909ac369e5] must be treated as an OOM, since it simulates an OOM. Also fix deferred deletion of Expr objects from [a53bdd311c4154fd] so that it does not corrupt the AST if an OOM occurs. (check-in: c623d9a5 user: drh tags: cleanup-testing)
17:05
Improvements to the ".testctrl fault_install" command in the CLI. (check-in: 48b34ded user: drh tags: cleanup-testing)
16:28
Add an sqlite3FaultSim(300) call to the sqlite3ParserAddCleanup() routine for more precise simulation of OOM errors in that routine. (check-in: 1e886390 user: drh tags: cleanup-testing)
09:26
Squelch two OMIT-flag-related warnings reported in forum post 388243d9882067a9. No functional changes. (check-in: 1d671605 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-05-09
18:54
Reformulate a for-in loop to a for loop in wasm.xWrap() to work around downstream frameworks modifying the JS Array prototype, as reported in forum post b549992634b55104. (check-in: ce2eb6d8 user: stephan tags: branch-3.45)
18:39
Add a maintenance-reminder comment explaining [dc58ed65492857]. (check-in: 857f5d7f user: stephan tags: trunk)
18:00
Reformulate a for-in loop to a for loop in wasm.xWrap() to work around downstream frameworks modifying the JS Array prototype, as reported in forum post b549992634b55104. (check-in: dc58ed65 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:45
Fix a problem causing the recovery extension to use excessive memory and CPU time in some cases. (check-in: bc394acb user: dan tags: branch-3.45)
2024-05-08
17:57
Rename a shadowed local var, as reported in forum post 2ba65af31. No functional changes. (check-in: d030c87c user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:42
Allow arbitrary expressions as the second argument to RAISE(). (Closed-Leaf check-in: 003e1c8c user: drh tags: enhanced-raise)
11:51
Fix a hyperlink typo in session documentation. (check-in: 42d67c6f user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-07
19:45
Fix bug in test script sessionconflict.test. (check-in: e29decb8 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:58
Ensure successive scans of pragma virtual tables return consistent rowids. (check-in: 6838bf3a user: dan tags: trunk)
13:20
Fix a compilation error in test/lemon-test01.y, reported in forum post f0ad095705. (check-in: 576b68c8 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-05-06
20:21
When extracting links from sqlar archives, clobber any existing file or link, and do not call utimes() to set the timestamp - it looks through the link and operates on the target. (check-in: 2bf8c3f9 user: dan tags: trunk)
20:18
Omit redundant unary + operators from the AST. (check-in: f81cc149 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:04
Avoid unnecessary recursion in sqlite3ExprDeleteNN(). This complicates the code, but it is needed to prevent nuisance "stack overflow" reports from OSSFuzz while it is running the latest ASAN. (check-in: 70abc144 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:55
Add new sessions API sqlite3changegroup_add_change(). (check-in: 5eaab43c user: dan tags: trunk)
17:32
Edit comments in sqlite3session.h. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 49f84878 user: dan tags: changegroup-add-change)
17:21
Add tests for sqlite3changegroup_add_change(). (check-in: 9d67bedc user: dan tags: changegroup-add-change)
11:27
Fix problem in sqlar_uncompress() when being used to extract symbolic links. (check-in: 4d90c3f1 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-05-05
10:00
Add comment to the test/lemon-test01.y file indicating that it does not work and is for historical reference only. (check-in: 9bdf73a8 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-05-04
21:10
Add new sessions API sqlite3changegroup_add_change(). (check-in: 73647db1 user: dan tags: changegroup-add-change)
16:50
Add test cases to test/in7.test. No code changes. (check-in: 8c3086f9 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:10
Assume that an SQL function is able to return a subtype if any of its arguments are SQL functions that are able to return subtypes. This closes a corner-case hole in the patch at [ba789a7804ab96d8]. (check-in: b36d499e user: drh tags: trunk)
15:04
Assume that a function is able to return a subtype if either (1) it is itself marked with SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE, or (2) one of its arguments is a function that is able to return a subtype. This check-in backs out the code changes from the previous two on this same branch, but keeps the test cases from the previous two. (Closed-Leaf check-in: f16b200f user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
11:31
Functions that pass through the sqlite3_value of one of their arguments must also be marked as SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE, in case one of their arguments has a subtype. (check-in: 2f9fba93 user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
2024-05-03
19:35
The coalesce(), ifnull(), and iif() functions pass through subtype values from their arguments, and hence need to have the SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE flag set. (check-in: cdd1610c user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
2024-05-02
19:22
Fix a problem with queries that use "IN(...) ORDER BY ... NULLS LAST" or similar introduced by [d7648e21605a0b38]. (check-in: 26b2d939 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:16
Avoid an assert failure accessible only when internal testing features are enabled. dbsqlfuzz crash-66abacda6bca6bd531e25595e8c8068e2c710326.txt. (check-in: fbc446da user: dan tags: trunk)
17:46
Fix a case where the recovery extension might write uninitialized data to the recovered database. (check-in: 8519b4d0 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:48
Avoid an OP_Next in cases where an IN(...) query against a UNIQUE index may return at most 1 row. (check-in: d7648e21 user: dan tags: trunk)
12:14
Fix the CREATE TABLE performance issue described by forum thread 4cf69794d9dfff7c in two different ways: (1) Omit the call to PRAGMA integrity_check('X') that was being done after CREATE TABLE "X" because the result was being ignored and the integrity_check was not doing anything other than burning CPU cycles. (2) Do not interpret the argument to PRAGMA integrity_check as a number if it is in fact a string that looks like a number. (check-in: 71f08b91 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:00
Add a test case to the fix to PRAGMA integrity_check in the previous check-in. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 39a57b59 user: drh tags: faster-create)
11:52
Do not accept a string that looks like a number used as an argument to PRAGMA integrity_check as a number. Treat it as a table name that just happens to look like a number. (check-in: b04e7a23 user: drh tags: faster-create)
11:51
Omit the OP_SqlExec to "PRAGMA integrity_check" added by [348fa7aaf7958b3f] because it is a no-op. Even if the integrity_check failes, the CREATE TABLE is stull successful. The OP_SqlExec just burns CPU cycles for no reason. (check-in: 532795ac user: drh tags: faster-create)
2024-05-01
19:48
Avoid an OP_Next in cases where an IN(...) query against a UNIQUE index may return at most 1 row. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 560f6415 user: dan tags: unique-in-opt)
16:25
Fix another problem in the recovery extension where a corrupt sqlite_schema table could lead to excessive memory consumption. (check-in: 1c7e33a8 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:42
Fix a problem causing the recovery extension to use excessive memory and CPU time in some cases. (check-in: 8de85170 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-04-30
19:34
Avoid 32-bit overflow when calculating ncycle for ".scanstats vm". (check-in: 2858efa0 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-04-26
19:10
Fix issues in LIMIT/OFFSET support for virtual tables. The first problem was reported by forum post c243b8f856. That report prompted an enhancement to the generate_series() (also included in this merge) which in turn identified other similar issues. (check-in: 5f6c079d user: drh tags: trunk)
18:42
Internal JS doc touchups. No functional changes. (check-in: 626b997b user: stephan tags: trunk)
18:24
Additional internal docs in the wasm utilities. (check-in: 5a2245a9 user: stephan tags: trunk)
18:13
Allow virtual table implementations to handle OFFSET but not LIMIT, but not LIMIT but not OFFSET. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 90e5c822 user: dan tags: vtab-limit-fix)
17:19
Have where.c ignore any plan from a virtual table that tries to use LIMIT/OFFSET without also using all WHERE constraints. (check-in: 7d305964 user: dan tags: vtab-limit-fix)
17:09
Further fixes and improvements to the generate_series() enhancements on this branch. (check-in: b7d9bd7e user: drh tags: vtab-limit-fix)
14:36
Use hex flag masks rather than decimals in ext/misc/series.c. (check-in: a94e2cd0 user: drh tags: vtab-limit-fix)
14:32
Fix a problem allowing a LIMIT constraint to be passed to a virtual table in cases where there exist WHERE terms that cannot also be passed. (check-in: 72c8ed96 user: dan tags: vtab-limit-fix)
13:38
Fix handling of LIMIT and OFFSET in virtual tables that are part of a compound SELECT. (check-in: 40421c1c user: drh tags: vtab-limit-fix)
13:30
Enhance the generated_series() table-valued-function to respond to LIMIT and OFFSET. Use this to add new test cases for LIMIT and OFFSET on virtual tables in a compound SELECT. (check-in: 408d47ec user: drh tags: vtab-limit-fix)
12:01
Add test demonstrating the problem at forum post c243b8f856. No fix yet. (check-in: 1685495c user: dan tags: vtab-limit-fix)
11:32
Fix the TreeView display of a LIMIT clause on a compound query. Debugging code only - not part of production builds. (check-in: 38f1e5ce user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-04-25
23:26
Improvement to the way that affinity is determined for columns of a compound subquery. The affinity is the affinity of the left-most arm of the compound subquery that has an affinity other than NONE, adjusted to accommodate the data types coming out of the other arms. (check-in: e6df846f user: drh tags: trunk)
17:52
Further improvements to the computation of affinity for compound subqueries: make sure that the selected affinity is compatible with a literal values in arms to the left of the arm that is used to determine affinity. (Closed-Leaf check-in: bbdf22e3 user: drh tags: compound-subquery-affinity)
16:55
Back out the previous change on this branch. In its place: Determine the affinity of a subquery by the left-most arm of the subquery that has an affinity other than NONE. In other words, scan from left to right looking for an arm of the compound subquery with an affinity of BLOB, TEXT, INTEGER, or REAL and pick the first one found. Or stay with NONE if no arm has a defined affinity. Test cases added. (check-in: b8ec8511 user: drh tags: compound-subquery-affinity)
06:52
wasm: add a makefile comment about the static sqlite3.h/c version info injected into the JS files possibly differing from the runtime-emited version info when a user provides their own sqlite3.c. (check-in: d99a01a0 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-04-24
19:49
An experimental minor tweak to the way affinities are computed for compound subqueries, when the actual affinity is ambiguous. (check-in: 779723ad user: drh tags: compound-subquery-affinity)
16:36
If a RETURNING clause contains a subquery that references the table that is being updated in the statement that includes the RETURNING clause, then mark the subquery as correlated so that it is recomputed for each result and not just computed once and reused. See forum post 2c83569ce8945d39. (check-in: 9ea6bcc8 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:18
Fix a case where a corrupt stat4 record could go unrecognized due to integer overflow. (check-in: 240a4a48 user: dan tags: trunk)
11:51
Add comments linking the assert() added in [cef4d9e3ba586735] to the places where the precondition that the assert() tests are actually required. (check-in: 6f0e7e19 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:40
Avoid slowdown when exprNodeIsConstant() is called on deeply nested SQL functions. (check-in: 1c0b0345 user: dan tags: trunk)
11:21
Ensure that temporary SrcItem objects created by trigger processing have either SrcItem.zName or SrcItem.pSelect defined. Every SrcItem should have one or the other. (check-in: cef4d9e3 user: drh tags: trunk)
06:43
Remove an undocumented feature from the JS Worker1.open API because it relies on broken behavior which has no VFS-agnostic workaround. (check-in: 3a640038 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-04-23
12:02
Fix a problem with vector IN operators used with an index where the affinities and collations for the various vector terms are different. (check-in: 86e8c782 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:56
Fix an uninitialized variable problem in the new code on this branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 85625b38 user: dan tags: vector-in-fix)
06:49
Remove some dead WASM-side code. (check-in: 0a07ee27 user: stephan tags: trunk)
06:36
Minor touchups in JS docs and exception messages. (check-in: 9e7fc937 user: stephan tags: trunk)
05:38
When running the 'dist' target in ext/wasm for an SEE-capable build, ensure that the resulting zip file and directory name include '-see'. (check-in: 04c552b1 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-04-22
20:09
Add extra tests for aborting conflicts in the sessions module. (check-in: b4a6d326 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:03
Minor cleanups to [8fbda563d2f5]. (check-in: 5ee2594b user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:46
Extend the JS/WASM SEE build support by (A) filtering SEE-related bits out of the JS when not building with SEE and (B) accepting an optional key/textkey/hexkey option to the sqlite3.oo1.DB and subclass constructors to create/open SEE-encrypted databases with. Demonstrate SEE in the test app using the kvvfs. This obviates the changes made in [5c505ee8a7]. (check-in: 8fbda563 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:31
Extra robustness in the code that causes cursors to return NULL when they are participating in an OUTER JOIN. (check-in: 672c2869 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:48
For sqlite3.oo1.DB JavaScript classes, bypass execution of any on-open() SQL in SEE-capable builds because it would necessarily run before the client has an opportunity to provide their decryption key, which would leave the db handle in an unusable state and cause the ctor to throw. This currently affects only the OPFS VFSes. We may want to consider extending the ctor options object to optionally accept an SEE key and apply it when opening the db. (check-in: 5c505ee8 user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:42
Continuation of the fix at [8c0f69e0e4ae0a44]: If a viaCoroutine FROM clause term is participating in a RIGHT or FULL JOIN, we have to create an always-NULL pseudo-cursor for that term when processing the RIGHT join. dbsqlfuzz 6fd1ff3a64bef4a6c092e8d757548e95698b0df5. (check-in: e1040e51 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-04-21
23:35
Fix an indentation problem in debugging routine sqlite3ShowSrcList(). No changes to production code. (check-in: 5560df27 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-04-20
19:19
Slight performance improvement for the new code on this branch. (check-in: 500c67f1 user: dan tags: vector-in-fix)
15:14
Fix a problem where an expression like (a, b) IN (SELECT ...) might not use an index on (a, b) if the affinities and collation sequences of "a" and "b" are not identical. (check-in: 4d870fd8 user: dan tags: vector-in-fix)
2024-04-18
16:11
Correct handling of OUTER JOIN when on or the other operand is a subquery implemented using the VALUES-as-coroutine optimization. dbsqlfuzz bde3bf80aedf25afa56e2997a0545a314765d3f8. (check-in: 8c0f69e0 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-04-17
19:48
Prevent tokenize-blobs from being used with non-contentless tables. Fix some other issues with the new code on this branch. (Leaf check-in: 6a640ea4 user: dan tags: fts5-tokenize-blob)
2024-04-16
14:23
Add some tests for the fts5 tokenize-blob functionality on this branch. (check-in: c2f9d125 user: dan tags: fts5-tokenize-blob)
2024-04-15
20:43
The first assert() added in [0ebc65481f4a3e79] is not necessarily true in a corrupt database file. So add a term to make it true. (check-in: 6b21cccd user: drh tags: trunk)
20:24
Add experimental way to specify an alternative tokenizer when writing to or querying an fts5 table. (check-in: 6c51c9c6 user: dan tags: fts5-tokenize-blob)
14:59
Merge version 3.45.3 patches into the reuse-schema-3.45 sub-branch. (Leaf check-in: a1ff4153 user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.45)
14:45
Merge all of the latest trunk enhancements into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 16dac180 user: drh tags: bedrock)
14:39
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 4a72acbc user: drh tags: wal2)
14:36
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: eedf6bed user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
14:29
Merge from wrong branch. Bedrock should be updated from wal2, not from trunk. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 4c23cad9 user: drh tags: mistake)
14:21
Merge all 3.45.3 changes into the wal2-3.45 branch. (Leaf check-in: 2ccc0185 user: drh tags: wal2-3.45)
14:18
Merge all 3.45.3 changes into the begin-concurrent-3.45 subbranch. (Leaf check-in: 3dda82e0 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.45)
13:34
Version 3.45.3 (check-in: 8653b758 user: drh tags: release, branch-3.45, version-3.45.3)
2024-04-12
18:46
If a build fails in testrunner.tcl, do not attempt to run the jobs that depend on that build. Instead, report those jobs as having been skipped. (check-in: b40580be user: drh tags: trunk)
16:52
Adjustment to EQP output in one test case. (check-in: 08dd2b92 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
15:15
Mark the BTree cell overflow cache as invalid whenever the rowid goes invalid. (Leaf check-in: 0ec6669c user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
15:10
Increase the version number to 3.45.3. (check-in: 119b3b3c user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
15:06
Mark the BTree cell overflow cache as invalid whenever the rowid goes invalid. (check-in: 5266bb6d user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
15:02
Fixes and new tests logic to ensure that the btree overflow page cache is only used when it is consistent. This resolves the malfunction observed in forum post 284955a3cd454a15. (check-in: 5dede50d user: drh tags: trunk)
13:05
Add assert() statements to help verify the overflow page cache. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 0ebc6548 user: drh tags: btree-ovfl-cache)
12:32
New assert() statements to verify the correctness of the BTCF_AtLast flag on btree cursors. (check-in: 4efecd61 user: drh tags: btree-ovfl-cache)
11:28
Test case for the fix in the previous check-in. (check-in: 0cf4d835 user: drh tags: btree-ovfl-cache)
02:57
Mark the BTree cell overflow cache as invalid whenever the rowid goes invalid. (check-in: 74c9e19c user: drh tags: btree-ovfl-cache)
2024-04-11
19:09
Fix handling of the SQLITE_OMIT_WAL check in one place. Resolves forum post 87cc13302de160eb. (check-in: ce86d30d user: stephan tags: branch-3.45)
19:08
Fix handling of the SQLITE_OMIT_WAL check in one place. Resolves forum post 87cc13302de160eb. (check-in: 5dae6e6d user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-04-10
16:36
Fix the pragma4.test script so that it works with SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE. (check-in: 61060c7d user: dan tags: branch-3.45)
2024-04-09
19:23
Fix a "shift exponent is too large" usan error that could occur in the fts3 snippet() function when a query phrase contains more than 64 tokens. (check-in: 6d2c7ac4 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:18
Avoid some performance problems in the recover extension when recovering strategically corrupted databases. (check-in: d83b0ffe user: dan tags: branch-3.45)
15:09
Avoid some performance problems in the recover extension when recovering strategically corrupted databases. (check-in: e66a834b user: dan tags: trunk)
14:08
Ignore CHECK constraints when qualifying the xfer optimization while running VACUUM. (check-in: 944d1b6e user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
14:07
Ignore CHECK constraints when qualifying the xfer optimization while running VACUUM. (check-in: bb6f9908 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
13:57
The read-only CHECK-constraint optimization of [34ddf02d3d21151b] inhibits the xfer optimization for tables with CHECK constraints. However, the xfer optimization is required for correct operation of VACUUM INTO on tables that contain generated columns. Fix this by ignoring CHECK constraints when qualifying the xfer optimization while running VACUUM. Problem reported by forum post 3ec177d68fe7fa2c. (check-in: a6e26e77 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-04-08
17:55
Update tests in returning1.test to account for [c7896e88]. (check-in: c02956cd user: dan tags: trunk)
12:02
Merge the latest trunk enhancements, and especially the enhancement to the WHERE-clause push-down optimization, into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 0f93b52c user: drh tags: bedrock)
11:57
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 59ccea7d user: drh tags: wal2)
11:50
Enhance the WHERE-clause push-down optimization so that it is able to push down WHERE clause terms that contain uncorrelated subqueries. (check-in: 69ec714b user: drh tags: trunk)
11:45
Fix a harmless compiler warning in the ICU extension due to [acddbc489d5231da]. (check-in: 3d8750e8 user: drh tags: trunk)
06:37
Enhancements to the fuzzer invariant checker to turn optimizations on and off. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 67594481 user: drh tags: pushdown-subquery)
2024-04-07
18:55
Merge trunk testing enhancements into the pushdown-subquery branch. (check-in: 287ff24b user: drh tags: pushdown-subquery)
18:36
Omit all rowid-in-view restrictions from the fuzzinvariant.c test module as they are no longer necessary, as of the previous check-in. (check-in: 6431538f user: drh tags: trunk)
18:23
If SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW is set to 2, then all rowids for views return a value of NULL. (check-in: 0a53dde2 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:30
Merge trunk enhancements into the pushdown-subquery branch. (check-in: 27865e31 user: drh tags: pushdown-subquery)
10:27
Add comments to note the name abiguity between the MySQL push-down optimization and the WHERE-clause push-down optimization. (check-in: 3d5fb1ec user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-04-06
23:09
Add comments to note the name abiguity between the MySQL push-down optimization and the WHERE-clause push-down optimization. (Leaf check-in: 681dfe2d user: drh tags: wrong-branch)
18:30
Do not allow changes to sqlite3ExprIsTableConstant() that support pushdown of subqueries interfere with the hash-join logic. (check-in: 8682931f user: drh tags: pushdown-subquery)
17:42
Merge testing logic fixes on trunk into the pushdown-subquery branch. (check-in: a4e1f03d user: drh tags: pushdown-subquery)
17:37
Improvements to the accurancy of the fuzzinvariants.c testing module when SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW is defined and the test query involves rowids. (check-in: c6e873d4 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:19
Generalize pushdown to allow any uncorrelated subquery to be pushed down. (check-in: 87c45fb0 user: drh tags: pushdown-subquery)
11:59
Generalize the pushdown of IN right-hand sides to cover more SELECTs. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 4120bc74 user: drh tags: pushdown-IN-table)
2024-04-05
20:01
Experimental enhancement in which expressions of the form "expr IN table" can be pushed down into subexpressions. (check-in: 2cbd7838 user: drh tags: pushdown-IN-table)
15:04
Merge all recent trunk enhancements into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: e556f3d3 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
14:54
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 7a2a64b6 user: drh tags: bedrock)
14:50
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: a8a8a2db user: drh tags: wal2)
14:46
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 4ff83342 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
14:13
Check-in a9657c87c53c1922 is wrong: the IndexedExpr.bMaybeNullRow flag is required for virtual columns if they are part of an outer join. Add a test case to prove it. (check-in: 083b0f7e user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
14:06
Fix obscure issues associated with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW and indexes on virtual columns in a RIGHT JOIN. (check-in: 4b3a253f user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
13:56
Check-in [a9657c87c53c1922] is wrong: the IndexedExpr.bMaybeNullRow flag is required for virtual columns if they are part of an outer join. Add a test case (derived from dbsqlfuzz b9e65e2f110df998f1306571fae7af6c01e4d92b) to prove it. (check-in: 4484ec6d user: drh tags: trunk)
11:28
When compiling with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW, if the RETURNING clause of an UPDATE of a view specifies a rowid, then return NULL for the value of that rowid. (check-in: d38cfa60 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:23
When compiling with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW, if the RETURNING clause of an UPDATE of a view specifies a rowid, then return NULL for the value of that rowid. dbsqlfuzz 7863696e9e5ec10b29bcf5ab2681cd6c82a78a4a. (check-in: c7896e88 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-04-04
22:53
Optimize sqlite3.oo1.DB.exec() for the rowMode='object' case to avoid converting the object property keys (column names) from native code to JS for each row. This speeds up large data sets considerably and addresses the report in forum post 3632183d2470617d. (check-in: 8b41ef86 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:26
Add the "interstage-heuristic" that attempts to avoid wildly inefficient queries that use table scans instead of index lookups because the output row estimates are inaccurate. (check-in: 7bf49e2c user: drh tags: trunk)
13:36
Fix an ASAN problem in part of the test harness. No changes to SQLite itself. (check-in: 797cda7d user: drh tags: trunk)
13:07
Fix test cases due to an error message change. (check-in: c49ec239 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:37
Fix exception propagation when the opfs-sahpool VFS fails to initialize to address report in forum post be0141c639. (check-in: db31d178 user: stephan tags: branch-3.45)
12:36
Fix exception propagation when the opfs-sahpool VFS fails to initialize to address report in forum post be0141c639. (check-in: cdb3a900 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-04-02
21:55
Add an optional 3rd argument to the icu_load_collation() function that specifies the "strength" of the comparison. (check-in: acddbc48 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:12
Fix typos in comments. Provided ".wheretrace" debugging output for the interstage heuristic module. Do omit automatic index loops in the interstage heuristic. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 186dcae1 user: drh tags: interstage-heuristic)
11:44
Add a heuristic in between the two solver() passes of the query planner that tries to prevent a very slow query plan in cases where the output row count estimate is imprecise. (check-in: 8018417b user: drh tags: interstage-heuristic)
2024-04-01
15:38
Improved comments in the query planner logic that computes the cost for a particular step in a query plan. No code changes. (check-in: 0b2ac2cd user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-30
14:11
Make explicit that sqlite3_keyword_name()'s index is 0-based, per forum request. Doc changes only. (check-in: 090943dc user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-03-29
18:19
Fix handling of an OOM case broken by [11015b4e]. (check-in: 1f3a805d user: dan tags: bedrock)
18:16
Fix handling of an OOM case broken by [49263c91]. (check-in: 9e6b64de user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
18:07
Fix a problem in SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ builds that could allow a concurrent transaction to be committed even if it read from an overflow page that was modified concurrently, in cases where the overflow page was written without also writing the b-tree page to which it is linked. (check-in: 11015b4e user: dan tags: bedrock)
18:04
Improve the log message emitted when a BEGIN CONCURRENT transaction cannot be committed due to conflicts so that it identifies the conflicting table in a few more cases. (check-in: 19ff2d4e user: dan tags: bedrock)
17:58
Fix a problem in SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ builds that could allow a concurrent transaction to be committed even if it read from an overflow page that was modified concurrently, in cases where the overflow page was written without also writing the b-tree page to which it is linked. (check-in: 49263c91 user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
17:32
Improve the log message emitted when a BEGIN CONCURRENT transaction cannot be committed due to conflicts so that it identifies the conflicting table in a few more cases. (check-in: 5d30e362 user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
2024-03-28
10:58
Document that the order of an update hook call is unspecied vis-a-vis the final result of the operation which triggers that hook. Doc changes only. (check-in: 3d4b1f07 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-03-27
20:34
Update comments in fts5.h. (check-in: 862945d5 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-03-26
18:07
Add extra tests to vtabL.test. (check-in: fe209099 user: dan tags: trunk)
11:14
Avoid expanding integer values in columns with real affinity to the full 8-byte representation when editing records as part of a DROP COLUMN command. (check-in: a49296de user: dan tags: trunk)
10:48
Merge all recent trunk enhancements into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: e469b022 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
10:45
Merge all recent trunk enhancements into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 33d3453f user: drh tags: bedrock)
10:42
Merge all recent trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: c2139d82 user: drh tags: wal2)
10:42
Merge all recent trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 9b854e54 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
2024-03-25
20:35
The RAISE() operator is not a constant expression and cannot participate in the VALUE-as-coroutine optimization. dbsqlfuzz 74cf7c9904360322a6c917e4934b127543d1cd51 (check-in: 6a06dc73 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:00
Add further tests for sqlite3_declare_vtab(). (check-in: f3c4433f user: dan tags: trunk)
19:31
Simplifications to the sqlite3_declare_vtab() implementation. Changes some conditionals into assert() statements, for coverage. (check-in: ff7b898a user: drh tags: trunk)
18:30
Fix a theoretical OOB memory access in sqlite3_stmt_scanstatus_v2(). (check-in: 87be9580 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:24
Revert the previous change. Instead, do a pre-check of the CREATE TABLE statement that is the second argument to sqlite3_declare_vtab() and if the first two keywords are not "CREATE" and "TABLE", then raise an SQLITE_MISUSE error. (check-in: 6a2ff835 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:43
Remove an ALWAYS() from a condition that can be true. (check-in: 715fcf03 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:44
Fix an inaccuracy in automatic indexes that was exposed by the fix at [80c4223098c1827f]. (check-in: fdc9406f user: drh tags: trunk)
13:18
Fix the pragma4.test script so that it works with SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE. (check-in: f8fe6fb6 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:28
Fix recent test case changes so that they also work on Windows. (check-in: 38578b5a user: drh tags: trunk)
11:34
Use the SQLITE_CONSTRAINT return value from xBestIndex to prohibit bad query plans in the pragma virtual table. (check-in: b1259d44 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:55
Improvements to the vtablog.c extension: Eliminate memory leaks. More diagnostic output for xBestIndex. (check-in: 92e9a71b user: drh tags: trunk)
10:28
Flag sqlite3_trace() and sqlite3_profile() as deprecated so that the doc generator for funclist.html sees them as such, and add 'Deprecated' to their page's title for consistency with other deprecated APIs. Comment changes only. Addresses forum post 0901025836. (check-in: 87c54f93 user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:38
Improvements to the vtablog.c extension, for better logging of virtual table interactions. (check-in: e253bb36 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-24
21:18
Fix the xBestIndex method of the pragma virtual table so that it correctly gives a higher cost to plans where the schema hidden parameter is unconstrained. (check-in: ec791413 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
21:15
Fix the xBestIndex method of the pragma virtual table so that it correctly gives a higher cost to plans where the schema hidden parameter is unconstrained. (check-in: d68fb8b5 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
21:10
Fix the xBestIndex method of the pragma virtual table so that it correctly gives a higher cost to plans where the schema hidden parameter is unconstrained. Fix for the problem reported by forum post 85b6a8b6705fb77a. (check-in: bc516ff5 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:26
Improved "wheretrace" debugging output for calls to xBestIndex. No changes to release code. (check-in: 33966bb0 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:08
Fix the SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW bug-compatibility option so that it works again. Add the SQLITE_CONFIG_ROWID_IN_VIEW sqlite3_config() value to optionally disable the bug-compatibility mode at start-time. Enable testing of SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW. (check-in: 7a3d0027 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
16:42
Do not automatically assume that ROWID is NOT NULL when compiled with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW. dbsqlfuzz 31b38eeb63a4e1562de665078f52b7b47a7543cf (check-in: b5d2dce1 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
16:33
Do not automatically assume that ROWID is NOT NULL when compiled with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW. dbsqlfuzz 31b38eeb63a4e1562de665078f52b7b47a7543cf (check-in: 80c42230 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-23
15:17
Fix an adverse interaction between CREATE TABLE AS and the new VALUES-as-coroutine optimization. dbsqlfuzz c2c5e7e08b7e489d270a26d895077a03f678c33b (check-in: 84b6fdea user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-22
10:32
Fix incorrect boundary assert()s on the new OP_IfSizeBetween opcode. (check-in: 8eda4797 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-21
22:18
Test case for the assert() problem fixed by [9ba3cff9d48fe8fc]. (check-in: 865f0de7 user: drh tags: trunk)
22:12
Fix a assert() that is incorrect, though harmless. Also add a test case. (check-in: 90537ce0 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
22:08
Fix a assert() that is incorrect, though harmless. Also add a test case. (check-in: 57b0c984 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
15:52
Add comments (only, no code) to the JS sqlite3_config() bindings reminding us why SQLITE_CONFIG_ROWID_IN_VIEW is specifically not included. JNI does not need this treatment because it explicitly supports only a very small subset of config options. (check-in: 4fea3962 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:46
Enhancements to testrunner.tcl: (1) Add the "--config CONFIGS" option, to that only configuration named on the comma-separated list CONFIGS are run. (2) Add the "--omit CONFIGS" to omit configuration on the CONFIGS list (3) Add the Android configuration to "release" (check-in: 4ccb3729 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:37
Have os_unix.c reuse cached file-descriptors in the case when a read-write fd is requested on a read-only file and a read-only fd returned. (check-in: a678e854 user: dan tags: trunk)
10:35
Fix all test cases so that they work with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW. (check-in: 66c69e2f user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-20
16:56
Change EXPLAIN QUERY PLAN output to say "USE TEMP B-TREE FOR LAST TERM OF ORDER BY", or "LAST N TERMS OF ORDER BY", instead of "RIGHT PART OF ORDER BY". (check-in: 7e13a2c7 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:29
Fix test cases for rtree and fts5. No changes to code. (check-in: 633dca90 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
16:27
Change EXPLAIN QUERY PLAN output to say "USE TEMP B-TREE FOR LAST TERM OF ORDER BY", or "LAST N TERMS OF ORDER BY", instead of "RIGHT PART OF ORDER BY". (Closed-Leaf check-in: cd547c50 user: dan tags: eqp-orderby)
16:04
Have rtree avoid keeping a blob handle open following an error. (check-in: 1303716a user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
15:26
Following a ROLLBACK that reverts changes to an RTREE, any pending queries against that same RTREE abort with code SQLITE_ABORT_ROLLBACK. dbsqlfuzz de7d17b72d0e842352c998dd86a47b7d0f707be9. (check-in: b26e5a50 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
12:19
Back port various minor patches (check-in: a1a5c427 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:36
Automatically disable the DISTINCT optimization during query planning if the ORDER BY clause exceeds 63 terms. dbsqlfuzz afd1d61fc27d14938a0d78a50970fa1e9fbfee58. (check-in: e8d5caef user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:30
Ignore COLLATE operators when determining whether the result of a subexpression should be shallow-copied or deep-copied. (check-in: dd58d117 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:25
Fix a harmless compiler warning in the randomjson.c extension. (check-in: a4c93512 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:24
If a term of an ORDER BY or GROUP BY contains an aggregate function or column, then it is not an alias that needs to be resolved, so don't try to. This fixes a harmless assertion found by dbsqlfuzz. (check-in: e7ba2af5 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:04
Fix the SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW bug-compatibility option so that it works again. Add the SQLITE_CONFIG_ROWID_IN_VIEW sqlite3_config() value to optionally disable the bug-compatibility mode at start-time. Enable testing of SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW. (check-in: acc08353 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
10:45
Fix the SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW bug-compatibility option so that it works again. Add the SQLITE_CONFIG_ROWID_IN_VIEW sqlite3_config() value to optionally disable the bug-compatibility mode at start-time. Enable testing of SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW. (check-in: b6802565 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:40
Fix a typo in a comment. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 54680d0f user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
09:45
Fix typos in the SQLITE_CONFIG_ROWID_IN_VIEW documentation. (check-in: 1ad1ca49 user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
2024-03-19
23:01
Change the SQLITE_CONFIG_NO_ROWID_IN_VIEW configuration option to be just SQLITE_CONFIG_ROWID_IN_VIEW (without the "_NO_" in the middle) and give it the ability to turn the option on and off. Otherwise, it is difficult to test. (check-in: 5d412edc user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
19:56
Return the error "ambiguous column name: rowid", instead of "no such column: rowid", when a "rowid" reference is ambiguous. (check-in: 0615bdae user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
19:48
Add the --no-rowid-in-view option to the --help output of the CLI. (check-in: 134da9c3 user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
19:42
Make sure the new u1.nRow value is copied when making a copy of a SrcItem object. This fixes a problem in [ac6f095e13e43d66] from yesterady. (check-in: 262f8f9d user: drh tags: trunk)
16:51
Update test scripts to account for [8fcea4cd]. (check-in: 0c543c51 user: dan tags: rowid-in-view)
16:34
In the name resolver when SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_INDEX is enabled, if there are multiple views that might resolve to the "rowid" but only one real table, then use that one real table and ignore the views. (check-in: 8fcea4cd user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
15:27
Update tests to work with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW. (check-in: 495b8c7b user: dan tags: rowid-in-view)
14:55
Return the error "ambiguous column name: rowid", instead of "no such column: rowid", when a "rowid" reference is ambiguous. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 021f34fc user: dan tags: ambiguous-rowid-error)
14:38
Fix the fuzzinvariants.c test module so that it does not generate invariants that depend on rowid when SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW is used, since rowid values can be unreliable in that context. (check-in: 0d711aaa user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
14:21
Improvements to the first check-in on this branch, causing less collateral damage. (check-in: 7bc88289 user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
13:55
On second thought, change SQLITE_TESTCTRL_ROWID_IN_VIEW into a start-time option SQLITE_CONFIG_NO_ROWID_IN_VIEW. (check-in: b8e045c9 user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
13:31
When compiled with SQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW, rowid-in-view is on by default but can now be turned off using SQLITE_TESTCTRL_ROWID_IN_VIEW. Without the compile-time option, rowid-in-view is always off. (check-in: 8a6196ab user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
10:58
Fix a problem involving infinities int the Kahan-Babushka-Neumaier summation algorithm. (check-in: 8af58781 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
10:46
Fix a problem involving infinities int the Kahan-Babushka-Neumaier summation algorithm. (check-in: 0984e5cd user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
10:41
Adjustments to the test cases for the previous check-in to make them cross-platform Linux/Mac/Windows. Test changes only. No change to core code. (check-in: 0dddadbd user: drh tags: trunk)
10:16
Fix another problem from [c63e26e705f5e967] involving infinities and the Kahan-Babushka-Neumaier summation algorithm. Problem reported by forum post 23b8688ef4. (check-in: 45d272ef user: drh tags: trunk)
02:30
First steps toward getting -DSQLITE_ALLOW_ROWID_IN_VIEW to work again. That compile-time option is untested, undocumented, and unsupported. But it was mentioned in the release notes for version 3.36.0, so I think that means we need to support it forever. (check-in: 7c46ff64 user: drh tags: rowid-in-view)
2024-03-18
21:08
Fix asan problems in sqlite3rbu.c. Enable RBU for sanitizer release tests. (check-in: ad2ae771 user: dan tags: trunk)
20:52
Avoid spurious SQLITE_IOERR_DATA errors when reading partial pages from a cksumvfs database using a SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ build. (check-in: 0f485dbe user: dan tags: trunk)
18:56
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: c2d4adab user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
18:55
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 10ab5e85 user: drh tags: bedrock)
18:51
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: c0af1242 user: drh tags: wal2)
18:47
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 50b43b02 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
18:03
Remove unnecessary blank lines from build commands in the default Makefile.in. (check-in: 76fb3a90 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:00
Add the "VALUES-as-coroutine" optimization. Large VALUES clauses on an INSERT, for example, prepare and run in about half the time and with half the memory. This check-in also includes enhancements to the internal sqlite3ExprIsConstant() routine to recognize pure SQL functions as constant if they have constant arguments. (check-in: a120c923 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:13
Fix harmless compiler (scan-build) warnings. (Closed-Leaf check-in: c86f9f2a user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
16:30
Allow the VALUES-as-coroutine optimization to be applied to later rows of a VALUES clause even if earlier rows do not qualify. (check-in: 9a47ea7f user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
15:10
Change a test case to use a window function rather than random() to disable the VALUES clause optimization. (check-in: c589149a user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
13:31
Add assert() statements to validate access to the SrcItem.u1.nRow union member. (check-in: 21f616d9 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
13:10
Fix the patch at [10ee6fcba08ab128] so that it works on reduced-size Expr nodes. (check-in: 260bd764 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
12:49
Improvements to EXPLAIN QUERY PLAN output for multi-row VALUES claues. (check-in: ac6f095e user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
11:12
Ensure the database schema has been loaded and the database encoding gleaned before beginning to code a multi-row VALUES clause. (check-in: 2ff476eb user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
10:54
Fix a problem caused by a non-aggregate function with an OVER clause in a multi-row VALUES clause. (check-in: 10ee6fcb user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
2024-03-17
16:01
Omit the "noop(X)" test SQL function. Accomplish the same thing using the idiom: "coalesce(X,random())". (check-in: 0eb2fbb8 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
00:13
Add an ALWAYS on an unreachable branch. (check-in: 0dce6211 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
2024-03-16
21:12
Recognize when an SQL function is constant and can occur inside an optimized VALUES clause. (check-in: c0e5ceb8 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
21:04
Fix a assert() that is incorrect, though harmless. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 9ba3cff9 user: drh tags: enhanced-expr-is-const)
20:15
Further expand the scope of usage for the enhacement to expr-is-constant. (check-in: d7eadcf7 user: drh tags: enhanced-expr-is-const)
19:48
Assert that the eCode is always non-zero upon entry into exprNodeIsConstant(). (check-in: f71b28f6 user: drh tags: enhanced-expr-is-const)
19:36
Activate the enhanced constant-expression for the [constant propagation optimization](/info/f4229707ac08d66c). (check-in: 92afea38 user: drh tags: enhanced-expr-is-const)
17:04
Extend the scope expr-is-constant for function to cover the IN-to-EQ optimization. (check-in: dae66924 user: drh tags: enhanced-expr-is-const)
14:27
Fix exprNodeIsConstantFunction() so that it returns WRC_Continue, not WRC_Abort, if the function really is constant. (check-in: d85dd4de user: dan tags: enhanced-expr-is-const)
13:18
Enhance the sqlite3ExprIsConstant() function so that it recognizes constant functions. So far the enhancement only applies to the multi-row VALUES clause, but it could possibly be applied in many other places. (check-in: c9e0488c user: drh tags: enhanced-expr-is-const)
2024-03-15
17:57
New options for testrunner.tcl: --stop-on-error and --stop-on-coredump. (check-in: 82035b9c user: drh tags: trunk)
17:04
Fix (totally harmless) memory leaks in Lemon to avoid warnings during ASAN builds. (check-in: ce009205 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:16
Tweaks to the func4.test test module (which tests the rarely used totype.c extension) so that it works on i586 compiled using gcc-13 with -O0. Details at forum post 0a7553b0f734c033. (check-in: d0fbe779 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:59
Attempt to use the Dekker high-precision floating point algorithm in the ext/misc/totype.c extension. This check-in should have been derived from trunk, not the exp-values-clause2 branch. But that's ok, because both trunk and the branch are the same in all aspects that relate to this check-in and this check-in is just parking the proposed enhancement for future consideration - it is not a serious proposal at this point. (Leaf check-in: dd41db3b user: drh tags: totype-dekker)
2024-03-14
20:39
Fix testcase to account for new behaviors with this branch. (check-in: 823e5793 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause2)
19:31
Fix a problem with ALTER TABLE and correlated multi-row VALUES clauses. (check-in: d543c829 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
19:01
Fix a problem handling "INSERT INTO ... SELECT ... UNION VALUES(...), (...)" and similar statements. (check-in: e8a2a819 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
17:04
Avoid some OP_SCopy instructions in "INSERT INTO .. VALUES" statements that insert more than one row in cases where the VALUES clause contains a value for all columns of the table. (check-in: 988f0ea7 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
13:18
JS: remove an unused function argument and some debug-related comments. No functional changes. (check-in: f1570943 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:45
Add further tests for VALUES clauses in various contexts. (check-in: 973d197d user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
2024-03-13
20:04
Change the way parse.y handles multi-row VALUES clauses to save a few cycles. (check-in: 88d5bc91 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
18:41
Remove unreachable code from this branch. (check-in: 657c7b4f user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
18:00
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 5c8e80f4 user: drh tags: bedrock)
17:55
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 2b12da72 user: drh tags: wal2)
17:51
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 238fa84a user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
17:33
Fix some OOM handling problems on this branch. (check-in: 2085c7f1 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
16:49
Do not automatically activate SQLITE_ENABLE_SHARED_SCHEMA in the Makefile. Instead, enhance the mdevtest and sdevtest targets of testrunner.tcl to set that option sometimes and sometimes not. (check-in: 693b8f93 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
16:35
Merge the testrunner.tcl enhancement from trunk. (check-in: da471515 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
16:32
Minor change to the "mdevtest" and "sdevtest" in testrunner.tcl, to make it easier to add configurations in branches. (check-in: 9349d94e user: drh tags: trunk)
15:59
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the reuse-schema branch. Fix the reuse-schema build of the CLI so that it works again. (check-in: 70ef3784 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
15:47
Merge trunk into this branch. (check-in: 38635651 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
15:44
Ensure that if a multi-row VALUES cannot be coded while being parsed, the SF_MultiValue flag is correctly set. (check-in: 94791824 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
15:34
Avoid creating a co-routine incrementally for a VALUES clause that has affinities other than NONE. (check-in: 4229b12b user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
13:43
If the NJOB environment variable is a positive integer, it causes testrunner.tcl to run that many jobs. (check-in: 924281b9 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:27
Document the testrunner.tcl --explain option in doc/testrunner.md. (check-in: 5a7b5fc9 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:09
Add the --explain option to testrunner.tcl. (check-in: f0c9eb03 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:46
Improve one of the error messages from testrunner.tcl. (check-in: 233155c1 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:29
Minor tweaks to the testrunner documentation. (check-in: 3128b98d user: drh tags: trunk)
10:55
Improvements to the "help" message generated by testrunner.tcl. Add the special "list" permutation that does nothing but list all allowed values for the PERMUTATION argument to testrunner.tcl. (check-in: 1f5bfc6a user: drh tags: trunk)
10:54
Add pointer to documentation to testrunner.tcl help message. (check-in: eff85510 user: dan tags: trunk)
10:47
Have testrunner.tcl set SQLITE_TMPDIR on windows as well. (check-in: 64f4dad1 user: dan tags: trunk)
00:37
On testrunner.tcl: (1) Add the "help" command. (2) Add the "script" command to the help message. (3) Improve the error message generated by "script" when an incorrect CONFIG option is provided. (check-in: 1b7f0be4 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-12
20:10
Correctly initialize the SrcItem.iCursor field to -1 when creating a co-routine from a multi-values VALUES clause. (check-in: c32953ff user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
18:33
Have testrunner.tcl have each test store its temp files in its working directory. To avoid unlikely, but possible, collisions. (check-in: 18842d0d user: dan tags: trunk)
18:04
Have testrunner.tcl have each test store its temp files in its working directory. To avoid unlikely, but possible, collisions. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 775a10d1 user: dan tags: testrunner-tmpdir-fix)
12:12
Merge all version-3.45.2 patches into the reuse-schema-3.45 subbranch. (check-in: 20d9618d user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.45)
12:00
Merge all 3.45.2 pages into the bedrock-3.45 subbranch. (check-in: 33b9cf7c user: drh tags: bedrock-3.45)
11:55
Merge all 3.45.2 patches into the wal2-3.45 subbranch. (check-in: 64d740c5 user: drh tags: wal2-3.45)
11:51
Merge all version 3.45.2 patches into the begin-concurrent-3.45 subbranch. (check-in: f0723258 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.45)
11:06
Version 3.45.2 (check-in: d8cd6d49 user: drh tags: release, branch-3.45, version-3.45.2)
10:47
First attempt at version 3.45.2, but failed to set the version number correctly in the source tree. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 78bed2b0 user: drh tags: mistake)
2024-03-11
23:28
Merge the latest branch-3.45 patches into the reuse-schema-3.45 subbranch. (check-in: e22e0e1e user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.45)
23:26
Merge the latest branch-3.45 changes into the bedrock-3.45 subbranch. (check-in: 516b7e13 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.45)
23:23
Merge the branch-3.45 patches into the wal2 branch. (check-in: f8cee91f user: drh tags: wal2-3.45)
23:18
Merge the latest branch-3.45 changes into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 98ea2ca2 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.45)
20:34
Fix another testrunner.tcl problem on windows. (check-in: 7805844b user: dan tags: trunk)
19:43
Fix a missing brace problem in testrunner.tcl introduced by the previous commit. (check-in: 1f5e334d user: dan tags: trunk)
19:33
Update mdevtest and sdevtest to do shell builds in parallel. And only if one or more of the tcl scripts run requires it. (check-in: 6eae4547 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:21
Run shell*.test modules with "make mdevtest". (check-in: 76c47106 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:27
Attempt to reduce the memory used by VALUES clauses in as many statements as possible, not just INSERT. This branch still has problems. (check-in: 17d1f7cf user: dan tags: exp-values-clause2)
11:26
Fix the ".import" command in the CLI so that it works correctly with tables that contain computed columns. (check-in: b26f2444 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
11:24
Fix the ".import" command in the CLI so that it works correctly with tables that contain computed columns. forum post ca014d7358. (check-in: 95a9c88b user: drh tags: trunk)
09:39
Add more docs for the OPFS delete-before-open feature. (check-in: cb8d9c26 user: stephan tags: trunk)
09:34
Add delete-before-open=1 URI flag to the 'opfs' VFS to tell it to xDelete the db file before opening it, primarily to enable users to work around a corrupt db without having to reach into OPFS-specific APIs to remove the db file. (check-in: e87cf0d7 user: stephan tags: trunk)
09:32
Add delete-before-open=1 URI flag to the 'opfs' VFS to tell it to xDelete the db file before opening it, primarily to enable users to work around a corrupt db without having to reach into OPFS-specific APIs to remove the db file. (Closed-Leaf check-in: e83f9788 user: stephan tags: opfs-delete-before-open)
2024-03-09
18:41
Fix the .expert command in the shell so that it does not leak memory if not followed by SQL and so that it works with reverse_unordered_selects. (check-in: 7ead022e user: drh tags: trunk)
13:31
Fuzzcheck is run automatically by testrunner.tcl, so there is no need to include fuzzcheck as a separate dependency for the releasetest target in the MSVC makefile. (check-in: 76629b2b user: drh tags: trunk)
13:17
Reenable the use of SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE by fixing a misplaced #endif caused by the merge at [c080560c2d0d753c]. (check-in: 71120ea8 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
13:10
Fix the rtreeJ.test module to align it with [cd017c28d516399e]. (check-in: 111b3d82 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
12:30
Handle an OOM case in fts5 code to query tokendata=1 tables. (check-in: ebf59fa3 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
00:38
The NOT NULL strength reduction optimization should be applied to the WHERE clause only. (check-in: be266c71 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
2024-03-08
21:37
The NOT NULL strength reduction optimization from [de9c86c9e4cdb34f] should be applied to the WHERE clause only. Otherwise, the operand of the IS NULL or IS NOT NULL operator might be a reference to a bare column of an aggregate table, and we can't tell if it is NULL or not based only on its NOT NULL attribute. Forum post 440f2a2f17. (check-in: 51704fea user: drh tags: trunk)
19:03
One of the assert()s added by the previous check-in was not quite correct. This commit fixes it. (check-in: d4013583 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:39
Add new assert() statements, which if they had existed three years ago, would have detected the code generator problem fixed by the previous check-in. (check-in: 166d1e5d user: drh tags: trunk)
14:16
Silently ignore redundant ON CONFLICT clauses in an UPSERT. (check-in: e546d8c6 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
14:11
Silently ignore redundant ON CONFLICT clauses in an UPSERT. (check-in: 46245855 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
14:01
Silently ignore redundant ON CONFLICT clauses in an UPSERT. Only the first ON CONFLICT for each index is active. Do not issue an error, since that might break legacy queries. But ignore the redundant ON CONFLICT clauses to prevent problems such as described in forum post 919c6579c8. (check-in: d0ea6b6b user: drh tags: trunk)
13:49
Omit some extra tests for the intck extension in OMIT_VIRTUAL_TABLE or OMIT_PRAGMA builds. (check-in: 29d9eb7d user: dan tags: trunk)
11:13
Fix pragma6.test so that it works with ENABLE_OVERSIZE_CELL_CHECK builds. (check-in: a02551de user: dan tags: trunk)
11:08
Do not run tests for the intck extension in OMIT_VIRTUAL_TABLE or OMIT_PRAGMA builds. (check-in: de8130c0 user: dan tags: trunk)
03:24
Must use sqlite3IntFloatCompare() for accurate comparisons between very large integer and floating point values in RTREE. Otherwise the comparison does not work on all platforms. Further fix to [027e5336acc26f57]. (check-in: 820f106a user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-07
19:29
Introducing JS worker1 promiser v2, which initializes via Promise (instead of a callback function) and can be loaded as an ESM module. (check-in: 2fbaf2f5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
18:53
Resolve duplicate loading of promiser v2 demo code (a side effect of having done precisely what it was told to do). Consolidate demo-worker1-promiser(-esm).html/(m)js variants into central copies processed with c-pp. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 9347d9b9 user: stephan tags: wasm-promiser1-v2)
18:47
Improved error handling. (Leaf check-in: cf2d1ad0 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause)
17:56
wasm promiser.v2 is essentially working but the demo code is double-loading the module for as-yet-undetermined reasons. (check-in: aa877ce0 user: stephan tags: wasm-promiser1-v2)
17:11
Simplify the parser changes on this branch. (check-in: 89a6c7b5 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
16:25
Merge all the latest trunk enhancements into the exp-values-clause branch. (check-in: c4923f26 user: drh tags: exp-values-clause)
16:04
Initial work at getting sqlite3Worker1Promiser.v2() to return a Promise instead of using an onready() callback, and also creating an ESM build for promiser1 per user request. It seems to work but requires more testing. (check-in: 0e272123 user: stephan tags: wasm-promiser1-v2)
15:58
Fix harmless compiler warnings in test code for the intck extension. (check-in: 7fbdc1a8 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:44
Add further tests for the code on this branch. (check-in: 5d8065e8 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
12:34
Do not allow the query planner to be tricked into thinking that an index on a constant expression might be useful for something. Problem reported on forum post ecdfc02339. This is a follow-up to the fixes at [44200596aa943963] and [2d2b91cc0f6fed8c]. (check-in: 720ce06d user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-06
21:53
Fix a memory leak in new memdb1.test test cases that were added by [e638d5e408ea2e18]. No changes to SQLite itself. (check-in: f0a49dc8 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
21:22
Fix harmless compiler warning seen with MSVC. (check-in: 5aa809bc user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
21:08
Fix harmless compiler warnings seen with MSVC. (check-in: c0f61524 user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
21:06
Fix a minor test file locking issue on Windows. (check-in: a4475280 user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
21:00
Work around obscure floating point issue seen with older versions of MSVC. (check-in: 6055715f user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:59
Fix two -Werror=lto-type-mismatch warnings reported in forum post ef62b57bd5. (check-in: d4e423f3 user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:58
The quote() SQL function should convert +Inf into 9.0e+999 and -Inf into -9.0e+999. See forum post 6675b25108. (check-in: 07a9ef88 user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:58
Make sure key comprisons are done correctly if the index key contains NaN values that have not been shifted into NULLs. That can only happen due to database corruption, but we need to deal with it nevertheless. (check-in: 7ed922d9 user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:56
When inserting a 3-byte cell into a btree, ensure that the extra padding byte is 0x00. This is not necessary for security, as far as I can tell, but it seems like a reasonable precaution. (check-in: f3e84187 user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:55
Rig sqlite3_serialize() so that it will initialize a previously uninitialized database prior to serializing it, so that it does not have a zero-byte size and does not return NULL (except for OOM). Forum thread 498777780e16880a. (check-in: 22a33f13 user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:54
When doing a text-affinity comparison between two values where one or both have both a text and a numeric type, make sure the numeric type does not confuse the answer. This is a deeper fix to the problem observed by forum post 3776b48e71. The problem bisects to [25f2246be404f38b] on 2014-08-24, prior to version 3.8.7. (check-in: 6d385ccd user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:52
Ensure that the replace() SQL function always returns a TEXT value even when its first argument is numeric and its second argument is an empty string. Fix for the issue reported by forum post 3776b48e71. (check-in: a7c98c8f user: mistachkin tags: branch-3.45)
20:49
Add the json_pretty() SQL function. (check-in: ceb51c1c user: drh tags: trunk)
20:38
Add test cases for json_pretty(). (Closed-Leaf check-in: 6448b907 user: drh tags: json-pretty)
20:34
Avoid making too many calls to sqlite3Select/sqlite3WhereBegin() when processing large VALUES clauses. (check-in: 356158c1 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
20:24
Work around obscure floating point issue seen with older versions of MSVC. (check-in: 42d39f91 user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
14:55
Handle VALUES clauses having different number of values in different rows. Also the case where SQLITE_LIMIT_COMPOUND_SELECT is set to 0. (check-in: f5074b29 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
14:42
Add a couple of json_pretty() examples to /fiddle. (check-in: d5e1687b user: stephan tags: json-pretty)
14:30
Add the json_pretty(J) function for pretty-printing of JSON. An optional 2nd argument is text used for indentation, with a default value being four spaces. (check-in: 39552bd3 user: drh tags: json-pretty)
12:28
Correction to the previous check-in. (check-in: 483fa296 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:35
Fix handling of "id=?" corner cases in rtree when the value on the RHS is a real value. Problem reported by forum post 1bb055be17. (check-in: 027e5336 user: dan tags: trunk)
08:45
Wasm build tweaks to attempt to get the node.js-for-node.js build to use Emscripten's nodefs filesystem driver for persistent storage. This is completely untested - validating it requires a nodeist. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 0bcbde7c user: stephan tags: wasm-nodefs)
2024-03-05
20:33
Add comments for the new code on this branch. (check-in: 551caba9 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
18:41
Remove code that added a P4 parameter to the OP_Variable opcode. This is no longer required. (check-in: dd5977c9 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:03
Merge trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: a003fffa user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
17:48
Fix a problem with large values clauses and named variables. (check-in: 4784a92e user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
17:39
Reformulate [34439fe3aeea7cbb] slightly to resolve a false-positive OOM reported in forum post 2eadfe94e3. (check-in: 320ccb5d user: stephan tags: branch-3.45)
17:33
Reformulate [34439fe3aeea7cbb] slightly to resolve a false-positive OOM reported in forum post 2eadfe94e3. (check-in: 82906467 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:23
Simplify changes on this branch by avoiding any special handling until SQLITE_LIMIT_COMPOUND_SELECT rows are reached. (check-in: 9cbceaac user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
16:59
The value returned by the json_each.json field needs to survive longer than the json_each virtual table itself, in the event that the value is used in an aggregate expression. dbsqlfuzz 5120bd0b3bb0b73eebbcb79ac37c6b0663fccad6 (check-in: 040946b3 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
16:47
The value returned by the json_each.json field needs to survive longer than the json_each virtual table itself, in the event that the value is used in an aggregate expression. dbsqlfuzz 5120bd0b3bb0b73eebbcb79ac37c6b0663fccad6 (check-in: 952ed71b user: drh tags: trunk)
12:48
/fiddle: reorder/replace example entries to make them more coherent when tried in order and clear the example selection list when the input area is cleared, both based on forum feedback. (check-in: b4ce270b user: stephan tags: trunk)
08:48
/fiddle 'Mandlebrot' typo fix reported in the forum. (check-in: ceefe6ba user: stephan tags: trunk)
07:55
Update fiddle.make to account for Makefile changes in [178b7d46f9]. (check-in: 7a5d8105 user: stephan tags: trunk)
06:31
/fiddle: before resetting a db, roll back any transactions (resolves problem reported in forum post 0b41a25d65) and remove an obsolete/broken reference to a long-gone API which could cause initialization to fail prematurely. (check-in: ee164ca7 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-03-04
18:50
Fix some problems with "VALUES(...) UNION ..." and similar on this branch. (check-in: 5d679771 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
18:22
Fix a compiler warning in date.c. Update makefiles to include all necessary dependencies for building shell.c. (check-in: 178b7d46 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:02
The ability to DROP multiple tables (or views or indexes or triggers) at once, as implemented by this branch, appears to work. However, this branch adds over 1000 bytes to the code footprint. And the changes is significant, adding risk. The benefit of being able to drop multiple tables in a single statement is not seen to be enough to overcome those downsides, and so there are no immediate plans to merge this branch. (Leaf check-in: 1a49788a user: drh tags: multi-drop)
16:44
Change test results in corruptC.test to account for the added detail in the output of "PRAGMA integrity_check" from [b736519d3d2e93c7]. (check-in: 0d19eeaa user: drh tags: trunk)
16:18
Fix harmless compiler warnings in the increment integrity_check extension. (check-in: 596668e6 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:58
Adjust date/time functions so that they do a better job of keeping track of whether the current time is UTC or localtime, and no-op the 'utc' and 'localtime' modifiers accordingly. See forum post e7a939e074. Also add the datedebug() function, available only under -DSQLITE_DEBUG, for improved visibility of the DateTime object during debugging and testing. (check-in: dc569683 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:12
Fix assert() statements in date/time computations: The month and day numbers can be zero if an error has been seen. (check-in: fc773f6c user: drh tags: trunk)
09:56
Document why the wasm build does not use Emscripten's -sSTRICT=1 flag and account for a behaviour change in emsdk 3.1.55 regarding the HEAPxyz symbols. (check-in: f6e88720 user: stephan tags: trunk)
09:23
When warning about multiple invocations of JS's sqlite3ApiBootstrap(), use the warning logger installed by the first invocation, rather than console.warn. (check-in: d162af2d user: stephan tags: trunk)
06:54
After wasm bootstrapping has read the optional global-scope config objects, delete those objects because any further changes would not have any useful effect. Expand the docs regarding the sqlite3ApiBootstrap() config object and explain the necessary evil of a separate global-scope object for that configuration. (check-in: e6b14f73 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-03-03
20:15
Back out the previous change. Replace it with new date modifiers "ceiling" and "floor". (check-in: f0831cce user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-03-02
21:02
New date/time modifiers "mnth" and "yr" work like "month" and "year" but resolve day-of-month overflow by truncating rather than rolling over into the next month. Forum thread 232d1abb5d (check-in: 5d392c16 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:50
Change the magic time-interval names that do truncate-to-same-month to be "mnth" and "yr" - "month" and "year" without the vowels. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 296b46c5 user: drh tags: month-truncate)
20:39
Attempt to use less memory when handling a large VALUES clause attached to an INSERT statement. This branch is buggy. (check-in: 6d4f1ae2 user: dan tags: exp-values-clause)
13:38
Proof-of-concept for new time-interval operator "pg-month" and "pg-year" that use the truncate-to-month algorithm for month overflow instead of the wrap-to-next-month algorithm that is used by SQLite by default. (check-in: b606c096 user: drh tags: month-truncate)
12:17
Remove an unused line of code. (check-in: 26272590 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
11:02
Simplifications to multi-DROP logic. (check-in: e70d6be7 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
00:29
Improved rebustness against OOM and corruption. (check-in: 3992f450 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
2024-03-01
22:42
When doing DROP TABLE or DROP INDEX, use a heap to ensure that the various btrees are dropped in the right order for autovacuum. (check-in: e5bf9556 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
19:08
RTREE uses multi-DROP to erase shadow tables. (check-in: cf8a58d6 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
18:05
Omit unreachable branches in the parser. (check-in: 90de1f73 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
15:56
Fix harmless compiler warning. (check-in: 33d3bb84 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
14:47
Improved handling of foreign-key constraints on a multi-drop of tables. (check-in: 144e332f user: drh tags: multi-drop)
12:21
When doing a multi-drop, delete btrees beginning with the largest root page first and working toward smaller root pages, to avoid problems with root page renumbering due to autovacuum. (check-in: 37d4c5e2 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
2024-02-29
19:40
Attempt to fix multi-object DROP. Working better, but still not perfect. (check-in: 02f9fc73 user: drh tags: multi-drop)
13:44
Add the ability to DROP one or more objects of the same class in a single statement by listing the objects as multiple arguments to the DROP command. (check-in: 2266086c user: drh tags: multi-drop)
10:55
Fix two -Werror=lto-type-mismatch warnings reported in forum post ef62b57bd5. (check-in: 803481f2 user: stephan tags: trunk)
03:45
Fix two -Werror=lto-type-mismatch warnings reported in forum post ef62b57bd5. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 29f94610 user: stephan tags: lto-type-mismatch)
2024-02-28
19:44
Put NEVER() on a branch in STAT4 that appears to be unreachable. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 0ca35e92 user: drh tags: mistake)
15:32
Add in a VdbeCoverage() macro needed by STAT4 that should have been part of check-in [63ef234e88857a65]. (check-in: d51c699a user: drh tags: trunk)
01:12
Always convert 32-bit integer literals into EP_IntValue notation, even if they contain "_" separators. (check-in: 2dfc427f user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-27
20:19
Fix an eputf() macro without its argument in the CLI. (check-in: c2f5e257 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:57
Add an assert() to help scan-build recognize that a variable is initialized. (check-in: 10d26f1e user: drh tags: trunk)
16:36
Adjust a VdbeCoverage() macro in PRAGMA integrity_check to account for the fact that arguments to the OP_Eq opcode used are never NULL. (check-in: 759ccea3 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:25
Adjust a VdbeCoverage() macro in PRAGMA integrity_check to account for the fact that arguments to the OP_Eq opcode used are never NULL. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 8c788fc4 user: drh tags: wrong-branch)
15:56
Fix typo in the help text of the CLI - a typo that prevented the display of help for the ".imposter" command. Turns out the comma is deliberate. The ".imposter" command is deliberately undocumented to avoid confusing non-devs. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 0d9a2596 user: drh tags: mistake)
15:33
Remove unreachable branches from the PRAGMA integrity_check enhancement of [b736519d3d2e93c7]. (check-in: 6d02fb23 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:31
Ensure memory cells are properly freed before they are overwritten by OP_IntegrityCk. (check-in: e50acaf9 user: dan tags: trunk)
11:03
Have "PRAGMA quick_check" compare the number of entries in tables and indexes. (check-in: b736519d user: dan tags: trunk)
11:02
Extend sqlite3.c makefile rule to support EXTRA_SRC=list-of-c-files to append to the generated sqlite3.c, as discussed in/around forum post ccda88cf6f1754c5. (check-in: 61676f1e user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:52
Allow "_" characters to appear between any two digits in an integer, real or hexadecimal SQL literal. (check-in: 0e6700f4 user: dan tags: trunk)
00:58
Bring the extra-src branch up to date with the trunk. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 12ff5c5c user: stephan tags: extra-src)
2024-02-26
22:28
The quote() SQL function should convert +Inf into 9.0e+999 and -Inf into -9.0e+999. See forum post 6675b25108. (check-in: 85dd79a6 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:27
When inserting a 3-byte cell into a btree, ensure that the extra padding byte is 0x00. This is not necessary for security, as far as I can tell, but it seems like a reasonable precaution. (check-in: 5766f127 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:16
Add the intck extension. For performing incremental integrity-check on a database. (check-in: 141d8bb0 user: dan tags: trunk)
11:51
Fix header comments on test scripts. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 9fe9670c user: drh tags: incr-integrity-check)
11:43
Remove a local variable from sqlite3IntFloatCompare() that was being optimized out anyhow, in order to get back to 100% MC/DC. (check-in: 52b13d6a user: drh tags: trunk)
10:56
Merge latest trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: b6371ff9 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
2024-02-25
21:30
Make sure key comprisons are done correctly if the index key contains NaN values that have not been shifted into NULLs. That can only happen due to database corruption, but we need to deal with it nevertheless. (check-in: 7e4c743f user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-24
19:58
Add two GIFs that contain the feather logo. (check-in: 5f21e6a8 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:26
Add further tests for the intck module. (check-in: c253e276 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
2024-02-23
20:51
Add tests for the new code on this branch. (check-in: 351d46b2 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
18:21
Add the ".intck ?STEPS_PER_UNLOCK?" command to the shell tool. (check-in: cfd05183 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
18:02
Typo fixes reported in the forum. No code changes. (check-in: 67d8bae0 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:10
Fix detection of surplus index entries when all indexed fields are NULL. (check-in: 5f310fb7 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
15:13
Fix problems with resuming integrity-check operations on indexes with mixed ASC and DESC columns, and on indexes that contain NULL values. (check-in: 0f68b35a user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
2024-02-22
18:15
Fix harmless compiler warning seen with MSVC. (check-in: e5db0899 user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
00:50
Fix debugging code so that it compiles on MSVC. (check-in: ce5df19d user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-21
20:58
Fix various issues in sqlite3intck.c. (check-in: 8a7bfa74 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
20:21
Fix typo in comment. Fossil forum post cc20266bf2. (check-in: 7e3c46ee user: drh tags: trunk)
19:31
Simplify the way the restart key is saved internally by the intck extension. (check-in: 0e39962b user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
19:17
Add documentation to ext/intck/sqlite3intck.h. (check-in: 4cc19bd7 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
16:15
Ensure intck tests are run by testrunner.tcl. (check-in: 11d6816c user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
16:12
Merge trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: 63e8846a user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
2024-02-20
20:18
Have the intck extension better handle corruption at the b-tree layer. (check-in: ecd775d1 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
18:17
Use fewer cycles to generate the "next key" value used by sqlite3_intck_suspend() function in the intck extension. (check-in: 95f01426 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
16:04
Consider using "=" and IS operators with even low-quality indexes in cases where they are selected explicitly using an INDEXED BY clause. (check-in: 43cbbea8 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
15:38
Fixes to comments associated with the recent PRAGMA optimize enhancements. No changes to code. (check-in: 27a2113d user: drh tags: trunk)
13:11
Remove an unreachable branch from printf(). Change it into an assert(). (check-in: 4c9886b6 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:10
Remove an unused variable from the merge in the previous check-in. (check-in: 5c26bf37 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:48
Enhancements to PRAGMA optimize and ANALYZE. Add the 0x10000 flag to PRAGMA optimize. ANALYZE now records zero-size partial indexes in the sqlite_stat1 table. PRAGMA optimize looks for both growth and shrinkage in table sizes, and uses tighter bounds (10x rather than 25x) to trigger a re-analyze. PRAGMA optimize automatically uses are reasonable analysis_limit to prevent excessive runtimes. (check-in: 63ef234e user: drh tags: trunk)
12:14
Another simplification of the PRAGMA optimize logic for improved coverage. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 6c5a0c85 user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
2024-02-19
23:58
Minor fixes. (check-in: ed5afebc user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
20:47
Fix a minor hiccup in the computation of the number of btrees to be scanned. (check-in: 91302d9b user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
20:15
Use more efficient SQL to verify that indexes contain entries that match their tables. (check-in: c01e008c user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
20:12
If there is no mention of a table in sqlite_stat1, use OP_Rewind to see if the table is empty prior to invoking ANALYZE. (check-in: 0cc93b19 user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
19:56
In PRAGMA optimize, scale back the analysis_limit when many different tables and indexes must be scanned. (check-in: 63661535 user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
18:55
Merge trunk fixes into the better-pragma-optimize branch. (check-in: 2cf78a5b user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
18:03
Add implementation of sqlite3_intck_suspend(). (check-in: c36ada86 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
16:22
If a table has one or more rows and it has a partial index has zero rows, still make an entry in the sqlite_stat1 table for the partial index, so that we know that "PRAGMA optimize" does not need to redo the whole table. (check-in: e147b189 user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
13:50
Simplifications to PRAGMA optimize to make it easier to use. It always tries to ANALYZE unanalyzed indexes. The 0x10000 flag just makes it check for size changes in all tables. (check-in: 44ed7f4c user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
13:06
Change the 0x20000 bit (use analysis limit) to 0x10, meaning that this feature is on by default. The default analysis limit is changed to 2000 which is almost always sufficient for accurate analysis results. (check-in: 4abd47b5 user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
12:20
Extend the strerror_r() result type discrepancy check in os_unix.c to include the Android NDK, as reported in forum post 3f13857fa4062301. The NDK's strerror_r() signature is version-dependent, whereas this change assumes int return (POSIX semantic) across all versions. (check-in: f18b2524 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-02-18
01:12
Hold a transaction during PRAGMA optimize, for performance. (check-in: d13b79ea user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
2024-02-17
20:55
Add start of extension for incremental integrity-checks to ext/intck/. (check-in: 444e3c92 user: dan tags: incr-integrity-check)
16:39
Add new MASK bits to PRAGMA optimize: 0x70000. (check-in: dd449706 user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
03:36
Fix rounding in zero-precision %f and %g printf conversions. (check-in: 1ebea57f user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
03:32
Fix rounding in zero-precision %f and %g printf conversions. Forum post 393708f4a8. This bug was introduced by check-in [32befb224b254639] and first appeared in version 3.43.0. (check-in: 7fca1bc4 user: drh tags: trunk)
01:12
The PRAGMA optimize command invokes ANALYZE if a table shrinks by 25 times in addition to if it grows by 25 times. (check-in: 40532ffb user: drh tags: better-pragma-optimize)
2024-02-16
21:34
Fix the subtype on the value column from json_each/json_tree for cases when the value is an array or object. (check-in: b278ae39 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
21:30
Fix the subtype on the value column from json_each/json_tree for cases when the value is an array or object. Fix for the bug reported by forum post ecb94cd210. (check-in: 1c33c5db user: drh tags: trunk)
18:34
Retweak last check-in to retain compile-time checking of xprintf() arguments. (check-in: 67017491 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
16:04
Work around a __VA_ARGS__ complaint in fiddle builds. (check-in: 7d750248 user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:57
Rename the TF_StatsUsed flag to TF_MaybeReanalyze, to more accurately reflect its usage. No logic changes. (check-in: b4790da5 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:41
Handle an OOM case in fts5 code to query tokendata=1 tables. (check-in: 01222d96 user: dan tags: trunk)
11:05
Fix a problem with the sqlite3_log() message identifying the table or index that a conflicting page belongs to. (check-in: 11a4178f user: dan tags: bedrock)
11:03
Fix a problem with the sqlite3_log() message identifying the table or index that a conflicting page belongs to. (check-in: d6c629f1 user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
2024-02-13
18:44
Fix a bug in PRAGMA integrity_check introduced by enhancement (8a) in release 3.42.0. (check-in: 60dccb23 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
18:41
Fix a bug in PRAGMA integrity_check introduced by enhancement (8a) in release 3.42.0 and first reported by forum post ee4f6fa5ab. (check-in: 460353df user: drh tags: trunk)
17:11
Changes to vtabCallConstructor() to avoid a harmless static analyzer warning and to help prove that the UAF reported by forum post cafbe582e8 is a false-positive. (check-in: 4892440b user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-12
19:12
Replace the assert() that was removed by [f023cb541b5dd72c] because [1cd5d4623f44af25] made it true again. (check-in: 189a49f1 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:01
Have rtree avoid keeping a blob handle open following an error. (check-in: 26978f34 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
16:12
Have rtree avoid keeping a blob handle open following an error. (check-in: 1cd5d462 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:44
Add a new sqlite3FaultSim() to btree for better fault analysis. (check-in: 2c675bd3 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:51
Add a new sqlite3FaultSim() call in the btree logic, for testing. (Closed-Leaf check-in: e0558f79 user: drh tags: new-btree-faultsim)
13:28
Add support for the ".testctrl fault_install" dot-command in the CLI when launched with the --unsafe-testing option. (check-in: 5ba7fee1 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-11
23:25
Cherrypick multiple fixes for trifling faults from trunk, so that all 834 dbsqlfuzz run clean with ASAN on branch-3.45. dbsqlfuzz. (check-in: c080560c user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
22:56
In the RTREE extension, allow the xBeginTransaction() entry point to be invoked multiple times without intervening calls to xEndTransaction(). (check-in: f023cb54 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:53
If a term of an ORDER BY or GROUP BY contains an aggregate function or column, then it is not an alias that needs to be resolved, so don't try to. This fixes a harmless assertion found by dbsqlfuzz. This yet another problem that orginated at check-in [6e6b3729e0549de0]. (check-in: d4ec2a5d user: drh tags: trunk)
18:53
Improved AggInfo tracing in debug builds. No changes to deliverable code. (check-in: bb31f9c4 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-10
03:12
Further clarify sqlite3_exec() callback parameter lifetime. (check-in: 044ce823 user: larrybr tags: branch-3.45)
03:11
Further clarify sqlite3_exec() callback parameter lifetime. (check-in: 993a1a84 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
2024-02-08
01:23
Mention limited lifetime of string arrays passed to sqlite3_exec() callback. (check-in: d14a9d81 user: larrybr tags: branch-3.45)
01:19
Mention limited lifetime of string arrays passed to sqlite3_exec() callback. (check-in: 717f67f3 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
2024-02-07
20:45
Fix an #endif (added in the wrong place by [8f4b1ceafe4a271b]) so that the build works with SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUAL_TABLE. (check-in: 7070924e user: drh tags: trunk)
19:52
Bring test cases into alignment with the latest enhancements. (check-in: cd017c28 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:17
Turns out the branch is reachable, so back out the NEVER(). (check-in: 0af36a32 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:09
Checked into the wrong branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 81bd7aee user: drh tags: mistake)
14:16
Detect and respond to an OOM on the jsonStringTerminate() call of jsonReturnStringAsBlob() routine. (check-in: 77431aca user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
14:05
Detect and respond to an OOM on the jsonStringTerminate() call of jsonReturnStringAsBlob() routine. (check-in: 881f814c user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-06
18:33
Slight change to OOM handling in JSON to catch a corner case found by dbsqlfuzz. (check-in: 6a2b3266 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:36
Return SQLITE_ABORT if the underlying shadow tables change in the middle of an rtree query in such a way as to invalidate an rtree internal priority queue entry. This replaces the SQLITE_ABORT_ROLLBACK mechanism added in [97cffff331b]. (check-in: 061af0d7 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
08:59
Correct docs about the first OFPS VFS's importDb() method being synchronous (it's not, whereas the second VFS's importDb() is). (check-in: ae7505fa user: stephan tags: trunk)
08:25
Make explicit that using the importDb() methods of the OPFS VFSes has undefined results if the being-imported db is currently open. Doc changes only. (check-in: f28b9924 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-02-05
17:54
Return SQLITE_ABORT if the underlying shadow tables change in the middle of an rtree query in such a way as to invalidate an rtree internal priority queue entry. This replaces the SQLITE_ABORT_ROLLBACK mechanism added in [af5c4251]. (check-in: 32f85a5c user: dan tags: trunk)
17:35
Return SQLITE_ABORT if the underlying shadow tables change in the middle of an rtree query in such a way as to invalidate an rtree internal priority queue entry. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 478280ef user: dan tags: rtree-fix)
03:56
Extend [d294a23ed6d] to apply to all wasm speedtest1 builds. (check-in: 26f848e5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
03:37
wasm: pass the promiser function to the promiser onready() callback to simplify access to it in certain usage patterns. (check-in: f8a8b9ee user: stephan tags: trunk)
02:36
wasm: squelch a new (and, in our case, invalid) warning from emcc 3.1.52. (check-in: d294a23e user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-02-04
04:18
Fix a minor test file locking issue on Windows. (check-in: 6cd70b71 user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
04:01
Fix harmless compiler warnings seen with MSVC. (check-in: e52c8742 user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
2024-02-03
19:41
Following a ROLLBACK that reverts changes to an RTREE, any pending queries against that same RTREE abort with code SQLITE_ABORT_ROLLBACK. (check-in: 97cffff3 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
19:19
Following a ROLLBACK that reverts changes to an RTREE, any pending queries against that same RTREE abort with code SQLITE_ABORT_ROLLBACK. dbsqlfuzz de7d17b72d0e842352c998dd86a47b7d0f707be9. (check-in: af5c4251 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-02-02
18:42
More extensive use of SQLITE_CORRUPT_PGNO. (check-in: 3838332c user: drh tags: trunk)
16:51
Have "PRAGMA quick_check" compare the number of entries in tables and indexes. (Closed-Leaf check-in: cc294c04 user: dan tags: quick-check-counts)
11:37
Fix typo in vdbe.c comment. No changes to code. (check-in: 62010ba4 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-02-01
15:42
Ensure the fts5 xIntegrity method correctly returns error codes unrelated to corruption or missing SQL elements. (check-in: d18d9a05 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:21
Ensure the fts3 xIntegrity method correctly returns error codes unrelated to corruption or missing SQL elements. (check-in: 1bdb8cba user: dan tags: trunk)
14:57
In PRAGMA integrity_check, defer running xIntegrity on virtual tables until after all ordinary tables have been checked. (check-in: 8f4b1cea user: drh tags: trunk)
14:17
Add tracing logic to the shared-cache locks in btree.c. The tracing is off by default. Enable by changing a single "#if 0" into "#if 1" and recompiling. Debugging code only - no changes to release builds. (check-in: f2b943f9 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:38
Add the test_oom_breakpoint() routine on debug builds, to serve as a convenient breakpoint to intercept OOM conditions. (check-in: e45df7dc user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-31
20:11
Replace an conditional assignment that was made obsolete by [d4c193f0b49f4950] with an assert(). The conditional was added by [d6fd512f50513ab7] as a fix for tickets [c36cdb4afd504dc1], [4051a7f931d9ba24], and [d6fd512f50513ab7] which means now [d4c193f0b49f4950] is the correct fix for those tickets. that check-in (check-in: 44b5524d user: drh tags: trunk)
15:29
Allow control characters in JSON5 string literals. Forum thread 05182119f69c3a92. (check-in: 380f09c1 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:20
Add NEVER() and ALWAYS() macros for the JSON5-control-character change. Also fix an incorrect comparison used to determine if a buffer needed to be resized. (Closed-Leaf check-in: e3c0c0e6 user: drh tags: json5-ctrl-char)
14:44
Fix failure to detect unterminated string literals in json_valid() in the previous check-in. (check-in: 5d725644 user: drh tags: json5-ctrl-char)
13:46
Allow control characters in JSON5 string literals. (check-in: 34709c7c user: drh tags: json5-ctrl-char)
12:15
Fix a memory allocation bug in the (debug-use-only) json_parse() SQL function. (check-in: 32ce7dac user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-30
17:02
Merge the 3.45.1 patches into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: f98a99fc user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.45)
16:56
Merge the 3.45.1 patch release changes into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 5955853a user: drh tags: bedrock-3.45)
16:53
Merge the changes from the 3.45.1 patch release into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 5e980265 user: drh tags: wal2-3.45)
16:50
Merge the 3.45.1 patch release into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: d1f20a47 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.45)
16:01
Version 3.45.1 (check-in: e876e51a user: drh tags: release, branch-3.45, version-3.45.1)
2024-01-29
21:29
Detect malformed nested JSONB earlier and stop rendering to avoid long delays. (check-in: ab40e282 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
21:09
Detect malformed nested JSONB earlier and stop rendering to avoid long delays. (check-in: 72f3e1d0 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:36
When generated text JSON from JSONB, do not continue descending into nested structures after an error is seen. This avoids long loops and wait times. (check-in: 97666ec0 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:30
Consider an index for queries like "SELECT count(DISTINCT col) FROM ...", even if the index records are not smaller than the table records. (check-in: ad068688 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:49
Avoid a potential buffer overread when handling corrupt json blobs. (check-in: ac402cc5 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
15:30
Avoid a potential buffer overread when handling corrupt json blobs. (check-in: 738473dc user: dan tags: trunk)
12:58
When rendering JSONB back into text JSON, report an error if a zero-length integer or floating-point node is encountered. Otherwise, if the node occurs at the very end of the JSONB, the rendering logic might read one byte past the end of the initialized part of the BLOB byte array. OSSFuzz 66284. (check-in: 3ab08ac7 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
12:50
When rendering JSONB back into text JSON, report an error if a zero-length integer or floating-point node is encountered. Otherwise, if the node occurs at the very end of the JSONB, the rendering logic might read one byte past the end of the initialized part of the BLOB byte array. OSSFuzz 66284. (check-in: b0eb279e user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-28
20:42
Use __ppc__ instead of __POWERPC__ to identify 32-bit PowerPC processors. Forum post 34794846ce. (check-in: c974d931 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:44
Automatically disable the DISTINCT optimization during query planning if the ORDER BY clause exceeds 63 terms. (check-in: 6edbdcc0 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
17:39
Automatically disable the DISTINCT optimization during query planning if the ORDER BY clause exceeds 63 terms. dbsqlfuzz afd1d61fc27d14938a0d78a50970fa1e9fbfee58. (check-in: d4c193f0 user: drh tags: trunk)
00:35
Apply the same fix found in [99057383acc8f920] to descending scans. (check-in: 593d6a1c user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
00:31
Apply the same fix found in [99057383acc8f920] to descending scans. dbsqlfuzz afd1d61fc27d14938a0d78a50970fa1e9fbfee5. (check-in: e1d463c2 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-27
20:17
Improvements to parser stack overflow testing. Forum post 99e181b5bf. (check-in: 556c43a9 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:47
Performance enhancements to the parser template. (check-in: 2db8b30a user: drh tags: trunk)
12:25
Use an alternative memory allocator for parser stack space that includes a call to sqlite3FaultSim() to facilitate testing. (check-in: 7c36d560 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:35
Allocate new parser stack space from the heap if needed, eliminating the possibility of a "parser stack overflow" error as long as heap memory is available. (check-in: d87a2054 user: drh tags: trunk)
02:21
Optimizations to ParseFinalize() to make up for the extra cleanup associated with the allocated parser stack. This branch now runs faster than trunk and is less than 300 bytes larger. (Closed-Leaf check-in: f7290db6 user: drh tags: growable-parser-stack)
01:35
Omit the "parser stack overflow" error message, since it no longer occurs. Replace it with an ordinary "out of memory". (check-in: 33f17ec2 user: drh tags: growable-parser-stack)
2024-01-26
20:57
Bug fixes in the function that expands the parser stack. (check-in: e91179fe user: drh tags: growable-parser-stack)
20:34
Experimental changes that prevent parser stack overflows by growing the parser stack with heap memory when it reaches its limit. (check-in: 3fd06290 user: drh tags: growable-parser-stack)
2024-01-24
21:08
Add NEVER() to a branch that is no longer reachable. (check-in: 9411337a user: drh tags: trunk)
19:54
Update ext/wasm/SQLTester for recent internal-API reorgs. (check-in: 996cfdf9 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-01-23
21:10
Slight adjustment to test results for Windows in mmap1.test due to the previous check-in. (check-in: a8043eae user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
21:10
Slight adjustment to test results for Windows in mmap1.test due to the previous check-in. (check-in: 5cf9ea9b user: drh tags: trunk)
16:21
In os_unix.c and os_win.c, do not allow xFetch() to return a pointer to a page buffer that is right at the end of the mapped region - if the database is corrupted in a specific way such a page buffer might be overread by several bytes. (check-in: 198a1daa user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
16:17
In os_unix.c and os_win.c, do not allow xFetch() to return a pointer to a page buffer that is right at the end of the mapped region - if the database is corrupted in a specific way such a page buffer might be overread by several bytes. (check-in: d131cab6 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
16:09
In os_unix.c and os_win.c, do not allow xFetch() to return a pointer to a page buffer that is right at the end of the mapped region - if the database is corrupted in a specific way such a page buffer might be overread by several bytes. (check-in: 2684feac user: dan tags: trunk)
15:04
Fix harmless "unused parameter" compiler warning in the new fts3IntegrityMethod implementation. (check-in: 9d459f6b user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
14:45
Improved error message when a double-quoted identifier name cannot be resolved - ask the user if they intended to use a string literal. (check-in: efc5c3c5 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:58
Bump the version number to 3.45.1 (check-in: 54d34edb user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
13:53
When a JSON input is a blob, but it looks like valid JSON when cast to text, then accept it as valid JSON. This replicates a long-standing bug in the behavior of JSON routines, and thus avoids breaking legacy apps. (check-in: 4c2c1b97 user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
13:51
When a JSON input is a blob, but it looks like valid JSON when cast to text, then accept it as valid JSON. This replicates a long-standing bug in the behavior of JSON routines, and thus avoids breaking legacy apps. Forum thread 012136abd5292b8d. (check-in: e5dc81d5 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:28
Fix typo in the tag-20240123-a in a comment. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 1f09541e user: drh tags: blob-as-json)
13:21
If a BLOB looks like JSON when cast to text, then treat it as if it really were JSON. This replicates a long-standing bug in the JSON processing routines, and thereby avoids breaking legacy. (check-in: d79a3769 user: drh tags: blob-as-json)
12:51
Change the shell's --help flag to exit with code 0 instead of 1, per /forum and /chat discussions. (check-in: df563a18 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:20
Add extra checks for the validity of a numeric literal to sqlite3DequoteNumber(). (Closed-Leaf check-in: d57407ef user: dan tags: digit-separators)
10:47
Ensure that the xIntegrity methods of fts3 and fts5 work on read-only databases. (check-in: e79b9736 user: dan tags: branch-3.45)
2024-01-22
20:49
Simplification of the error reporting logic. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 59eb9d29 user: drh tags: improved-dqs-error-msg, blob-as-json)
19:42
Fix a problem in the previous commit with hex literals that start with "0X" instead of "0x". (check-in: c063c89b user: dan tags: digit-separators)
19:38
Allow underscores to occur in hex literals. (check-in: 81a56229 user: dan tags: digit-separators)
19:00
Add extra tests for the code on this branch. (check-in: b15bbb20 user: dan tags: digit-separators)
17:18
Do not allow digit separators that are not surrounded on both sides by digits. (check-in: 5bbc378a user: drh tags: digit-separators)
15:26
Improved error message when a double-quoted string is used and it seems likely that the user wanted a single-quoted string literal. (check-in: 0a834bd8 user: drh tags: improved-dqs-error-msg, blob-as-json)
14:16
The -DSQLITE_JSON_BLOB_INPUT_BUG_COMPATIBLE compile-time option causes blob inputs to JSON functions that are not JSONB to be processed as if they where text, immulating historical bugging behavior which some applications have come to rely upon. See forum thread 012136abd5292b8d for discussion. (check-in: 65572223 user: drh tags: blob-as-json)
14:01
Fix test script literal.test so that it works with SQLITE_OMIT_ALTER_TABLE builds. (check-in: 4dc00f57 user: dan tags: trunk)
12:56
Fix userauth so that it works together with SQLITE_OMIT_SHARED_CACHE. (Forum post 0bfc5888a384d430). However, also change to code to issue a deprecation warning whenever SQLITE_USER_AUTHENTICATION is used. (check-in: 249048b0 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:30
Add a notice to the user-authentication documentation to say that the extension is deprecated and may disappear in the future. (check-in: fe6fc7b9 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:12
Fix test script literal.test so that it works with SQLITE_OMIT_ALTER_TABLE builds. (check-in: b57327be user: dan tags: digit-separators)
01:11
Make CLI .dump immune to pragma reverse_unordered_selects, as reported in Forum thread c42be01880e961eb. (check-in: 488caed2 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
2024-01-21
21:20
Fix a harmless typo in a comment. (check-in: 382a8f94 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-20
18:45
Merge trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: 03ade4a8 user: dan tags: digit-separators)
18:41
Ensure that values generated by DEFAULT clauses that specify real numbers that can be expressed as 64-bit integers (e.g. -1234.0) are not silently converted to integers. (check-in: 298d6977 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:26
Simplifications to the strftime() logic. (check-in: aaa5a044 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:21
Fix a memory leak in new memdb1.test test cases that were added by [e638d5e408ea2e18]. No changes to SQLite itself. (check-in: bb2b7a65 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:46
Add test cases for the new code on this branch. (check-in: 49f29a7b user: dan tags: digit-separators)
16:38
Make sure that %V and %G are testing for every since day in between 1970-01-01 and 2023-01-19. (check-in: 39c475f5 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:29
Rig sqlite3_serialize() so that it will initialize a previously uninitialized database prior to serializing it, so that it does not have a zero-byte size and does not return NULL (except for OOM). Forum thread 498777780e16880a. (check-in: e638d5e4 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:18
Allow "_" characters to appear following any digit in an integer or real SQL literal. (check-in: 401650aa user: dan tags: digit-separators)
15:13
When doing a text-affinity comparison between two values where one or both have both a text and a numeric type, make sure the numeric type does not confuse the answer. This is a deeper fix to the problem observed by forum pose 3776b48e71. The problem bisects to [25f2246be404f38b] on 2014-08-24, prior to version 3.8.7. (check-in: 709841f8 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:18
Ensure that the replace() SQL function always returns a TEXT value even when its first argument is numeric and its second argument is an empty string. Fix for the issue reported by forum post 3776b48e71. (check-in: 01868ebc user: drh tags: trunk)
12:19
When backing out a character in a constructed string in JSON, first make sure the string has not been reset by on OOM. (check-in: 950bf9fe user: drh tags: branch-3.45)
12:13
When backing out a character in a constructed string in JSON, first make sure the string has not been reset by on OOM. dbsqlfuzz 2fffbea91a5376526ea118d4fe4188c8dd35e317. (check-in: 666690eb user: drh tags: trunk)
12:00
Fix the version number in the TEA configure script. This should have been changed by [1481baf3d55effcc] three check-ins ago. It is unclear how testing missed this. (check-in: eaf2cf73 user: drh tags: trunk)
00:31
Implement a new algorithm for computing ISO week values in strftime() based on the idea (from Nuno Cruces) of shifting the date being tested to the Thursday of the same week. (check-in: b06ab46a user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-19
16:51
Allow large hexadecimal literals to be used as DEFAULT values. (check-in: 8cccc1f2 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-01-18
16:52
Increase the version number to 3.46.0 to begin the next development cycle. (check-in: 1481baf3 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:50
Add support in the strftime() SQL function for conversion letters %G, %g, %U, and %V. (check-in: e1155d6a user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-16
16:14
Fix harmless "unused parameter" compiler warning in the new fts3IntegrityMethod implementation. (check-in: bb1fe53a user: drh tags: trunk)
16:05
Ensure that the xIntegrity methods of fts3 and fts5 work on read-only databases. (check-in: b855886c user: dan tags: trunk)
15:04
Clutter the code with "fall-through" comments in order to suppress nuisance compiler warnings. No logic changes. (check-in: 05d2cf5e user: drh tags: trunk)
14:54
Remove the LLONG_MAX preprocessor macro from the series.c extension as it is apparently only C99 and later. Forum post 4af649419b. (check-in: f106bc0d user: drh tags: trunk)
14:28
wasm build: reformulate an awk invocation to account for awks which do not support the -e flag. Problem reported on the forum via a docker-hosted build. (check-in: 90dd5115 user: stephan tags: branch-3.45)
14:24
Various build- and code-reorg cleanups for ext/wasm. No functional changes. (check-in: 835bd4a1 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-01-15
17:01
Version 3.45.0 (check-in: 1066602b user: drh tags: trunk, release, version-3.45.0)
2024-01-13
20:38
Merge latest trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: bb9a7157 user: dan tags: reuse-schema)
20:36
Merge latest wal2 changes into this branch. (check-in: c39f6585 user: dan tags: bedrock)
20:21
Merge latest trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: 68c2b8d0 user: dan tags: wal2)
19:57
Merge latest trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: 95bf4bc2 user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
2024-01-12
16:33
Fix a usan complaint about signed integer overflow. (Leaf check-in: 16aa7297 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
15:38
Fix a signed integer overflow usan complaint in fts5. This is fixed on trunk by [a76a636b23], but that is a large commit that adds new features. (check-in: 4b2d02f2 user: dan tags: branch-3.43)
11:44
Have the shell tool automatically enable SQLITE_CONFIG_DQS_DDL when executing a ".dump" script against an empty db. (check-in: f47a5f4e user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-01-11
16:10
wasm build: reformulate an awk invocation to account for awks which do not support the -e flag. Problem reported on the forum via a docker-hosted build. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 58366579 user: stephan tags: wasm-post-3.45)
14:21
Internal JS doc cleanups. (check-in: c8284170 user: stephan tags: wasm-post-3.45)
14:13
Fix a comment in sessions. No functional changes. Forum post 8c20dc935b. (check-in: b0eb6d36 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:03
In fts5, flush the contents of the in-memory hash table whenever the secure-delete option is toggled. This prevents spurious corruption reports under some circumstances. (check-in: ccf55231 user: dan tags: trunk)
12:56
Remove some dead JS code. Minor doc cleanups. (check-in: bf23cf20 user: stephan tags: wasm-post-3.45)
12:31
Split the JS vfs/vtab helper code into discreet units as a step towards a build which optionally elides those pieces. This is an internal restructuring change and does not affect the API. (check-in: ede945fd user: stephan tags: wasm-post-3.45)
2024-01-10
20:13
Fix a few compiler gripes. Update 2024-04-16: Closed, since the solution to Windows console I/O already on trunk is better. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 2e74a938 user: larrybr tags: win-dupe-crt-fio)
05:52
For CLI shell and other utilities, optionally avoid C runtime file I/O on Windows in favor of WIN32 calls, while nominally preserving FILE* API interfaces. (a WIP, awaiting build and testing) (check-in: 6be68be1 user: larrybr tags: win-dupe-crt-fio)
2024-01-09
23:15
Put an SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT branch inside the appropriate ifdef with an assert on the else since the condition is always false if SETLK_TIMEOUT is not available. (check-in: d81e7a03 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:28
Improved resolution of unqualified names in the REINDEX command. Forum thread 74cd0ceabd. (check-in: 97709ce2 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-08
19:55
Automatically turn off DEFENSIVE mode in the shell tool when executing scripts generated by the ".dump" command against an empty database. Add a warning to the top of generated ".dump" scripts that populate virtual tables. (check-in: cd016f26 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:53
Fix date on new file shell9.test. (Closed-Leaf check-in: c82da712 user: dan tags: shell-dump-fix)
18:46
Automatically turn off DEFENSIVE mode in the shell tool when executing scripts generated by the ".dump" command against an empty database. Add a warning to the top of generated ".dump" scripts that populate virtual tables. (check-in: 6e9e96b7 user: dan tags: shell-dump-fix)
15:23
Minor change to os_unix.c to facilitate 100% MC/DC testing. (check-in: 0dfa7b4d user: drh tags: trunk)
13:38
Ensure that SQLITE_PROTOCOL is not returned too early when a SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT build fails to open a transaction on a wal mode database in cases where blocking locks are not being used. (check-in: a8e9af13 user: dan tags: trunk)
07:52
Make explicit which JS APIs are for internal use only by moving the JS-bound internal-use-only functions out of client-visible reach and renaming the WASM-exported ones from sqlite3_wasm... to sqlite3__wasm... (with two underscores). These have always been documented as internal-use-only, so this is not a breaking change except for clients which have ignored the docs. (check-in: 0eddc20f user: stephan tags: wasm-post-3.45)
2024-01-07
20:27
Remove an ALWAYS() from RTREE. Dbsqlfuzz found a way to make it false. (check-in: 40f0a29e user: drh tags: trunk)
00:45
Updates to RTREE to facility testing. (check-in: 7a5b42ff user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-06
19:16
Ensure that SQLITE_PROTOCOL is not returned too early when a SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT build fails to open a transaction on a wal mode database in cases where blocking locks are not being used. (Closed-Leaf check-in: b934a336 user: dan tags: enable-setlk-fix)
15:22
Update JSON performance testing procedures for clarity and to describe how to do performance testing of JSONB. (check-in: b115b4f7 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:58
Update extension ext/misc/totext.c to avoid both ubsan warnings and dubious real->integer conversions. (check-in: 54143600 user: dan tags: trunk)
2024-01-05
15:53
Update extension ext/misc/totext.c to avoid both ubsan warnings and dubious real->integer conversions. (Closed-Leaf check-in: c626aa10 user: dan tags: totype-fix)
2024-01-04
17:33
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: e07f2451 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
17:13
Avoid errors with SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE builds in json106.test and unionall.test. (check-in: 8940e2a1 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:28
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 707f79c7 user: drh tags: bedrock)
16:16
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 8fb42df8 user: drh tags: wal2)
16:15
Testing code left in by accident. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 90e8a233 user: dan tags: mistake)
15:49
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: c407d3bb user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
13:01
Restructure some code to fix what appears to be a false-positive UBSAN warning. (check-in: fe952c12 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-03
20:40
Fix a #ifdef in sqlite3_test_control() that was preventing builds with SQLITE_OMIT_WSD. (check-in: d546a9c9 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:41
Convert the JSON functions to use lookaside memory allocation whenever feasible, to avoid hitting the global memory allocator mutex. (check-in: a79a2449 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:49
Change a constant from decimal to hex to avoid a compiler warning on Mac. (check-in: e3acb8a4 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:13
Enhance sqlite3_analyzer.exe so that it uses the ext/consio extension. (check-in: 769de0b9 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:26
Update the sqldiff.exe utility program so that it uses the sqlite3_str string interface, and so that it does console output using the ext/consio extension. (check-in: 4443b7e5 user: drh tags: trunk)
2024-01-02
22:49
Back out [b517a52fa36df0a0] which is no longer reachable due to early error detection enhancements in [166e82dd20efbfd3]. (check-in: 704943e9 user: drh tags: trunk)
21:37
Adjust the sqlite3PagerDirectReadOk() routine (part of the SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ optimization) to use less code and to be more easily testable. (check-in: eed670ea user: drh tags: trunk)
21:08
Fix a problem in fts5 caused by a COMMIT involving fts5 data that immediately follows a ROLLBACK TO that does not. (check-in: 55c61f6a user: dan tags: trunk)
20:34
Increase the default "max_page_count" to its theoretical maximum of 4294967294. (check-in: ffb35f17 user: drh tags: trunk)
09:20
Elaborate on the various build flavors used by ext/wasm/. Doc changes only. (check-in: d489232a user: stephan tags: trunk)
09:03
Update and clean up the in-makefile docs for ext/wasm. (check-in: 7a7b295e user: stephan tags: trunk)
2024-01-01
23:28
Back out [99d11e6d0ae6] (enabling of STAT4 in WASM/JNI), per /chat discussion. (check-in: cd7929ee user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:20
New logic to avoid using indexes that ANALYZE has identified as of little practical use. Also a performance optimization in ANALYZE. (check-in: bcac9375 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:58
Remove some unnecessary computations from ANALYZE so that ANALYZE runs with fewer CPU cycles. These changes were spotted while working on the nearby enhanced-stat1 branch. So even if enhanced-stat1 is abandoned, that effort put into it will not have been in vain. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 5527e8c4 user: drh tags: avoid-low-quality-indexes)
17:48
Extra steps taken to avoid using low-quality indexes in a query plan. This branch accomplishes the same end as the nearby enhanced-stat1 branch, but with much less change and hence less risk. (check-in: c030e646 user: drh tags: avoid-low-quality-indexes)
15:49
Improved defenses against deliberately corrupted sqlite_stat1 tables. (Closed-Leaf check-in: ee34db31 user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
15:35
Fix a harmless compiler warning. (check-in: b5aa1aea user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
14:13
Omit the uneven=N argument in sqlite_stat1 and replace it with var=N1,N2,... so that the variation in each column is reported separately. Omit the "slow" argument from sqlite_stat1, computing that flag internally. PRAGMA stats is enhanced with a new column "est" that shows the aiRowLogEst array for each index after it has been modified by "var=..." and also the "slow" flag. (check-in: 4a8fc173 user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
06:58
JNI: move the ByteBuffer-using APIs from public to package visibility for the time being because they have UB-inducing possibilities which need to be worked out. Update test code to account for a change in custom FTS5 columntext() impls. (check-in: dc501275 user: stephan tags: trunk)
05:58
WASM: various build cleanups and add initial infrastructure for a build which elides the oo1 API and its dependents (worker1 and promiser). Sidebar: an attempt was made to move generation of the build rules to an external script, but the mixed-mode make/script was even less legible than the $(eval) indirection going on in the makefile. (check-in: 563d3131 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-12-31
20:04
Better comments. Slight tuning of parameters. (check-in: 1cc32ecc user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
12:38
Ensure that all elements of aiRowLogEst[] have been initialized even if the stat entry is truncated. (check-in: c216921b user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
04:01
Use SQLITE_ENABLE_STAT4 in both the WASM and JNI builds. (check-in: 99d11e6d user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-12-30
22:00
In sqlite_stat1, revert the number of rows to the average, not adjusted for the maximum. Instead add "uneven=NNN" where NNN is a multiplier to apply to the average to get the maximum. "uneven" is only reported if NNN is 10 or more. Also add the "slow" argument is the maximum number of rows reported by a full equality match is so large that a table scan seems likely to be faster. (check-in: 41773fa7 user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
15:07
Omit the "noquery" argument in sqlite_stat1. Instead, add the "uneven" argument for indexes that have an uneven distribution of values. Modify the query planner to avoid doing equality look-ups on uneven indexes. (check-in: 0ec4b880 user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
2023-12-29
21:07
Revise the "noquery" decision algorithm again. The index now must select more than 150 rows on average, and the number of rows select must be enough that it seems faster to do a full scan of the associated table. (check-in: f516ef80 user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
20:31
Fix an issue in the "noquery" decision in the previous check-in. Also add comments explaining the algorithm. (check-in: 6aaa65ad user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
20:08
Add the "noquery" argument as an option for the stat column of sqlite_stat1. If set, then the index will not be used to optimize a query. Enhance ANALYZE to set that argument on very low selectivity indexes. (check-in: e514d3fa user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
19:03
Attempt to improve the ANALYZE command so that it does a better job of detecting lopsided indexes and makes appropriate changes to the sqlite_stat1 table. (check-in: 4b70b946 user: drh tags: enhanced-stat1)
04:29
Minor doc touchup in the JS bits. (check-in: 8d2120c3 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-12-28
21:02
Enable SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ unless it is specifically disabled using the -DSQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ=0 compile-time option. (check-in: 630604a4 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:54
Update fts5origintext4.test to work with SQLITE_DIRECT_OVERFLOW_READ. (check-in: 15ed002a user: dan tags: trunk)
19:18
Performance improvement by unwinding a loop in jsonAppendString(). (check-in: 190ab3c0 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:25
Fix harmless compiler warnings in FTS5. (check-in: 3cd5ef44 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:21
Enhance the (undocumented, debug-only) json_parse() SQL function so that it returns the text rendering of the JSONB parse of the input, rather than printing the rendering on stdout. (check-in: 056de8d5 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:07
Merge the latest trunk changes into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: 3d1b0403 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
14:01
Merge the latest trunk changes into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 5a17b972 user: drh tags: bedrock)
13:44
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 1f592dd3 user: drh tags: wal2)
13:40
Merge recent trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrrent branch. (check-in: b3a2adfd user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
2023-12-27
16:24
Fix a problem in the shell tool (not library) causing an out-of-bounds write if an ".open" command failed, then the user pressed ctrl-c to interrupt a query running on the substitute in-memory database. (check-in: 026618b9 user: dan tags: trunk)
2023-12-26
15:52
Ensure that the xColumnText(), xQueryPhrase() and xPhraseFirstColumn() APIs all return SQLITE_RANGE if they are passed a bad column or phrase number. (check-in: 1a8a9b1c user: dan tags: trunk)
13:20
Improved handling of malformed unicode within JSON strings. (check-in: e252bdf5 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-24
12:02
Remove an ALWAYS() added in [c50e6c2ace49d092] because it is sometimes false. dbsqlfuzz c393a4f783d42efd9552772110aff7e5d937f15e. (check-in: b9daf37e user: drh tags: trunk)
11:43
Fix harmless compiler warnings associated with [5db30bcc338aac1c] (check-in: e55d1c23 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:31
Avoid signed integer overflow during integrity_check of FTS5. (check-in: 5937df3b user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-23
19:03
Improvements to the query planner to address the inefficiency described by forum post 2568d1f6e6. (check-in: 72fcc12c user: drh tags: trunk)
11:31
Add debugging output routines sqlite3ShowWhereLoop(X) and sqlite3ShowWhereLoopList(X) that can be invoked from a debugger to show a summary of the content of a single WhereLoop object or a list of WhereLoop objects. No change in release builds. (check-in: 5db30bcc user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-22
21:22
Change parameters on a debugging function to include "const". (check-in: 94c3e111 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:03
Add the -fno-sanitize-recover=undefined to the sanitizer builds used for sdevtest and release testing. To ensure that any test that provokes undefined behaviour fails. (check-in: 89563311 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:42
Update #ifdef checks in pager.c and util.c to account for [0462a2612d1fc1d0] to resolve the build problem reported in forum post 9819032aac. (check-in: 7374c234 user: stephan tags: branch-3.44)
15:41
Update #ifdef checks in pager.c and util.c to account for [0462a2612d1fc1d0] to resolve the build problem reported in forum post 9819032aac. (check-in: 0f22d809 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:47
Fix a usan complaint about signed integer overflow. (check-in: e65907e0 user: dan tags: trunk)
12:57
Add a new comment to debugging output routine sqlite3WhereLoopPrint() to remind us of what the various fields of the debug output mean. No changes to code. (check-in: da5f34fd user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-21
18:08
Add internal core-developer-only documentation of the JSONB format. (check-in: 4d304788 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-20
19:33
Fix SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT assert() statements in os_unix.c to avoid reading past the end of the unixShmNode.aMutex[] array. (check-in: 029a05cd user: dan tags: trunk)
11:34
Avoid harmless integer overflow in pager status statistics gathering. Response to forum post 7f4cdf23f9. (check-in: 206d8c65 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-19
21:39
In JSON - minor code cleanup and refactoring with a small size reduction and performance increase. (check-in: 215fabda user: drh tags: trunk)
15:51
Remove redundant conditional from sqlite3ExprCanBeNull(). (check-in: 257f96a2 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:10
On second thought, we don't really need sqlite_dbdata accessible to the CLI. (check-in: 36fe6a61 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:06
Fix harmless compiler warning in the randomjson.c extension. (check-in: debe7060 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:54
More precise computation of the size of data structures in the query planner. Response to Forum post 7d8685d49d. (check-in: 0c8d88e4 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:53
Add ALWAYS() and NEVER() on branches made unreachable by recent changes. (check-in: c50e6c2a user: drh tags: trunk)
13:45
Ignore COLLATE operators when determining whether the result of a subexpression should be shallow-copied or deep-copied. (check-in: 34ae36a4 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:00
Test case for the previous check-in. (check-in: df5a07e1 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:00
When unable to resolve an identifier, change the Expr node into TK_NULL rather than TK_COLUMN, to prevent any downstream misuse of the non-existent column. (check-in: 8f770d14 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
12:49
When unable to resolve an identifier, change the Expr node into TK_NULL rather than TK_COLUMN, to prevent any downstream misuse of the non-existent column. dbsqlfuzz 71869261db80a95e4733afa10ff5724bf3c78592. (check-in: d2e6117e user: drh tags: trunk)
12:23
Always make the sqlite_dbdata virtual table available in the CLI. (check-in: e5fd3b32 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:57
Extra ALWAYS() macros to verify state in the sqlite3ExprCanBeNull() routine. (check-in: be19b84c user: drh tags: trunk)
00:07
Remove a stray comment in the JSON code. (check-in: 6618bdf0 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-18
19:18
New JSON invariant test cases. (check-in: a6a1367b user: drh tags: trunk)
18:50
Add NEVER() to an unfalsifiable branch. (check-in: 9a0c67db user: drh tags: trunk)
18:31
Fix JSON to JSONB translation so that it deals correctly with Infinity and NaN. (check-in: 178cb84f user: drh tags: trunk)
15:53
Ensure that the insert/delete size delta on JSONB objects in the JSON cache are always set to zero. (check-in: 4b458166 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:24
Add randomjson.c to testfixture. Use it for a new set of invariant tests against JSON functions. (check-in: f1c04060 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:16
Ensure that all object labels for individual objects generated by randomjson.c are unique. (check-in: 29c46aca user: drh tags: trunk)
13:51
Bug fix in the randomjson.c extension. (check-in: 1f3a33df user: drh tags: trunk)
12:18
Enhancements to ext/misc/randomjson.c. (check-in: a4e6d1f8 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-17
20:41
Enhancements to the "randomjson.c" extension. Automatically load that extension into fuzzcheck. (check-in: 70620405 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-16
15:48
Enable SQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE for default builds of the shell, fuzzcheck, and testfixture. (check-in: 5a0c517e user: drh tags: trunk)
10:50
New test case based on Chromium bug report 1511689. (check-in: 2c7ef4b4 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-15
21:39
Fix a spurious "misuse of aggregate function" error that could occur when an aggregate function was used within the FROM clause of a sub-select of the select that owns the aggregate. (check-in: 122cd0ba user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
20:13
In the count-of-view optimization, deferring freeing obsolete parts of the parse tree, on the off-chance that some other part of the code might be holding a pointer to those parts. (check-in: da442578 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:26
Avoid expiring prepared statements in the middle of an integrity-check. (check-in: 88beb484 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:28
Add mention of --buildonly and --dryrun to the testrunner.tcl usage screen. (check-in: 23b92d91 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:22
Fix a new JSON test case so that it works even if SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE is defined. (check-in: b995aae5 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:17
Do not run test script fts5origintest4.test with either "memsubsys1" or "mmap" permutations. (check-in: 05a63d96 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:33
Avoid running the "no_mutex_try" tests with SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT builds as part of the release test. (check-in: 6b4e1344 user: dan tags: trunk)
13:38
Correct --enable-sab flag in ext/wasm/GNUmakefile to fix a silent alhttpd args-parsing error. (check-in: 7b9b757d user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-12-14
22:01
Use SQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE=1 by default for the JNI and WASM builds unless they're explicitly built with SQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE=0. (check-in: 99021135 user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:34
Add assert()s to FTS5 to fix static analyzer warnings. (check-in: 27d4a89a user: drh tags: trunk)
15:38
Fix harmless compiler warnings in JSON and FTS5. (check-in: 90135efc user: drh tags: trunk)
15:31
Improve the error message returned by an fts5 'rebuild' command on an external content table if there is a problem with the content table or view. (check-in: 0fbf4b8a user: dan tags: trunk)
15:11
Enhance aggregate order-by so that it transmits subtype information through the sorter. Fix for the deficiency reported by forum post 87347ad2fb5a8f76. (check-in: d302a389 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:58
Pass subtype information through the aggregate ORDER BY sorter for aggregate functions that use subtype information. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 3536f403 user: drh tags: agg-orderby-subtype)
2023-12-13
20:37
In CLI, fix .read inability to open 2GB+ files on WIN32. (check-in: 56c80a62 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
16:50
Avoid invoking sqlite3ExprColUsage() on an unresolve column reference. (check-in: 6e0e2ee7 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
16:45
Avoid invoking sqlite3ExprColUsage() on an unresolve column reference. dbsqlfuzz fc34aa62df4de103705d11b807074687ffafbda5. (check-in: ac9314c0 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:27
Bug fix in the JSONB validator. dbsqlfuzz ac6fa521a08609a642198e7decf64180e750b3c4 (check-in: 3e940a6a user: drh tags: trunk)
14:31
Improvements to UTF8 handling, and especially the handling of invalid UTF8, in the JSON routines. (check-in: 1b229c11 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-12
18:38
Fix the JSON object label comparison object so that it works correctly even if the label ends with escaped whitespace. (check-in: 4d5353ca user: drh tags: trunk)
17:55
Worker1 Promiser API: when multiple db connections are active then use the requested connection instead of always the first-opened connection. Bug reported in forum post 894c330e7f23b177. (check-in: 3874e5a3 user: stephan tags: branch-3.44)
17:52
Worker1 Promiser API: when multiple db connections are active then use the requested connection instead of always the first-opened connection. Bug reported in forum post 894c330e7f23b177. (check-in: 194276e1 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:31
The json_valid(*,8) function does a much better check of the validity of the JSONB input. The json_error_position() function returns an approximate byte offset to the point of the first detected error in the JSONB. (check-in: 840efb33 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:13
Add NEVER to two unreachable branches in JSON. (Closed-Leaf check-in: c96ebb08 user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
14:33
Improvements to JSONB validation - catch more cases where the input does not conform to spec. (check-in: be1864ea user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
02:31
Validity checking of text nodes in JSONB. (check-in: fa516068 user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
2023-12-11
21:00
The json_error_position() function now reports an approximate byte offset to the problem in a JSONB if there is a problem. (check-in: 80d5d94d user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
20:44
json_error_position() now uses jsonValidityCheck() to find the approximate position of an error in a JSONB blob. (check-in: c3d60cf7 user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
20:19
json_valid(*,8) allows minus-signs on hexadecimal literals. (check-in: c0d7f452 user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
19:21
Activate JSON_SELFCHECK within fuzzcheck. (check-in: 4d14e733 user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
19:00
Rename the new test-control to SQLITE_TESTCTRL_JSON_SELFCHECK. Make it so that the current value of the setting can be interrogated. (check-in: 7aff1d9a user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
17:03
Add SQLITE_TESTCTRL_VALIDATE_JSONB, which if enabled under SQLITE_DEBUG causes cross-checking of generate JSONB. (check-in: b410a4db user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
14:01
Work toward enhanced functionality for json_valid() with deep checking of the JSONB (second argument has bit 0x08). (check-in: c370d573 user: drh tags: jsonb-valid)
13:48
Different fix for the fts5 COMMIT-following-OOM problem first fixed by [fba3129d]. This one does not cause problems if an fts5 table is renamed and then dropped within the same transaction. (check-in: 67da596d user: dan tags: branch-3.44)
02:39
Fix a potential use of uninitialized value in json_valid() with 2nd argument of 8. (check-in: fa102036 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-08
16:56
Fix a harmless UBSAN warning. (check-in: 1503cba6 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:54
Fix a potential problem RCStr access on a JsonString object that is not really and RCStr. Fuzzer/UBSAN find. (check-in: d2f2174c user: drh tags: trunk)
12:58
Fix a harmless compiler warning about "confusing indentation". (check-in: 34f9e9a8 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:04
Avoid dropping an error code in new fts5 tokendata=1 code. (check-in: a66596e3 user: dan tags: trunk)
2023-12-07
21:09
Ensure an fts5vocab table never uses a special tokendata=1 merge cursor. (check-in: 1e26510e user: dan tags: trunk)
20:46
Avoid an assert() failure when querying an fts5vocab table that accesses a tokendata=1 fts5 table with corrupt %_data records. (check-in: 386ba9e2 user: dan tags: trunk)
19:08
Fix a null-pointer dereference in fts5 tokendata=1 code. (check-in: d69fa8f0 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:41
Fix a problem with handling OOM and other errors in fts5 when querying tokendata=1 tables. (check-in: bc911ab5 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:41
Different fix for the fts5 COMMIT-following-OOM problem first fixed by [fba3129d]. This one does not cause problems if an fts5 table is renamed and then dropped within the same transaction. (check-in: d8c6b246 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:09
Rework the jsonEachPathLength() routine in json_tree() so that it is less susceptible to problems due to goofy object labels. (check-in: 858b76a0 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:14
Add ALWAYS() on branches added in [ec0ae4030968c782] that are always true. (check-in: 451cef86 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:55
Improved detection of corrupt JSONB in the jsonReturnFromBlob() function. (check-in: b014736c user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-12-06
22:22
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: 5c36819c user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
21:18
Merge the latest trunk changes into the bedrock branch. (check-in: c2e53000 user: drh tags: bedrock)
21:11
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 457724e7 user: drh tags: wal2)
21:05
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: b1c58f48 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
18:34
Fix compiler warning about shadowed variable in fts5_index.c. (check-in: ee70e4c1 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:25
Work around LLVM's newfound hatred of function pointer casts. Forum post 1a7d257346636292. (check-in: ec0ae403 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:10
Update documentation comments in fts5.h. (check-in: 38c50e22 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:50
Do correct comparisons between object labels in JSON even when the two labels contain different JSON escapes. (check-in: bda2e30c user: drh tags: trunk)
17:39
Correctly handle 8-byte sizes in the JSONB format. Forum post 283daf08e91183fc. (check-in: 73d390f3 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:57
Fix the routine that determines the json_tree.path value for the first row so that it correctly takes into account escape sequences in the path argument. (Closed-Leaf check-in: b9243ee8 user: drh tags: json-label-compare)
16:27
In CLI, move -interactive flag handling back to arg-loop pass 2. (check-in: 63cb05a8 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
15:50
Test cases for object label matching with escape sequences. (check-in: c6f2aa38 user: drh tags: json-label-compare)
15:35
The rule for the RHS of the ->> and -> operators when the RHS does not begin with $ is that it must be (1) all digits, or (2) all alphanumerics, or (3) contained within [..] or else it will become a quoted label. (check-in: 0e059a54 user: drh tags: json-label-compare)
14:50
Increased rigor in comparisons between object labels in JSON. (check-in: 2bc86d14 user: drh tags: json-label-compare)
14:36
Add the tokendata=1 option and related APIs to fts5. (check-in: a76a636b user: dan tags: trunk)
14:30
Merge trunk changes into this branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 8f46eace user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
12:30
README.md typo fix reported in the forum and update all links from http: to https:. (check-in: 5c48acdb user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-12-05
19:45
Rework the JSON functions so that they use the JSONB format internally. The original JsonNode parse tree design is removed. All JSON functions that accept text JSON also accept JSONB. New functions generate JSONB. (check-in: 7f0c79b9 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:24
Use extra assert() statement to silence harmless static analyzer warnings. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 174c2b2e user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:36
Further tests for the new code on this branch. (check-in: 59d008b6 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
18:28
Miscellaneous comment cleanup and typo fixes. (check-in: 59446dc0 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:52
Use strspn() to accelerate whitespace bypass in the JSON parser. (check-in: 843197df user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:22
Small performance gain by unwinding the string literal delimiter search loop in the JSON parser by one more level. (check-in: 4c587fea user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:20
Clean up the JSONB performance test script. (check-in: 90530107 user: drh tags: jsonb)
01:44
Use an assert() to fix a harmless static analyzer warning. (check-in: a249ca65 user: drh tags: jsonb)
00:17
Fix OOM and corrupt JSONB handling in json_patch(). (check-in: 1910feb0 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-12-04
23:12
Rename the internal routine jsonMergePatchBlob() to just jsonMergePatch(). (check-in: ebf667b6 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:48
Add further tests for xInstToken(). (check-in: 8582707f user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
19:32
Fixes to error handling in json_array_length(). (check-in: aa85df2d user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:14
Do not make the input JSONB editable in json_remove() if there are no PATH argument. (check-in: 66594544 user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:53
Fix errors in rendering JSON5 escape sequences embedded in JSONB. (check-in: f1a51ae3 user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:45
Fixes for xInstToken() with tokendata=0 tables. And with prefix queries. (check-in: 78fbb715 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
17:58
Fix memory leak in new code on this branch. (check-in: ebc160b9 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
17:45
Fix a problem with the xInstCount() API and "ORDER BY rank" queries. (check-in: 317a5056 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
17:40
Continuing simplifications and code cleanup. (check-in: ddf92b50 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:05
Fix bug in xInstToken() causing the wrong token to be returned. (check-in: da78d07e user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
16:01
Remove reachable ALWAYS and NEVER macros. (check-in: f601de3e user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:22
Two new NEVER macros. (check-in: 52632c92 user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:08
Add tests for using tokendata=1 and contentless_delete=1 together. (check-in: a2506b8c user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
13:12
Repair issues and inefficiencies found during testing. (check-in: ae973cb1 user: drh tags: jsonb)
01:14
Better pre-scan size estimations for objects in the JSON parser resulting in fewer reallocations and memmove operations. (check-in: 526b27f9 user: drh tags: jsonb)
00:31
Back off on the use of strlen() for situations where sqlite3_value_bytes() will work as well, for performance. (check-in: 79fb54fb user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-12-03
23:38
Remove dead code. Improved reporting of errors in JSON inputs. (check-in: 2eaa738e user: drh tags: jsonb)
23:30
Avoid problems when the path argument to json_tree() contains embedded U+0000 characters. (check-in: 9f055091 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:11
Ensure that OOM conditions in the generation of the "bad JSON path" error message result in an SQLITE_NOMEM error. (check-in: aa0e02b5 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:59
Enable incorrect JSONB to be rendered into text without hitting an assertion for a bad whitespace escape in a string. (check-in: 4d6a9a21 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:32
Partial hand-merge of shell.c.in (not buildable) (Leaf check-in: 62e90c9b user: larrybr tags: cli_extension_wip)
11:54
Do not let bad hexadecimal digits in malformed JSONB cause an assertion fault. (check-in: 8dec1ba1 user: drh tags: jsonb)
00:51
Minor code changes for consistency and to simplify testing. (check-in: df272bd8 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-12-02
21:39
Implement strict JSONB checking in the json_valid() function. (check-in: 0f26d388 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:37
Fix harmless compiler warnings reported by MSVC. (check-in: 419652c0 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:35
Fix various compiler warnings and other problems with the new code on this branch. (check-in: 3a623cfa user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
20:25
Code and comment cleanup. Everything should work the same. (check-in: c640754d user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:17
Fix harmless compiler warnings. Refactor some identifier names for clearer presentation. (check-in: 7e394150 user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:14
When tokendata=1 queries require multiple segment-cursors, allow those cursors to share a single array of in-memory tombstone pages. (check-in: e0175d07 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
18:04
Take extra care to ensure that JSONB values that are in cache are actually owned by the JSON subsystem, and that ownership of such values is not handed back to the bytecode engine. (check-in: 13045340 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:32
Ensure that tokendata=1 queries avoid loading large doclists for queries like "common AND uncommon", just as tokendata=0 queries do. (check-in: 7bda09ab user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
16:11
Protect a memcpy() against OOM conditions. (check-in: 26144d1c user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:59
Do not allow a JsonParse object to be considered "editable" after an OOM. (check-in: c6bacf57 user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:06
Fix potential unsigned integer underflow in jsonAppendString(). (check-in: d2fba2cb user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:55
Minor fix to the header comment on jsonXlateTextToBlob(). (check-in: c3677ba4 user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:16
Performance optimization in jsonAppendString(). (check-in: fdf00e96 user: drh tags: jsonb)
13:36
Simplification and optimization of the JSON parser. (check-in: f5ec9485 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:23
Remove a NEVER that can be true if a virtual table column is declared to have a DEFAULT. See forum post 3d4de8917627d058. (check-in: 8abc2cca user: drh tags: trunk)
01:38
Unroll a loop in the parser for a performance increase. (check-in: a6dc29e4 user: drh tags: jsonb)
01:06
Fix harmless compiler warnings and enhance performance the parser. (check-in: 285633da user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-12-01
22:01
Performance optimization in the JSON parser. (check-in: 68d191f4 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:37
Remove old code for tokendata=1 queries. (check-in: b0a489e8 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
20:10
Merge latest trunk with this branch. (check-in: 82589674 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
20:09
Different approach to querying a tokendata=1 table. Saves cpu and memory. (check-in: c523f408 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
18:49
JSON cache is now more effective. (check-in: 443a3f3a user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:46
Fix up the JSON cache to work better. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 1fdbc395 user: drh tags: jsonb-cache)
13:28
Cache is working better, but does not preserve the hasJson5 flag. (check-in: a12add7a user: drh tags: jsonb-cache)
12:57
First attempt to get the JSON text-to-binary cache working. All test cases pass, but the cache seems not to help much. (check-in: 25ed295f user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-11-30
23:36
Remove all trace of JsonNode from the JSON implementation. The JSONB format is used as the internal binary encoding for searching and editing. (check-in: 11ebb5f7 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:57
Convert json_valid() over to using only JSONB as its internal format. (check-in: 7b5756fa user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:34
Add a basic batch-mode SQL runner for the SAH Pool VFS, for use in comparing it against WebSQL. Bring the WebSQL batch runner up to date, noting that it cannot run without addition of an "origin trial" activation key from Google because that's now the only way to enable WebSQL in Chrome (that part is not checked in because that key is private). Minor code-adjacent cleanups. (check-in: 883990e7 user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:29
Convert json_type() to use JSONB internally. (check-in: 83074835 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:11
Convert json_insert(), json_replace(), and json_set() over to using only JSONB internally. (check-in: 4e2083e8 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:06
Enhance json_set() and json_insert() so that they create missing substructure. (Closed-Leaf check-in: cc7a641a user: drh tags: jsonb-insert)
16:17
Simplification of the new JSON insert/set test cases. (check-in: 04c0d564 user: drh tags: jsonb-insert)
16:16
New JSON test cases showing insert or set with missing substructure. (check-in: 6802b645 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:04
New test cases for insert/set/replace with paths that indicate substructure that does not yet exist. (check-in: 146c717c user: drh tags: jsonb-insert)
10:00
Update some OPFS-related help text in WASM tests. Minor cleanups in speedtest1-worker.js. (check-in: 263f6d3a user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:52
Convert json_insert(), json_replace(), json_set() to use JSONB internally. Mostly working, but some corner cases are still not quite right. (check-in: 99c8f6bd user: drh tags: jsonb-insert)
2023-11-29
20:06
Convert the json_error_position() routine to use only JSONB internally. (check-in: e7a8ba35 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:36
The json_patch() function now operates exclusively on JSONB. This patch also includes improvements to JSONB debug printing routines. (check-in: fee19d00 user: drh tags: jsonb)
16:22
Fix signed integer overflow in fts5. (check-in: 60e46c7e user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
13:47
In the recovery extension, if a payload size is unreasonably large, it is probably corrupt, so truncate it. (check-in: 988c3179 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:18
Merge all the latest trunk enhancements into the jsonb branch. (check-in: 1a59fcab user: drh tags: jsonb)
02:53
Increase the patch level to 3.44.3. (check-in: bb4d35e2 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
02:50
Reference count the Table passed into the OP_VCheck opcode. (check-in: 79e6496b user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
02:45
The assertion change at check-in [7946c79567b0ccd3] is insufficient to fix the problem of a Table object being deleted out from under the OP_VCheck opcode. We need to reference count the Table, which is accomplished here. (check-in: cad269d5 user: drh tags: trunk)
01:38
Convert the json_array_length() function to use JSONB instead of JsonNodes. (check-in: 5ab79073 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-11-28
23:26
Fix all known problems with JSONB json_extract(). (check-in: d5f48c57 user: drh tags: jsonb)
23:18
Do not set the J subtype when the output is JSONB. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 4f106b64 user: drh tags: jsonb-extract)
20:33
Preserve flexibility in the format of the RHS of -> and ->> operators found in legacy. (check-in: 6231ec43 user: drh tags: jsonb-extract)
20:25
Attempt to get json_extract() working with pure JSONB only, and without the use of JsonNode. Mostly working, but there are some differences from legacy in corner cases. (check-in: 8c324af1 user: drh tags: jsonb-extract)
19:43
Merge latest trunk updates into this branch. (check-in: 554fc13f user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
18:16
The json_remove() function now uses only JSONB, never JsonNodes, internally. (check-in: b69786e7 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:47
Update this branch with latest changes from trunk. (check-in: bead0d8f user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
17:32
Update this branch with latest changes from trunk. (check-in: 7f1b61a3 user: dan tags: wal2)
17:12
In SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT builds, use blocking locks in place of sleep() calls when opening a read-transaction. (check-in: 4c055b7a user: dan tags: trunk)
15:29
Handle an SQLITE_BUSY_TIMEOUT error if one occurs while attempting a shared lock on a read-lock slot. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 5fbf3906 user: dan tags: blocking-dms-lock)
13:38
Activate the ability of json_patch() to work on JSONB. (check-in: 11aba347 user: drh tags: jsonb)
13:35
All legacy tests are passing. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 2c436806 user: drh tags: jsonb-patch)
12:28
The json_patch() code for JSONB compiles and works sometimes, but there are still issues. Incremental check-in. (check-in: e0099464 user: drh tags: jsonb-patch)
00:27
More aggressive use of jsonBlobEdit(). Improvements to the MergePatch implementation sketch. (check-in: fbca9570 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-11-27
23:46
Add untested (#ifdefed-out) code for the MergePatch algorithm against JSONB. Add (and test) the jsonBlobEdit() routine that is needed by the new MergePatch. (check-in: 4d353387 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:37
Have SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT builds block when locking a read-lock slot. (check-in: f797baf4 user: dan tags: blocking-dms-lock)
19:22
In SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT builds, use blocking locks in place of sleep() when opening a read-transaction. (check-in: a51ef399 user: dan tags: blocking-dms-lock)
17:13
Enhance the (SQLITE_DEBUG-only) json_parse() routine so that it shows a decoding of JSONB when given a BLOB argument. (check-in: af267868 user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:57
Give the json_valid() function an optional second argument that determines what is meant by "valid". (check-in: a4e19ad4 user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:08
Pickup stray oput?() calls that should have gone to stdout. Simplify console line reading, sacrificing speed (which does not matter then) for code size. (Leaf check-in: 8e20645c user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
12:36
Convert the json_tree() and json_each() virtual tables over to use JSONB has their internal representation. (check-in: ec18caa3 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:30
All tests passing. (Closed-Leaf check-in: b5a5660c user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
2023-11-26
00:56
Fix corner-case error conditions. (check-in: ec23d34a user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
00:48
Same results as the legacy JsonNode implementation on a small set of test cases. (check-in: c3da4b07 user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
2023-11-25
23:00
Remove unused elements from the json_tree() cursor. (check-in: 914a5011 user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
20:59
Remove the vestigal JsonNode logic from json_tree() and json_each(). (check-in: 66c2ab9e user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
19:28
Almost working. Path is still not exactly right when Root is defined on json_tree(). (check-in: 92258246 user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
18:11
Generate the fullkey and path columns of json_tree(). (check-in: ffaa468a user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
13:40
Handle the path argument to json_tree() and json_each(). (check-in: fded8884 user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
2023-11-24
21:57
Continuing work on json_tree() against a JSONB. (check-in: 3df891cb user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
20:14
Add the --buildonly and --dryrun options to testrunner.tcl. (check-in: a0c87ae9 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:44
Incremental progress toward getting json_each() and json_tree() to work directly off of a JSONB blob. (check-in: f8cab41b user: drh tags: jsonb-tree)
18:33
Allow a pattern to filter test scripts to be appended to testrunner.tcl "mdevtest", "sdevtest" and "release" commands. e.g. "tclsh test/testrunner.tcl sdevtest fts5%". (check-in: f8ea0b58 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:17
Get all CLI print calls which went to stdout in 3.44.0 to do so again. (check-in: d65d9579 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
15:58
Get all CLI print calls which went to stdout in 3.44.0 to continue going to stdout. (check-in: e9951ede user: larrybr tags: trunk)
14:25
Fix jsonParseReset() to properly clear the JsonParse.aBlob element. (check-in: ab2644aa user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:03
Omit precompiled binaries from the source tree. (check-in: 7dbc2f49 user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:02
Omit precompiled binaries from the source tree. (check-in: 3a8a75bf user: drh tags: console-io-lib)
14:01
Omit the precompiled binary from the source tree. (check-in: 4ff103d2 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:41
Merge the latest trunk enhancements and fixes into the jsonb branch. (check-in: a838ebcb user: drh tags: jsonb)
13:30
CLI .output/.once to not redirect ".timer on" results. (check-in: 626c4353 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
13:26
CLI .output/.once to not redirect ".timer on" results. (check-in: ce766ed5 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
12:48
Merge 3.44.2 changes into the reuse-schema-3.44 sub-branch. (Leaf check-in: 2b9d5ff7 user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.44)
12:42
Merge 3.44.2 changes into the bedrock-3.44 sub-branch. (Leaf check-in: 1d9dfad0 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.44)
12:38
Merge 3.44.2 changes into the wal2-3.44 sub-branch. (Leaf check-in: 0118e8c9 user: drh tags: wal2-3.44)
12:33
Merge 3.44.2 changes into the begin-concurrent-3.44 sub-branch. (Leaf check-in: 6d97426f user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.44)
11:41
Version 3.44.2 (check-in: ebead0e7 user: drh tags: release, branch-3.44, version-3.44.2)
2023-11-23
12:12
Another assertion fault fix, similar to [a9443dbfbe25e588]. (check-in: f796da62 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:59
Fix a incomplete assert() statement in sqlite3SubqueryColumnTypes(). (Closed-Leaf check-in: 844e05ed user: drh tags: mistake)
11:45
Fix harmless compiler warnings in debugging code. (check-in: db40272c user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:29
Fix an fts5 problem that could occur when mixing regular and secure delete operations on a single table. (check-in: 25fb5a54 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:21
Increase the version number to 3.44.2. (check-in: 73d3cb79 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:18
Fix an fts5 problem that could occur when mixing regular and secure delete operations on a single table. (check-in: 8eb3f400 user: dan tags: trunk)
07:10
Fix output redirect bug reported in the forum. (check-in: 60bdd5c3 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
07:08
Fix output redirect bug reported in the forum. (check-in: ce542fee user: larrybr tags: trunk)
07:06
Fix output redirect bug reported in the forum. (check-in: 2ab256bc user: larrybr tags: branch-3.44)
2023-11-22
22:59
Minor doc fix in src/betreeInt.h, prompted by an email report. No code changes. (check-in: 30d49aae user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:24
For CLI build with unused function warnings on, #ifdef out a console I/O function, fPutbUtf8(). (check-in: da36f90d user: larrybr tags: trunk)
21:15
Add documentation for new fts5 auxiliary function APIs. (check-in: 9be8969e user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
20:02
Defer building xInstToken() hash-table until it is to be used. (check-in: 9b005085 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
19:02
Fix tokendata=1 and xInstToken() APIs for detail=none and detail=column tables. (check-in: 37b271c1 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
17:13
Correct the URL for loading sqlite3-worker1-bundler-friendly.mjs from sqlite3-worker1-promiser-bundler-friendly.js, so that the promiser can be used in bundler-using environments. Problem reported via email. (check-in: b1128838 user: stephan tags: branch-3.44)
17:11
Correct the URL for loading sqlite3-worker1-bundler-friendly.mjs from sqlite3-worker1-promiser-bundler-friendly.js, so that the promiser can be used in bundler-using environments. Problem reported via email. (check-in: 753a7521 user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:32
Merge the 3.44.1 patches into a new sub-branch of reuse-schema. (check-in: 24fc47af user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.44)
16:15
Merge the version 3.44.1 patch into a new sub-branch of bedrock. (check-in: 84f42157 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.44)
15:34
Merge the 3.44.1 patches into a sub-branch of wal2. (check-in: 2672572c user: drh tags: wal2-3.44)
15:29
Merge the 3.44.1 patches into a new sub-branch of begin-concurrent. (check-in: 7a1a114b user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.44)
14:18
Version 3.44.1 (check-in: d295f48e user: drh tags: release, branch-3.44, version-3.44.1)
2023-11-21
22:36
Inserts invalid JSONB should return "malformed JSON", not a json path error. (check-in: 306ee66f user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:13
Direct editing of JSONB using json_insert() and json_set(). (check-in: fffb7a95 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:05
Correct blob-to-text rendering in some corner cases. (check-in: 7822e0e5 user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:46
Pickup minor stylistic changes related to console I/O and, for Windows builds, get fact of UTF-16 translation into the sign-on banner. (a straight cherry-pick) (check-in: d7a59e79 user: larrybr tags: branch-3.44)
18:37
Pickup minor changes related to console I/O. (check-in: 24774e77 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
18:26
Merge console I/O changes for Windows CLI. (check-in: 935a8a8e user: larrybr tags: trunk)
18:23
Fix the translation of JSON5 numeric values from BLOB into text. (check-in: 40c4fb44 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:54
Merge all recent trunk fixes and enhancements into the jsonb branch. (check-in: 6d78d50e user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:51
Make edits directly to the JSONB BLOB when the input to json_replace() is a JSONB. (check-in: d69c6ace user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:55
Sync w/trunk as pre-merge-to-trunk sanity check. (check-in: 448d6a11 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
12:02
Fix the trace3-4.4 test to be more rebust against timing quirks. (check-in: 8936daa0 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-11-20
15:58
Back out an incorrect change to the sqlite3ExprCompareSkip() function from long ago. (check-in: 89658abb user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
15:54
Back out an incorrect change to the sqlite3ExprCompareSkip() function that was added way back on 2019-08-22 for [44578865fa7baf97|check-in 44578865fa7ba] and which was only today discovered to be incorrect by forum post 45ec3d9788. (check-in: f5b3eb0f user: drh tags: trunk)
13:59
Arrange to not compile unused console I/O function. (check-in: 184a0cd2 user: larrybr tags: branch-3.44)
13:12
Convert an assert in OP_VCheck into a branch that aborts the opcode, as this can happen on some very obscure conditions, as discovered by dbsqlfuzz. (check-in: 0d5f6871 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
13:06
Convert an assert in OP_VCheck into a branch that aborts the opcode, as this can happen on some very obscure conditions, as discovered by dbsqlfuzz. Test case in TH3. (check-in: 7946c795 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:00
Cherry pick additional assert() fixes from trunk into the branch-3.44 branch. (check-in: 6d8a8b70 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:50
Fix an assert() in fts5 that could be true following an OOM or IO error in contentless-delete mode. (check-in: 80a0bd7a user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:40
Fix an assert() in fts5 that could be true following an OOM or IO error in contentless-delete mode. (check-in: 3fe89238 user: dan tags: trunk)
00:21
Cherrypick shell1.test fix. (check-in: 91c888ed user: larrybr tags: trunk)
00:20
Cherrypick shell1.test fix. (check-in: 39e30c5f user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-19
17:33
Fix test 5.0 in shell1.test for Windows. (A double-quote wrapped single-quote needs no further treatment to be recognized as a single single-quote.) (check-in: aaa73400 user: larrybr tags: branch-3.44)
2023-11-18
22:10
Merge changes to do Windows console I/O with UTF-16. (check-in: f782054e user: larrybr tags: branch-3.44)
20:24
Correct conditional compilation issue seen with MSVC in the Win32 mutex subsystem. (check-in: 6c069c5d user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
18:36
Correct conditional compilation issue seen with MSVC in the Win32 mutex subsystem. (check-in: 6f8f4bfe user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
17:20
When ENABLE_SETLK is defined, avoid ever blocking on the lock mutex in os_unix.c when requesting an exclusive lock. (check-in: eb36d475 user: dan tags: trunk)
12:06
Adjust an assert() in fts5WritePoslistData() so that it only applies if there have been no prior errors. dbsqlfuzz 25dca9b2568f67dc78a0e32ff280133fe71994bd. (check-in: 257cdbab user: drh tags: trunk)
11:23
Another assertion fault fix, similar to [a9443dbfbe25e588]. dbsqlfuzz 2d9af4e94aca188e0092900eec711401c5d51687. (check-in: 3afaeac5 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-11-17
19:01
When SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT is defined, use a separate mutex in os_unix.c for each shm locking slot. (check-in: 64691df9 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:55
Add the new "run-fuzzcheck" target on the autoconf unix makefile. Requires that FUZZDB be set to the name of the fuzz-data database file. (check-in: 8fa3915d user: drh tags: trunk)
17:25
Add an assert() to prove the sqlite3_prepare() always either returns SQLITE_OK or else leaves *ppStmt set to NULL. See forum post 70bb8576c6c084c2. (check-in: feadd402 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:10
When SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT is defined, use a separate mutex in os_unix.c for each shm locking slot. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 4098df96 user: dan tags: unix-setlk-timeout-mutexes)
17:03
Merge the latest trunk enhancements and fixes into the jsonb branch. (check-in: 162f0509 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:22
Fix harmless compiler warnings in debugging code. (check-in: ce6a7562 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:58
Fix an incorrect assert() associated with ALTER TABLE where an unknown aggregate function contains an ORDER BY clause. dbsqlfuzz e0900262dadd5c78c2226ad6a435c7f0255be2cd. (check-in: a9443dbf user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-11-16
21:11
When querying a tokendata=1 fts5 table, do not use a prefix cursor for the case where the term has only one variant. (check-in: d711c96b user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
20:50
Cherrypick changes to simplify and make more rational how console I/O package features are selected. (Leaf check-in: b20c9f17 user: larrybr tags: consio-3.44)
18:31
Simplify and make more rational how console I/O package features are selected. (Motivated by Fiddle and other command-line utilities to soon use the package.) No substantive code-execution changes. (check-in: 1cde0587 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-15
20:32
Both json_remove() jsonb_remove() work on pure JSONB as long as the input is JSONB. (check-in: 68d55173 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:21
Some simple test cases for JSONB direct remove. (check-in: 8cb4d2cb user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:19
Changes so that if SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT is defined as 2 instead of 1, all blocking locks are taken for a single millisecond and the default busy-handler invoked as normal. (check-in: 79e24ec3 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:55
jsonb_remove() now works without having to use a JsonNode parse, assuming that the input is JSONB. (check-in: 5207679e user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:47
The jsonb_remove() routine now appears to be working. (Closed-Leaf check-in: e76d4813 user: drh tags: jsonb-remove)
16:54
Get Fiddle build to succeed. (It runs, too, but not from changes here.) (check-in: 957ebaa2 user: larrybr tags: consio-3.44)
16:10
Work toward getting jsonb_remove() to work directly on JSONB blobs. (check-in: a79ff8e5 user: drh tags: jsonb-remove)
15:20
Changes to console I/O for Fiddle build, to always defer to C library (as before.) A WIP, pending testing with Fiddle build. (check-in: 45b8061e user: larrybr tags: consio-3.44)
14:09
Improvements to the description of sqlite3_errmsg() and sqlite3_errstr(). (check-in: fe5cc416 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:23
Merge all the latest enhancements and fixes from trunk into the jsonb branch. (check-in: ba91408f user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:45
Add implementation of xInstToken() API. (check-in: a34b26fe user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
11:31
Fix an exception misuse in test-opfs-vfs.js. (check-in: 9264955e user: stephan tags: trunk)
08:59
JNI: add more wrapper1 Sqlite.Blob tests. (check-in: d63f6e1f user: stephan tags: trunk)
08:29
JNI: clear out the sqlite3_context native pointer after calling UDF callbacks which do not have an argv (as was already done for those which have an argv). Add related tests and code commentary. (check-in: 138f4054 user: stephan tags: trunk)
06:28
JNI doc updates. (check-in: 1b1f36a2 user: stephan tags: trunk)
06:10
JNI: add the @Experimental annotation and mark all java.nio.ByteBuffer-related methods with it. (check-in: 0f4b2231 user: stephan tags: trunk)
05:08
JNI test code cleanups. (check-in: 09142ac1 user: stephan tags: trunk)
04:55
JNI: add CONFIG_LOG and CONFIG_SQLLOG support to wrapper1. Code-adjacent cleanups. (check-in: 83c49b9e user: stephan tags: trunk)
03:02
JNI: apply an internal level of API indirection to avoid having to work with massively-mangled names for the various sqlite3_config() overloads. (check-in: 24f20663 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-11-14
16:53
Add NEVER() to a branch made unreachable by [6f9eed826f5b3d1c]. (check-in: 26dcaa34 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:59
JNI: reimplement Tester2.execSql() using the high-level API. (check-in: 3a69679e user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:50
Fix another obscure problem with nested aggregates. dbsqlfuzz 04408efc51. This might be a better fix than the one at [4a587c3492faa994]. (check-in: 6f9eed82 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:38
JNI: add Sqlite.Stmt.step(boolean) overload which returns the result code of sqlite3_step() unless passed true, in which case it throws for any result other than ROW or DONE. The intent is to simplify handling of LOCKED and BUSY errors. (check-in: f4f1cc20 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:51
Extra PRAGMA vdbe_addoptrace output showing when OP_Column gets translated into OP_Copy due to using a coroutine instead of a cursor. (check-in: eba180e7 user: drh tags: trunk)
05:33
JNI: use ByteBuffer.limit() instead of ByteBuffer.capacity() when figuring out where the logical end of a ByteBuffer is, for reasons explained at length in new code comments. This is unfortunately slower but is the correct way to do it. (check-in: 51539419 user: stephan tags: trunk)
04:59
JNI: add sqlite3_blob_read_nio_buffer() and iron out the blob/ByteBuffer interface somewhat. (check-in: 7df317b4 user: stephan tags: trunk)
03:31
Cherry-pick some assert()s to cover misuse of *Put*() from 500+ shell.c callers. (check-in: c1a53c28 user: larrybr tags: consio-3.44)
03:24
Add a few asserts into *Put*() functions to catch calls that might cause an address fault. (check-in: 2341f9b6 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
02:43
JNI: change sqlite3_prepare_multi()'s exception-handling semantics to be more C-like and, to support that, add the package-private sqlite3_jni_db_error() method to set the db error state from package-level Java code. (check-in: 46656b35 user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:33
JNI: add sqlite3_blob_write() overload which accepts a java.nio.ByteBuffer. Cleanups in adjacent code. (check-in: ca32af85 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-11-13
23:11
JNI: add sqlite3_column_nio_buffer() and sqlite3_value_nio_buffer() using an only-slightly roundabout approach to creating properly-sized ByteBuffer objects. (check-in: efbc82b2 user: stephan tags: trunk)
18:35
JNI: add sqlite3_result_nio_buffer() and tests. Discover that we cannot create sensible sqlite3_column_nio_buffer() or sqlite3_value_nio_buffer() counterparts because of ByteBuffer interface limitations. (check-in: 44b4df01 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:45
Manual merge of branch-3.44 with 3 sources affected/created by console-io-lib changes. (check-in: 18ebcf11 user: larrybr tags: consio-3.44)
17:26
Mistaken creation by a Fossil expert-to-be-maybe. (Leaf check-in: 2e3e98a4 user: larrybr tags: mistake)
15:59
Cure many warnings from gcc, clang and CL.exe. (check-in: 29ea2a3a user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
14:58
JNI: add sqlite3_bind_nio_buffer() and initial tests for binding ByteBuffer objects as blobs on JVMs which have JNI support for nio buffers. (check-in: b10ce1ef user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:29
Add new fts5 API xQueryToken(). (check-in: 82856639 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
13:01
Fix var-intro after executable code departure from old C. (check-in: 08996f4f user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
12:53
Slight cleanup of length-limited strpbrk() replacement, and eliminate strpbrk() call. (check-in: 97e2c962 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
12:05
Remove an incorrect ALWAYS() and NEVER(). (check-in: 94f62093 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
05:24
Enhance console_io to permit emits limited in various ways, such as valid UTF-8, upto control chars, or with counted limits, all getting away from 0-termination as the sole limit. In CLI, use this capability to avoid certain emit-chars-singly procedures that were breaking up UTF-8 characters. This fixes broken json mode output (on Windows) and (maybe) C-literal-like emits. (check-in: 906c5c40 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-12
19:57
Add sqlite3_x86.exe unversioned binary. (check-in: a731cddd user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
03:58
Use setOutputStream() to designate implicit output for oput{z,f}() emit functions, and use them extensively. (check-in: 7850fb98 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
00:43
Write BOM without fwrite(), using sputz() so that if it goes to the console, it is translated "properly". (check-in: 06ef96a8 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-11
22:53
Remove SHELL_LEGACY_CONSOLE_IO PP symbol and code it made active. (It is in the repo if ever needed/wanted, but it is just inferior or dead code now.) (check-in: 27c5bf65 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
20:46
Complete shell transition to using {f,o,e}put{f,z}() emit functions. (check-in: 923c6b8b user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
14:50
JNI wrapper1: when checking for an out-of-bounds statement column index, perform the is-statement-finalized check before the range check so that the former exception trumps the latter. (check-in: 0832f9a8 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:43
Do not cache a statement's column count in the JNI wrapper1 API because an ALTER TABLE via another statement may invalidate it, as reported in forum post 6d80efd58d4591c7. (check-in: a6ab88e9 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:09
Fix malf with redirected input due to bad assumption that stdin is a console in the fgets() replacement. (check-in: 79d1f2c1 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
06:20
Pervasive changes to console_io.{c,h} in support of simplifying ubiquitous emit ops in shell, and to get better control of console streams that might be opened only via .read or .output commands. Changes to shell to use {s,o,e}put{f,z}(...) calls for initial testing, but this check-in has few such conversions so that most will be in a separate check-in. Many renames to better follow recent coding convention. This code seems to be working, but has not been tested on difficult platforms or with multiple console hosts yet. So it is a WIP. (check-in: 14762a00 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-10
21:03
Fix another problem with mixed join types and the RIGHT JOIN strength-reduction optimization. (check-in: 8f01f8b2 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
20:55
Fix another problem with mixed join types and the RIGHT JOIN strength-reduction optimization. Forum post befdab472d. (check-in: f1eae192 user: dan tags: trunk)
20:46
Additional debugging information on the tree-dump of the BETWEEN operator. (check-in: aca31e49 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:35
Remove an incorrect ALWAYS() that was inserted yesterday [1e039b6eb59c0001]. (check-in: 12885e29 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:59
Merge recent trunk enhancements and fixes into the jsonb branch. (check-in: 091a5f05 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:49
Ensure 8-byte alignment of data structues in sqlite3_database_file_object(). This should have appeared on trunk originally and then be cherry-picked onto the branch. Oh well.... (check-in: ac39800b user: drh tags: trunk)
16:29
Remove a NEVER() from whereAddIndexedExpr() that is reachable if there is an unknown indexed function in the schema. (check-in: a976b720 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:20
Fix an obscure problem with the join-strength-reduction optimization that could occur when mixing LEFT and RIGHT joins in the same query. (check-in: dcf1c137 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
15:03
Fix an obscure problem with the join-strength-reduction optimization that could occur when mixing LEFT and RIGHT joins in the same query. Forum post 7f74ce0bee and separately post d64f0abe723ac98e. The problem was introduced by check-in [d747afda5683ca5f]. (check-in: 530d10e9 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:01
Expose the missing SQLITE_SUBTYPE to wasm. (check-in: 7bebfe20 user: stephan tags: branch-3.44)
15:00
Expose the missing SQLITE_SUBTYPE to wasm. (check-in: ac9534b2 user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:00
Expose the missing SQLITE_SUBTYPE to JNI. (check-in: 0f92f4c9 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:15
Expose SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE to JNI. (check-in: 3bf75875 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:13
Fix a potential UAF caused by JSON parser cache spill. (Leaf check-in: ce3fc4fc user: drh tags: bedrock-3.43)
2023-11-09
18:41
Ensure 8-byte alignment of data structues in sqlite3_database_file_object(). (check-in: 3cfcaafa user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
17:55
Expose SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE to wasm. (check-in: fc039886 user: stephan tags: branch-3.44)
17:53
Expose SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE to wasm. (check-in: 6d2fe984 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:42
Add the SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE flag for application-defined functions. Add the -DSQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE=1 compile-time option that raises an error if any function invokes sqlite3_result_subtype() without the SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE flag. SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE prevents an indexed value of that function from being used to replace an equivalent expression, since the indexed expression does not carry the subtype. (check-in: 65a9cfc4 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
17:36
Add the SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE flag for application-defined functions. Add the -DSQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE=1 compile-time option that raises an error if any function invokes sqlite3_result_subtype() without the SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE flag. SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE prevents an indexed value of that function from being used to replace an equivalent expression, since the indexed expression does not carry the subtype. Fix for the problem described at forum post 68d284c86b082c3e. (check-in: ba789a78 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:28
Fix compilation issue seen with MSVC. (check-in: 0dfe790d user: mistachkin tags: trunk)
17:26
Put an ALWAYS on an true branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 1e039b6e user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
16:52
Futher documentation refinements. (check-in: 311c2eba user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
15:01
Fixes: (1) In the ->> function, instead of setting a subtype and clearing it, do not set it in the first place, as doing the set would trigger an error under SQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE. (2) Allow the SQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE through the property filter on sqlite3_create_function(). (check-in: 6195468b user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
13:00
A .class file build dependencies fix in the JNI build. (check-in: 8cc32915 user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:58
Add the SQLITE_STRICT_SUBTYPE compile-time option. This change reveals that the current SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE design does not work unless we tag the ->> operator with SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE. But that will disable an important optimization. (check-in: e98a9a65 user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
12:48
Add some notes about the JNI pointer-passing approach and convert a couple of potential NullPointerExceptions into appropriate C result codes. Clarify that invocation of undefined behaviour from the Java API does not (due to the addition of defensive code) mean the same thing as it does in C (e.g. no NULL pointer dereferences). (check-in: 19c4778f user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:17
Do not replace expressions that return subtypes with values taken from an index. (check-in: a35d13db user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
12:08
Omit the new SQLITE_VALUE_SUBTYPE name. Stay with legacy SQLTIE_SUBTYPE. Add extra documentation to sqlite3_value_subtype() and sqlite3_result_subtype() indicating that the SQLITE_SUBTYPE and SQLITE_RESULT_SUBTYPE properties are required on functions that use those interfaces. (check-in: 563ad3be user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
12:01
Two more JNI build fixes for Windows/MinGW, reported in forum post 4f949edc312d2a75. (check-in: a3f9c390 user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:56
JSON5 bug fix: Escape double-quotes that occur inside of single-quoted strings. (check-in: 6cc57bb2 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
01:54
JSON5 bug fix: Escape double-quotes that occur inside of single-quoted strings. Forum post ddcad3e884. (check-in: 1c98d46d user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-11-08
21:38
Make a distinction between functions that consume subtypes and functions that generate subtypes. (check-in: 48a92e3a user: drh tags: func-rw-subtype)
18:08
Do not cover expressions using an indexed expression if the indexed expression is a function that might set a subtype. (Closed-Leaf check-in: e908b26a user: drh tags: idx-expr-fix)
17:11
Merge recent trunk enhancements into the jsonb branch, and especially the finer-grain characterization of JSON function properties. (check-in: 72393b00 user: drh tags: jsonb)
16:37
More precise characterization of JSON functions. Indicate when functions might return JSON (subtype 'J') and when they make use of the function argument cache. (check-in: b2b62546 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:56
Have the shell tool emit a warning if the user attempts to use ".scanstats vm" in a non-SQLITE_ENABLE_BYTECODE_VTAB build. (check-in: 3978c084 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:51
Remove old files related to wapptest.tcl from test/ directory. (check-in: dd3e7b5b user: dan tags: trunk)
15:49
Avoid blocking as part of passive checkpoint operations, even if SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT is defined. (check-in: e5ecc404 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:34
Remove an unused/invalid test from the wasm suite. (check-in: 916ae898 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:55
Add declarations for new fts5 API functions. (check-in: b8a48cc1 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
12:56
JNI build fixes for platforms where the jint type is not the same as int, as reported in forum post 9089d2049a. (check-in: b32b0873 user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:45
Suppress harmless UBSAN warnings about memory overflow in OP_AddImm. The exact same machine code is generated by GCC. (check-in: b0594383 user: drh tags: trunk)
00:12
Changes a no-op call to freeP4() into an assert(). (check-in: 32a7b1bd user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-11-07
20:56
Add -DSQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT=1 to a release-test configuration. (check-in: cd3e38fb user: dan tags: trunk)
20:11
Fix an assert() that could fail within calls to sqlite3_snapshot_open() in SQLITE_ENABLE_SETLK_TIMEOUT builds. (check-in: 84634bc2 user: dan tags: trunk)
19:39
An attempt to work around compilation errors on MinGW reported in forum post 9089d2049a. (check-in: d5658a3e user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:30
Refactor MBCS/UTF-8 translation to avoid extra allocations, supporting non-formatted (faster) output. Some code cleanup. Wrap .system/.shell command exection with restoration of startup console mode and renewing mode setup. Changes to make legacy MBCS build work better (than legacy did, even with --no-utf8.) (check-in: d5e88fcd user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
19:15
Update the documentation to the sqlite3_set_auxdata() and sqlite3_get_auxdata() routines to make it clear that they do not work as one might expect when they are called during query planning, instead of during query execution. The JSON routines misuse those interfaces, so add a special flag to JSON routines that prevents them from being invoked during query planning. (check-in: 36259009 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
19:03
Update the documentation to the sqlite3_set_auxdata() and sqlite3_get_auxdata() routines to make it clear that they do not work as one might expect when they are called during query planning, instead of during query execution. The JSON routines misuse those interfaces, so add a special flag to JSON routines that prevents them from being invoked during query planning. Fix for the problem in forum post a655ee159eca1ea5. (check-in: 796a23f9 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:02
Do not allow aggregate or window functions in UPDATE statements. (Leaf check-in: fce776cc user: dan tags: no-aggregates-in-update)
17:15
JNI: during static init record whether the current JVM supports JNI-level access to java.nio.ByteBuffer raw memory, and add sqlite3_jni_supports_nio() to query that. (check-in: fb8dbb77 user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:56
Add Sqlite.prepareMulti() to JNI wrapper1, for preparing multiple statements from a single input. (check-in: e4670d68 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:44
Diverse minor cleanups in the JNI pieces. (check-in: 35233dd9 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:22
Flesh out [7a63b5b65a79] to be able to build JNI with or without SQLITE_ENABLE_COLUMN_METADATA. (check-in: fcee41b3 user: stephan tags: trunk)
02:41
Get dependencies into make recipes. Get legacy console I/O (-DSHELL_LEGACY_CONSOLE_IO) working. Due to movement of MBCS/UTF-8 translation into traditional stream I/O simulacra, the input translation does not happen the same way. (It works the same, but fails differently and a bit better.) Added printf() and fputs() look-alikes, and made CLI use them. (check-in: 1721dc6a user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-06
21:57
Add -DSQLITE_ENABLE_COLUMN_METADATA to the JNI build, as per forum post 9205518c0568fdf0. Add tests for the functions that flag enables so that the build will fail if that flag is missing. (check-in: 7a63b5b6 user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:16
Merge latest trunk into this branch. (check-in: 3a869cf1 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
19:08
Update the srctree-check.tcl script and child script so that they can be run on a read-only source tree and so that if any inconsistencies are found, the script returns a non-zero exit code and thus halts the build. (check-in: a0cc7e81 user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
19:01
Fix an fts5 problem where a transaction consisting of (a) a DELETE on rowid X, (b) a prefix query, and (c) an INSERT on rowid X, could corrupt the index. (check-in: 34af510a user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
18:40
Fix an fts5 problem where a transaction consisting of (a) a DELETE on rowid X, (b) a prefix query, and (c) an INSERT on rowid X, could corrupt the index. (check-in: c2058a04 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:32
Merge trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: ac557061 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
15:31
Move console_io lib to its own subdirectory, etc/consio . (check-in: 1d0583f2 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
15:15
Some renaming, warnings cured, and more coding convention conformance. (check-in: 58815f0a user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
13:24
Add an fputs() equivalent to console I/O lib, and use in CLI. (check-in: d661f907 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
03:09
Cause CLI to use console_io library. (check-in: bf66a7c1 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
00:15
Make MSVC accept it, too. (Cannot use static const int as part of a constant expression?) (check-in: bb278d24 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-05
23:55
Make it buildable. Pull test program from testee. Zap stray fprintf(). (check-in: 2b850aca user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
19:42
Input working. No line-editor provisions yet. (WIP, but suitable for testing.) (check-in: e8568b1d user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
04:20
Add incremental blob I/O support to JNI wrapper1. (check-in: 7f1c76fe user: stephan tags: trunk)
03:37
JNI wrapper1 normalizeSql() now throws UnsupportedOperationException, instead of returning null, if built without SQLITE_ENABLE_NORMALIZE. Remove SQLITE_PREPARE_NORMALIZE from the JNI interface because it's a legacy no-op. (check-in: d081a126 user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:55
Add authorizer support to JNI wrapper1. (check-in: 773f9873 user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:39
Add progress-handler support to JNI wrapper1. Correct the return type of the extended_result_codes() JNI binding and expose it to wrapper1. (check-in: 6c0acfdc user: stephan tags: trunk)
01:21
Setup, takedown, mode set and output working. No input yet. (WIP) (check-in: dfea85be user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
01:14
Add update-hook support to JNI wrapper1. (check-in: 6c584cf2 user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:48
Add commit/rollback hook support to JNI wrapper1. (check-in: ff3d44fe user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:02
Add busy-handler support to JNI wrapper1. (check-in: dcf579ab user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-11-04
23:37
Bind collation and collation-needed to JNI wrapper1 and correct the callback return type for collation-needed callbacks in the lower-level JNI binding. (check-in: 0f673140 user: stephan tags: trunk)
22:47
Wrap the sqlite3_backup API in the JNI wrapper1 API. (check-in: 3ee6cc29 user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:51
Reimplement auto-extensions in Java for use with the JNI wrapper1 API. (check-in: 14ed4c64 user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:44
Ensure that the YYYY-MM-DD input to date and time functions has been normalized prior to returning a result. Forum post 6bb476897e. (check-in: b692eb8c user: drh tags: trunk)
16:01
Expose context_db_handle() to the JNI wrapper1 API and clean up some related tests. (check-in: c23123af user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:37
Rework the JNI wrapper1 variants of status() and db_status() to be more Java-esque. (check-in: 40ad3920 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:16
Bind the bool-flag sqlite3_db_config() variants to the JNI wrapper1 API. (check-in: b5cdcb92 user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:53
Bind the trace API to the JNI wrapper1 API and add a way to map the native-level db/stmt types to their high-level counterparts (required for translating callbacks such as tracers). (check-in: 702910e0 user: stephan tags: trunk)
02:22
Define interface between project command-line apps and a console I/O "library". (check-in: 64abef83 user: larrybr tags: console-io-lib)
2023-11-03
18:45
Back out the ALWAYS inserted late yesterday. The fuzzer discovered a counter-example. (check-in: 57063557 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:20
Fix a case where adjacent tokens are handled incorrectly by the fts5 snippet() function. (check-in: 8f5e9c19 user: dan tags: trunk)
13:00
Wrap more of the stmt API behind the JNI wrapper1 API. (check-in: 8fea23dc user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:09
Enhance the JSONB lookup routine with logic to apply edits. The new logic is currently unused and hence untested but does not create any regressions. (check-in: b1211027 user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:53
Bind the sqlite3_keyword_...() and sqlite3_compileoption_...() family of functions to the JNI wrapper1 API. (check-in: b2724241 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:41
Update the tool/srctree-check.tcl script so that it verifies that autoconf has been run following edits to VERSION. (check-in: 52ab3deb user: drh tags: trunk)
11:35
Merge all the latest trunk fixes and enhancements into the jsonb branch. (check-in: b089bf46 user: drh tags: jsonb)
10:15
Update the version number to 3.45.0 to begin the next development cycle. (check-in: 15b618e9 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-11-02
22:39
Mark a branch made always-true by the penultimate check-in with ALWAYS(). (check-in: 268b5984 user: drh tags: trunk)
22:11
In the previous check-in, use a u32 instead of an int, to make it easier to prove that the integer will never overflow. (check-in: 51002079 user: drh tags: trunk)
21:02
Fix a spurious "misuse of aggregate function" error that could occur when an aggregate function was used within the FROM clause of a sub-select of the select that owns the aggregate. e.g. "SELECT (SELECT x FROM (SELECT sum(t1.a) AS x)) FROM t1". Forum post c9970a37ed. (check-in: 4470f657 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:22
Add the "remove_diacritics" option to the fts5 trigram tokenizer. (check-in: 0d501724 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:10
Fix a problem with amalgamation builds on this branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 8f046c82 user: dan tags: fts5-trigram-diacritics)
18:08
Merge latest JNI pieces into trunk. (check-in: e8c97fae user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:31
Add the "remove_diacritics" option to the fts5 trigram tokenizer. (check-in: 83da8013 user: dan tags: fts5-trigram-diacritics)
13:10
One more tweak to tool/srctree-check.tcl so that a complete build can be accomplished from a read-only source tree. (check-in: cba9f060 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:05
Update the srctree-check.tcl script and child script so that they can be run on a read-only source tree and so that if any inconsistencies are found, the script returns a non-zero exit code and thus halts the build. (check-in: 58eb5440 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:14
Update the version number to 3.44.1 (check-in: 34f23c3d user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:08
CLI to compile with older MSVC compiler. (check-in: c8bf4f7a user: drh tags: branch-3.44)
11:04
CLI to compile with older MSVC compiler. (check-in: c89f75f8 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
2023-11-01
20:09
Remove some outdated JNI docs. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 52aef3d0 user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
19:35
Update the windows build documentation to provide the exact command used to build the DLLs that appear on the download page. (check-in: 3524a891 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:33
Fix testrunner.tcl so that it accepts a relative path as an argument to the --zipvfs switch. (check-in: c1ed7ed0 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:12
Bring the jsonb branch up-to-date with version 3.44.0 changes. (check-in: a420a4f7 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:50
Version 3.44.0 for the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: 30403ce2 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
12:45
Version 3.44.0 for the bedrock branch. (check-in: 827cf67f user: drh tags: bedrock)
12:41
Version 3.44.0 for the wal2 branch (check-in: 470152fd user: drh tags: wal2)
12:38
Version 3.44.0 for the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 291d6b44 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
11:23
Version 3.44.0 (check-in: 17129ba1 user: drh tags: trunk, release, major-release, version-3.44.0)
2023-10-31
17:40
Fix harmless compiler warnings in test code. (check-in: d1895dd8 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:39
Fix a problem with SQLITE_ENABLE_FTS5 builds of the non-amalgamation testfixture.exe in Makefile.msc. (check-in: 544091cc user: dan tags: trunk)
2023-10-30
23:20
Remedy CLI non-UTF8 handling detection flaw noted in a forum post. (check-in: a4c7954b user: larrybr tags: trunk)
23:05
Merge the latest 3.44.0 release candidate changes into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: 28f9a559 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
23:04
Remedy CLI non-UTF8 handling detection flaw noted in a forum post. (Leaf check-in: 2666b80d user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
22:57
Merge the latest 3.44.0 release candidate patches into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 956b03a4 user: drh tags: bedrock)
21:46
Merge the latest 3.44.0 changes into wal2 branch. (check-in: 4f65ae2d user: drh tags: wal2)
21:39
Merge the latest trunk changes into the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: 9fa405eb user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
20:35
Update the autoconf/Makefile.msc so that it aligns with Makefile.msc. (check-in: c4f724de user: drh tags: trunk)
19:50
Dodge a nuisance warning from MSVC in CLI use of Prepared Statement Scan Status. (Yes, C rules are fine.) (check-in: 166c96d9 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
19:03
Add a cast to i64 for an integer in an sqlite3OsWrite() offset calculation. The cast is not strictly necessary, but it helps human readers see that the code is correct. (check-in: 7564ff1b user: drh tags: trunk)
18:48
Fix another comment typo. No code changes. (check-in: 3203256c user: drh tags: trunk)
18:17
Add FTS5 to default Makefile.msc builds. And UNKNOWN_SQL_FUNCTION and STMT_SCANSTATUS to default Makefile.msc shell builds. (check-in: e41fde2f user: dan tags: trunk)
18:09
Make the new sqlite3_get_clientdata() and sqlite3_set_clientdata() interfaces available to run-time loaded extensions. (check-in: 8fc9aa0f user: drh tags: trunk)
18:07
Fix problems with previous commit on Makefile.msc. Also some win32-specific test failures in fts5misc.test. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 527f2237 user: dan tags: shell-build-changes)
17:56
Fix typo in a comment. No code changes. (check-in: 424ef955 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:13
Add FTS5 to default Makefile.msc builds. And UNKNOWN_SQL_FUNCTION and STMT_SCANSTATUS to default Makefile.msc shell builds. (check-in: bf99ebba user: dan tags: shell-build-changes)
16:38
Predicate Windows CLI UTF-8 console I/O on a runtime capability check rather than an OS version check. (check-in: 0058ea6a user: larrybr tags: trunk)
13:56
Predicate Windows CLI UTF-8 console I/O on a runtime capability check rather than an OS version check. (check-in: f89d062f user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
12:09
With SQLITE_ENABLE_BLOCK_ATOMIC_WRITE enabled, if a transaction is committing and there is a new freelist page at the end of the database file which would cause the database file size to grow, ensure that page is written and the file size grows before the block-atomic-write commits. Fix for the problem identified by forum post 3bd8d497b2 (check-in: c9fdd680 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-29
20:05
For Windows CLI, institute a version check to determine default MBCS or UTF-8 translation on console I/O. (Default to UTF-8 where known possible.) (check-in: ddc6ead6 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
19:55
Simplify code slightly. Improve comments on added code and its use. (check-in: 046c8429 user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
16:26
Properly close a handle. Use a putatively effective runtime test for UTF-8 console I/O capability. (This makes the version test useful mainly for avoiding a warning that UTF-8 console I/O could not be setup.) (check-in: dc91eb91 user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
00:24
Condition default UTF-8 console I/O for Windows builds on OS version 10 or more. This is to accomodate an IsValidCodePage() API which may happily report CP_UTF8 as a valid code page when the stock console cannot, in fact, do UTF-8 I/O. (check-in: 6b9b2a88 user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
2023-10-28
16:19
Limit the range of integer unix timestamps in date4.test, since some systems (RaspberryPI) cannot deal with timestamp values that exceed pow(2,31). (check-in: 76529066 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:53
Update documentation for sqlite3_errmsg() to try to make it clear that if the schema of a database contains table names or similar with invalid UTF, then the error message generated by SQLite might also contain invalid UTF. No changes to code. (check-in: 33ba13c7 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:40
Since SQLite considers NaN to be like NULL and NULL sorts before any integer, make sure the sqlite3IntFloatCompare() routine reports that the integer argument is larger if the floating-point argument is NaN. (check-in: de1cf31a user: drh tags: trunk)
04:11
Remove the SQLITE_MAX_ALLOCATION_SIZE flag (set to 536mb) from the WASM build because it can unduly limit db exports via sqlite3_serialize(), as reported in forum post 75524f7342c1ba45. (check-in: 747b4e3a user: stephan tags: branch-3.43)
03:56
Merge trunk into jni-post-3.44 branch. (check-in: 9670eb24 user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
03:54
Remove the SQLITE_MAX_ALLOCATION_SIZE flag (set to 536mb) from the WASM build because it can unduly limit db exports via sqlite3_serialize(), as reported in forum post 75524f7342c1ba45. It now defaults to whatever sqlite3.c uses, which is currently just shy of 2gb. (check-in: f6e11379 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-10-27
23:02
Add missing docs for the JS Worker1 export method, as pointed out in forum post 75524f7342. (check-in: a7b267bd user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
21:44
Fix cosmetic flaw in SQLITE_TXN_* doc. (no code change) (check-in: 72d7c18f user: larrybr tags: trunk)
21:05
Export sqlite3_get_autocommit() to WASM and add tests for it. (check-in: 7cb6d3cd user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
18:16
Disable two rtree test cases for Linux-i686. We do not have that platform available for testing. The test cases work on all other 64-bit and 32-bit platforms that we have at hand. So there is no way for us to debug this problem. Better to disable the test. forum post ffcbf789b5386573. (check-in: fed4d6e9 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:40
Add makefile targets for fuzzcheck-asan and fuzzcheck-ubsan. (check-in: 27fc1430 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:31
Fix to Makefile.in so that the "tool-zip" target can be run from outside the source tree. (check-in: cd118da9 user: dan tags: trunk)
13:59
Cleanup shell.c comments. Hide -utf8 option, as it is undocumented and accepted only for backward compatibility. No functional changes except for -help content. (check-in: 3a879955 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
10:49
Back out [2904fcbeebba9189], mostly. The page bitmap is needed even for a partial integrity_check in order to avoid an infinite loops while walking the database. (check-in: dd6e03b3 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-26
18:41
In CLI for Windows builds, do MBCS/UTF-8 translation independently for input and output. (And cure an MSVC warning.) (check-in: 80f0b6f9 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
18:24
Handle utf8 mode restore better for redirected input or output. Move utf8 mode setup to before any invocation command processing. Sync w/trunk. (Leaf check-in: 59452e7c user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
17:30
Enhance the "tool-zip" makefile target on Windows so that it uses more universally available commands to build the ZIP archive. Fix other minor issues with that makefile target at the same time. (check-in: d2f2f912 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:59
Further enhancements to make sure the correct returnning trigger is run when there are nested INSERT RETURNING statements. (check-in: d83405e8 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:05
Handle the case where a virtual table xBestIndex method called while coding a trigger fired by a top-level statement with a RETURNING clause prepares a statement that also contains a RETURNING clause. (check-in: ec6bffa3 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:12
Ready for merge, but could use testing on some dusty old Windows machines. (check-in: 20220615 user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
12:59
Deal with the case of a reentrant INSERT on a virtual table where the outer INSERT has a RETURNING clause but the inner does not. dbsqlfuzz 3ac9a1e33f676254e02c0f297263b0a7aeb0c1a5. Fault injected by [a2449bcc2c71d0f4], first appearing in release 3.40.1. (check-in: 8aba78e4 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-25
20:44
Cure a harmless MSVC warning. (no other changes) (check-in: 02234ef8 user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
20:27
In CLI for Windows builds, do MBCS/UTF-8 translation independently for input and output. (WIP) (check-in: 47b13e66 user: larrybr tags: win-utf8-io-split)
20:08
Updates to the mktoolzip.tcl to work on win32. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 166b775b user: dan tags: win32-mktoolzip)
19:06
Fix harmless compiler warnings. (check-in: cc8efe04 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:53
Provide dummy parameter names in the prototype for the new xIntegrity method of the sqlite3_module object. (check-in: 131374d7 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:35
Fix minor problems with the "showwal" utility program. Add a missing header to the zipfile.c extension. (check-in: 7b3f866e user: drh tags: trunk)
17:26
Test module altermalloc3.test requires DQS_DDL to be turned on. (check-in: c4d02f4b user: drh tags: trunk)
15:30
Add an ALWAYS on branch that was made always-true by the DISTINCT ORDER BY fix. (check-in: c29ebcb0 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:54
When doing a DISTINCT aggregate that contains an ORDER BY, only the arguments to the aggregate need to be distinct, not the ORDER BY terms. (check-in: d2dbbdf7 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:58
Fix the amalgamation generator so that when it is reporting the Fossil version number in the header comment of the amalgamation, it does not elide the first hex digit of the version hash. (check-in: cc66f526 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:37
Enhance the new xIntegrity method of the sqlite3_module object with new parameters that provide the name of the table being checked and a flag to indicate a "quick_check". Based on feedback in forum post 965c0d02ea. (check-in: bc8afa3f user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-24
19:56
Implement check-in [477577120b897bf1] differently, so as not to disrupt non-standard build configuration. See forum post c11523ca2df50293. (check-in: 50448fe4 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:05
Fix a test case in fts3corrupt4.test by bypassing the fast-prng. (check-in: 540ce72b user: dan tags: bedrock)
17:45
Test cases for COLLATE and NULLS FIRST/LAST in the ORDER BY for an aggregate function. (check-in: 641f928f user: drh tags: trunk)
16:16
New #ifdefs to fix certain compile-time options. (check-in: 688c6279 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:06
Fix a problem with the fts5 highlight() and snippet() functions when used with tokenizers like "trigram" that output overlapping tokens. Forum post 63735293ec. (check-in: e952db86 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:53
Fix a problem with the fts5 highlight() and snippet() functions when used with tokenizers like "trigram" that output overlapping tokens. Forum post 63735293ec. (Closed-Leaf check-in: d570aa02 user: dan tags: fts5-trigram-snippet-fix)
15:11
Spelling improvements, in comments only (check-in: 9ee25eea user: larrybr tags: trunk)
15:07
Spelling improvements, in comments only (check-in: 65bcc583 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
11:06
Fix various harmless scan-build warnings. (check-in: 54be9af4 user: drh tags: trunk)
09:57
Fix a harmless compiler warning in the expert extension. (check-in: 0c4907dd user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-23
23:34
Fix a minor typo in the previous. (check-in: 9d388267 user: drh tags: trunk)
23:34
Add notes on how to build a statically linked version of sqlite3_analyzer.exe. (check-in: 99ce9939 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:51
Add the sqlite3res file to the Windows build of sqldiff.exe so that the resulting binary shows the SQLite icon. (check-in: c696a496 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:27
Merge the latest trunk enhancments into the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: 52262ac9 user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
16:08
Merge latest changes from wal2 into this branch. (check-in: c9c9bc09 user: dan tags: bedrock)
16:00
Merge latest trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: 3a6479d3 user: dan tags: wal2)
15:48
Merge latest trunk changes into this branch. (check-in: c5ef898a user: dan tags: begin-concurrent)
15:30
Avoid attempting to delete a file while it is open in test script sessionalter.test. (check-in: f20b4a96 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:24
Revert an earlier change that considered passing a NULL callback to sqlite3_preupdate_hook() to be a misuse. This is required to clear the preupdate hook altogether. (check-in: 1bf6f0f3 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:23
New test cases for PRAGMA integrity_check against FTS4 and FTS5 tables. (check-in: 3950d20c user: drh tags: trunk)
14:24
Fix mutex1.test to take into account that the prng mutex is not (as of [c84e4483cb4]) taken when writing a header to an in-memory journal. (check-in: c9e37417 user: dan tags: trunk)
13:46
Improved error messages for the xIntegrity method in FTS3/4 and FTS5. (check-in: df69abc0 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:16
Fix sqlite3ExprDup() alignment assertions so that they work on 32-bit platforms. (check-in: 143f95ef user: drh tags: trunk)
11:41
Temporarily disable the ext/expert/expert1-6.0 test, which does not work on my configurations. (check-in: a41b903d user: drh tags: trunk)
11:34
Add an SQLITE_OMIT_VIRTUALTABLE block around the new vtab code in "PRAGMA integrity_check". (check-in: ab99eb2b user: dan tags: trunk)
11:18
Add missing test file fts3fault3.test. Should have been part of [7f41d700]. (check-in: 92e64ab6 user: dan tags: trunk)
02:08
Merge fixes for expert handling of UDFs and other UD-whatevers. (check-in: b5d7d07d user: larrybr tags: trunk)
02:06
Add missing JNI sqlite3_result_subtype() binding. (check-in: ac920b53 user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
02:01
Fix the shell1.test test so to align with the new behavior imposed by [bce807cd48763273] - that backslash escapes only work without quoted arguments in dot-commands of the CLI. (check-in: 0db82b42 user: drh tags: trunk)
01:55
Clear some picky warnings, sync w/trunk. (Closed-Leaf check-in: ee584259 user: larrybr tags: expert-enhancement)
01:34
Add many more high-level wrappers to the JNI wrapper1 API. Correct the JNI bindings of sqlite3_strglob/strlike() to compare as the core lib does if their glob argument is NULL and the other is not. (check-in: 55c4b1dc user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
2023-10-22
23:44
Fix [f5c01676fd281e93] so that it always preserves 8-byte alignment for Expr objects. Add new assert() statement to verify this. (check-in: 678a9728 user: drh tags: trunk)
23:36
Add high-level window function wrapper to the JNI wrapper1 interface. (check-in: a27e7471 user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
17:27
Do not do backslash escape processing on any unquoted strings in dot-commands in the CLI - on Windows or on posix-like systems either one. This brings the processing into alignment with the documentation, allows backslash-delimited filenames on Windows (as long as they are unquoted), and causes the CLI to work the same with regard to backslash escapes on both Windows and posix. (check-in: bce807cd user: drh tags: trunk)
14:25
JNI: flesh out and simplify the APIs for binding and fetching arbitrary Java objects. (check-in: 89fecf1d user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
13:54
JNI: add column-get bindings to the wrapper1 Stmt class and extend the AggregateFunction tests to ensure that the aggregate context is honored. (check-in: 60a0e82d user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
13:09
Add API_ARMOR to sqlite3_clear_bindings(). (check-in: f3fb4d34 user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
12:43
Add JNI wrapper1.SqliteStmt.bindXyz() APIs. (check-in: 54fce9bf user: stephan tags: jni-post-3.44)
12:33
JNI: improve UB protections in sqlite3_bind_blob/text/text16(). (check-in: 5c838321 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:11
Add missing ScalarFunction.java to JNI build. (check-in: b8258103 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-10-21
22:31
In the CLI, do not translate unquoted backslash escapes on dot-commands as that can damage filename arguments. (check-in: 4a0e2c6e user: drh tags: trunk)
20:34
Remove a branch that cannot affect the outcome from FkNoAction processing in fkey.c. Replace it with an assert(). (check-in: 023a9dbe user: drh tags: trunk)
20:03
Replace the patch at [5cb61c6788d7c017] with a better way to avoid failing PRAGMA integrity_check if a module implementation is not loaded, as the use of suppressErr can lead to problems. (check-in: be5737ee user: drh tags: trunk)
19:51
Check-in contains stray edit. (Closed-Leaf check-in: cbea52e9 user: drh tags: mistake)
18:12
Fix a problem allowing a COMMIT following an OOM to cause fts3/4 corruption. (check-in: 7f41d700 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:33
Add the SQLITE_TESTCTRL_FK_NO_ACTION test control. Make it available in the CLI. Fix a minor problems with SQLITE_CHANGESETAPPLY_FKNOACTION in sessions. (check-in: 91b64c6a user: drh tags: trunk)
16:25
Extra comment on the implementation of SQLITE_TESTCTRL_FK_NO_ACTION, warning about the need to reset the schema in order for the setting change to take full effect. (Closed-Leaf check-in: a50a333a user: drh tags: fknoaction)
15:21
Add missing "finish_test" to sessionnoact.test. (check-in: 9a1d37f5 user: dan tags: fknoaction)
15:04
Fix a problem with SQLITE_CHANGESETAPPLY_FKNOACTION and the foreign-key-trigger-cache. (check-in: 95304ec6 user: dan tags: fknoaction)
12:54
Add SQLITE_TESTCTRL_FK_NO_ACTION. (check-in: 563cf5f7 user: drh tags: fknoaction)
11:43
Adjust an EXPLAIN QUERY PLAN output in scanstatus2.test to account for a different loop order taken due to the removal of the view-scan optimization. (check-in: 9deb8b69 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:34
Compress the content of the status line in testrunning.tcl so that all the same status information appears but with less punctuation and with "zero" values omitted, so that the status line will fit comfortably on an 80-column terminal window. (check-in: 96635131 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:13
Create the new string_agg(X,Y) aggregate function which is an alias for the two-argument group_concat(X,Y) function, for compatibility with SQL-Server and PostgreSQL. (check-in: a3b3df8a user: drh tags: trunk)
11:06
Avoid an unnecessary malloc() for the page usage bitmap when running a partial integrity_check. (check-in: 2904fcbe user: drh tags: trunk)
11:00
Fix a test case broken by the previous check-in. (Leaf check-in: 1e61864c user: drh tags: string_agg)
2023-10-20
20:19
Add string_agg(X,Y) as an alias for group_concat(X,Y), for compatibility with SQLServer and PG. (check-in: b91c19bf user: drh tags: string_agg)
19:59
Fix a problem allowing a COMMIT following an OOM to cause fts5 corruption. (check-in: fba3129d user: dan tags: trunk)
19:06
Fix PRAGMA integrity_check so that it does not raise an error if the schema contains a CREATE VIRTUAL TABLE that does not have its module loaded. (check-in: 5cb61c67 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:09
Omit some redundant calls to strlen() used to find the size of Expr.u.zToken in sqliteExprDup(). This inefficiency was seen while working on the previous check-in, and I thought it best to fix it while it was fresh in mind. (check-in: b7a84eff user: drh tags: trunk)
17:15
Improvements to the sqlite3ExprDup() logic for faster performance and better run-time error detection. This check-in fixes the 5x oversize memory allocation bug from [f371e4c0f8ea73ae] as well as all other known issues that result from handing the ORDER BY clause of an aggregate function off of the pLeft pointer of the Expr object. (check-in: f5c01676 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:06
Add the SQLITE_CHANGESETAPPLY_FKNOACTION flag to sqlite3session.h, for passing to sqlite3changeset_apply_v2() to cause all foreign key constraints to behave as if they were declared NO ACTION. (check-in: fc9f82ea user: dan tags: trunk)
15:47
Simplifications and optimizations to the Expr object duplication logic. The 5x multiplier crutch from [f371e4c0f8ea73ae] is still present. More fixes are still needed. (check-in: 56142a78 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:05
Omit an unused constant from sessionfuzz.c to prevent a compiler warning. (check-in: a0cf7e24 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:23
Correct the opfs-sahpool VFS's xGetLastError() method to return the previous error code, not 0, on success. (check-in: 95a1dde6 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:44
Merge trunk into the wasm-xGetLastError branch. (Leaf check-in: 48a9bd64 user: stephan tags: wasm-xGetLastError)
10:18
Use sqlite3ParserAddCleanup() instead of calling sqlite3ExprListDelete() directly when disposing of an unused ORDER BY in an aggregate function, to avoid disrupting ALTER TABLE data structures. (check-in: d083e420 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-19
20:46
Merge recent trunk enhancements into the jsonb branch. (check-in: f47a8d0a user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:17
Increase the size of some variables associated with the PMA sorter in order to avoid any possibility of a signed integer overflow. (check-in: 72597cee user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
20:06
Remove a faulty assert() that was added just a few check-ins ago by [8b6fffb552c30f9c]. (check-in: 18e7c826 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:57
For TK_ORDER expression nodes to always be full-size. (check-in: a5c73b46 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:19
Fix an adverse interaction between the new aggregate ORDER BY logic and the expression compressor. Update 2023-10-20: Memory allocations were multiplied by a factor of 5 on line 1575 of expr.c. This was a debugging change that I neglected to remove prior to checking it. That change masks deeper problems that will be solved in later check-ins. (check-in: f371e4c0 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:08
In the TreeView logic (used for debugging only) do not show unnecessary fields of the Window object when a function has a FILTER. (check-in: d2c6b82c user: drh tags: trunk)
18:23
Fix an fts3 problem caused by reducing the page size using the undocumented "nodesize" option, then running an incremental-merge. (check-in: 2875dcb1 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:07
Simplify the Expr compression logic slightly by adding the new EP_FullSize property to expressions that are exceptions to the rule and should not be compressed. (check-in: d5ae82ec user: drh tags: trunk)
13:35
Simplification to sqlite3GetVarint32() to avoid confusing gcov. (check-in: 89862c51 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:00
Fix an error in a debugging routine used inside of testcase(). Does not appear in production. Problem discovered by scan-build. (check-in: c6c9d7ed user: drh tags: trunk)
12:36
New assert() statements to help verify correctness of the ORDER BY aggregate code. (check-in: 8b6fffb5 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:12
Fix the sqlite3ReferencesSrcList() routine so that it recognizes columns in the ORDER BY clause of an aggregate. Fixes a problem with [634286828dad873d] discoverd by dbsqlfuzz. (check-in: 3d26f1aa user: drh tags: trunk)
01:26
Add support for ORDER BY on the argument list of aggregate functions. (check-in: 63428682 user: drh tags: trunk)
01:09
Merge the latest changes from trunk. (Closed-Leaf check-in: d18bc400 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
00:25
Fix a false-positive in run-time error checking. (check-in: cd63eec0 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-18
23:48
Changes for test coverage. (check-in: ddfa09c6 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
22:53
Test case for alter column that is used in the ORDER BY of an aggregate. (check-in: 648ddb3a user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
22:27
Deal with an OOM condition while processing aggregate ORDER BYs. (check-in: b6d44427 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
22:03
Make sure all terms of the ORDER BY within an aggregate go through aggregate analysis. Do not attach an aggregate ORDER BY to a window function. (check-in: 16f38055 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
19:44
Basic test cases. (check-in: 6cccf86c user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
19:07
Fix one minor error in order to get all legacy tests to pass. (check-in: 5a885139 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
18:11
ORDER BY on aggregates seem to work, at least for simple smoke tests. Lots more testing is needed though. Surely there are many bugs. (check-in: 64c12a83 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
13:58
Basic error checking. Resolve symbols in the aggregate ORDER BY expressions. (check-in: c83a53a5 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
13:18
Enhance the parser so that it can accept an ORDER BY clause on a function invocation. For this incremental check-in, the ORDER BY clause is currently ignored. (check-in: 3a98ff24 user: drh tags: agg-orderby)
2023-10-17
23:35
JS: replace one errant reference to 'self' with 'globalThis' and remove a separate dead-code 'self' reference. (check-in: da1a4793 user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:33
Fix a harmless compiler warning about variant types for a pointer function. (check-in: 37ff0d8e user: drh tags: trunk)
18:59
Make a new branch in the SqlExec opcode reachable by tests. (check-in: 023ad470 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:28
Omit an unreachable branch when SQLITE_ENABLE_API_ARMOR is not defined. (check-in: 5f8b807b user: drh tags: trunk)
17:53
Changes to sqlite3IntFloatCompare() in an attempt to better measure branch coverage in the face of aggressive compiler optimization. (check-in: 5781d043 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:47
Fix a JSON bug introduced in 3.43.0. The problem occurs when doing a JSON_EXTRACT() on an array element that was added by JSON_SET() without first reparsing. (check-in: 3161c2cd user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
13:41
Fix a JSON bug introduced by the optimization of [df099ad713011b67] and first appearing in 3.43.0. The problem occurs when doing a JSON_EXTRACT() on an array element that was added by JSON_SET() without first reparsing. Reported by forum post fc0e3f1e2a. (check-in: e5099c54 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:57
Enhance the documentation of sqlite3_deserialize() to make it clear that the input database may not be in WAL mode. Forum post a7e272cee9ac469f (check-in: e7547899 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:47
When an I/O or similar error occurs during a transaction with journal_mode=MEMORY, attempt to rollback before closing the journal, as all rollback information is forgotten when a memory rollback journal is closed. (check-in: 1d67f75d user: drh tags: trunk)
02:15
Harden API_ARMOR checks for sqlite3_stmt_scanstatus_v2(). (check-in: d3f38e81 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-10-16
16:04
JNI: add aggregate function support to the wrapper1 API. (check-in: 15b28b34 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:31
JNI: add scalar UDF support to the wrapper1 API. (check-in: a8505357 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:04
JNI: initial draft (untested - requires more infrastructure first) of a UDF argument/result-handling interface which completely hides the C-style API from the client. (check-in: 43b10a5c user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:38
JNI: cleanups in Tester2 and update the jar makefile target to account for [9fcdf96adca2]. (check-in: abc82bf4 user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:27
JNI: move the C-style API parts into the capi subpackage and the higher-level wrapper into (tentatively) wrapper1, so that CApi.java can support multiple independent higher-level wrappers without name collisions, and CApi can be made public but have the option to be elided from wrapper-level javadocs for wrappers which do not wish to expose it. (check-in: 9fcdf96a user: stephan tags: trunk)
08:10
JNI: after calling a Java-side UDF, zero-out the pointer of the Java-side sqlite3_context and sqlite3_value array entries to avoid misbehavior if a client makes the mistake of holding a reference to one of those objects. (check-in: 9fc3104f user: stephan tags: trunk)
08:05
JNI: do not expose SQLITE_OPEN_... flags which are specific to VFSes. (check-in: 2b4e53d8 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-10-15
13:36
Change 3 instance of #if SQLITE_ENABLE_API_ARMOR to #ifdef for consistency with how it is normally used. (check-in: dd766eeb user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:32
JNI: enable all optional components in the default build and fix a test broken by an option toggle. (check-in: 5586a9df user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:25
Correct non-void return from sqlite3_preupdate_hook() when API_ARMOR is enabled. Broken by [6cb77503484e]. (check-in: 40f5906f user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:17
Merge trunk into the wasm-xGetLastError branch. (check-in: 0239e374 user: stephan tags: wasm-xGetLastError)
12:11
Add coverage of more functions to SQLITE_ENABLE_API_ARMOR builds. (check-in: 6cb77503 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-10-14
20:44
JNI: extend [baf220e78a46246c47] to include macro-generated sqlite3_value_...() bindings. (Closed-Leaf check-in: ad34b254 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
20:34
JNI: make the sqlite3_value_...() family of bindings resistent to NULL arguments. (check-in: baf220e7 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
20:24
Do not allow an ALTER TABLE ADD COLUMN on a STRICT table if the added column contains a DEFAULT clause that would violate the type of the added column. (check-in: 75b07586 user: drh tags: trunk)
20:01
Add API_ARMOR support to the scanstatus family of functions. (check-in: 2f3101f0 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
17:34
Merge the version-3.43.2 changes into the begin-concurrent-3.43 branch. (Leaf check-in: f3fb30af user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.43)
17:14
The rtreecheck() SQL function should not invoke BEGIN or COMMIT as this causes issues for statement transactions. (check-in: b7b2e30b user: drh tags: trunk)
16:57
JNI: add a missing result code check to sqlite3_bind_value(stmt, null). (check-in: f1a357f4 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
16:56
JNI: add missing sqlite3_bind_value() and minor memory-safety-related cleanups. (check-in: 39000317 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
16:29
Add API_ARMOR support to the sqlite3_result_...() family of functions and sqlite3_bind_zeroblob64(). (check-in: afabe3e3 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
14:53
More API_ARMOR additions. (check-in: 78ebf838 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
13:24
Add column name to API_ARMOR check in sqlite3_blob_open() to avoid a null-pointer deref. (check-in: 0114a662 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
12:45
Revert [f6cd88e6b234] - the NULL callback case is perfectly legal. (check-in: 718ab676 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
12:40
Bring JNI-side sqlite3_last_insert_rowid() and sqlite3_table_column_metadata() in line with the core's NULL handling. (check-in: c2afc1c2 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
12:20
Extend API_ARMOR checks on sqlite3_commit/rollback_hook() to include a check for the callback pointer. (check-in: f6cd88e6 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
12:19
Add missing JNI bindings for sqlite3_db_readonly() and sqlite3_db_name(). Code-adjacent tweaks for the API_ARMOR audit. (check-in: e5eace74 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
10:54
Bug fix in sqlite3_analyzer: for databases larger than 1GiB, take into account the lock-byte page when calculating the number of freelist pages. (check-in: 26a909cd user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-13
22:19
Earlier detection of a host of errors in CREATE TABLE, such the CREATE TABLE statement itself fails, rather than generating an error on the first attempted use of the created table. (check-in: 348fa7aa user: drh tags: trunk)
19:41
Apply the correct affinity to DEFAULT values that are TRUE or FALSE. (check-in: 4958db70 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:29
Do not allow triggers on shadow tables under defensive mode. (check-in: 44b932ff user: drh tags: trunk)
15:59
Fix an fts5 problem caused by a 'rebuild' followed by a DELETE in secure-delete mode. (check-in: 18be505c user: dan tags: trunk)
13:49
Immediately fail a CREATE TABLE statement that attempts to create a table that has a generated column loop. Legacy allows the table to be created but the table would not be usable for anything. (check-in: 3237bf96 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:57
Actually prevent PRAGMA writable_schema=ON from being set in defensive mode, rather than just preventing it from functioning. (check-in: 2b574d9e user: drh tags: trunk)
12:48
Round one of an audit for SQLITE_ENABLE_API_ARMOR for functions exposed by JNI and those functions missing armor, as reported in several forum posts. (check-in: 8c25c4b1 user: stephan tags: api-armor-audit)
01:39
Avoid potential overflow in hex(). See forum post 7ac0c9c5ea. (check-in: 2e968114 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
2023-10-12
20:51
Make sure virtual tables have been connected before trying to invoke the xIntegrity method during PRAGMA integrity_check. (check-in: 4a4eccb6 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:46
Fix a problem with an fts5 secure-delete on a rowid/term pair that follows a legacy delete of the same pair. (check-in: 579aea0c user: dan tags: trunk)
18:46
Enable SQLITE_VTAB_INNOCUOUS for FTS3, FTS5, and RTREE. (check-in: f34c533b user: drh tags: trunk)
18:09
Add test case for [29937081]. (check-in: d3b983ed user: dan tags: trunk)
17:47
Merge fixes from trunk into the jsonb branch. (check-in: a760bd7b user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:41
Make sure the journal file is closed when transitioning into MEMORY journal mode, to avoid an assertion fault in the new sqlite3_randomness() avoidance code added by [c84e4483cb44f827]. (check-in: 29937081 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:12
CLI to check for rare prepare failures. See forum post 5be6395182. (check-in: 286d1e80 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
2023-10-11
21:08
Add the tokendata=1 option to ignore trailing token-data when querying an fts5 table. (check-in: 12293518 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
20:37
Unconditionally force use of SQLITE_ENABLE_API_ARMOR in the WASM and JNI builds. Their corresponding test suites still work. (check-in: c11394b5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:34
Fix the use of an uninitialized value that occurs when doing a json_insert() of a string value that contains embedded U+0000 characters. (check-in: 7dcd9cfe user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
17:24
Fix the use of an uninitialized value that occurs when doing a json_insert() of a string value that contains embedded U+0000 characters. (check-in: d3c0cbb9 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:21
Fix the use of an uninitialized value that occurs when doing a json_insert() of a string value that contains embedded U+0000 characters. (check-in: fc5ee9e5 user: drh tags: jsonb)
13:52
Add (prepare, step, reset, finalize) parts of the JNI level-2 stmt wrapper and associated tests. (check-in: a7082f18 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:34
Simplification to sqlite3ApiExit(). Generates identical machine code, but easier for humans to read. (check-in: 793bbfa5 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:19
Fix a missing zero-terminator on a string when processing JSON aggregates into JSONB. (check-in: fb81d570 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:44
Fix an issue that can arise when processing corrupt JSONB. (check-in: e50045c2 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:21
Improved robustness against corrupt JSONB. (check-in: 0fbda92b user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:42
Fix an assertion fault in json_patch() that can occur if the patch JSON is malformed JSONB. Report the malformed JSONB instead. (check-in: a72d5464 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-10-10
23:02
Improved robustness in the decoding of JSON5 text escape sequences found in malformed JSONB. (check-in: 35e0108a user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:55
Fix an off-by-one error in the changes from the previous check-in on the jsonb branch. (check-in: 216191b1 user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:42
Improved robustness when translating corrupt JSONB into JSON text. (check-in: 0caa320d user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:32
Fix a potential buffer overrun due to corrupt JSONB. (check-in: 5cbb861f user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:04
Fix bugs uncovered by the fuzzer. (check-in: c96eb7fb user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:34
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the jsonb branch. (check-in: f93f16c9 user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:34
Fix a bug in the mkautoconfamal.sh script so that the "snapshot-tarball" and "amalgamation-tarball" makefile targets work again when run from outside of the source tree. (check-in: 3a79cf25 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
15:33
Fix a bug in the mkautoconfamal.sh script, introduced by check-in [3308fdda4b81c110] so that the "snapshot-tarball" and "amalgamation-tarball" makefile targets work again when run from outside of the source tree. (check-in: 65ccf5fe user: drh tags: trunk)
13:55
Merge the 3.43.2 release changed into the reuse-schema-3.43 branch. (Leaf check-in: 5fefa147 user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.43)
12:16
Start adding tests for the second JNI layer. (check-in: 0177f4df user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:14
Version 3.43.2 (check-in: 4310099c user: drh tags: release, branch-3.43, version-3.43.2)
2023-10-09
22:50
Use snprintf() in place of sprintf() in a debugging function in the CLI. (check-in: 88a11890 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
22:45
Use snprintf() in place of sprintf() in a debugging function in the CLI. (check-in: 5e5e4d2b user: drh tags: trunk)
18:33
Systematize the names of some of the translation function in the JSON implementation. (check-in: db44bd1d user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:54
Avoid calling sqlite3_randomness and taking the PRNG mutex when writing a journal header in "journal_mode=memory" mode. (check-in: c84e4483 user: dan tags: trunk)
14:59
Add a TCL script that does various verification checks on the source tree to make sure that generated code has been updated correctly. (check-in: dc8681c4 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
14:56
Add a TCL script that does various verification checks on the source tree to make sure that generated code has been updated correctly. (check-in: 1f1a358a user: drh tags: trunk)
14:47
Fix a compiler warning caused by the previous check-in. (check-in: 7e8768bf user: drh tags: trunk)
14:12
Change the TEA version number to 3.43.2 also. (check-in: 170ab8d1 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
14:10
Update the version number to 3.43.2. (check-in: 0bd1199b user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
14:05
Turn on SEH by default when building using MSVC. (check-in: f57e8275 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:57
Merge the latest trunk fixes and enhancements into the jsonb branch, and especially the JSON cache spill UAF fix. (check-in: 9422c24f user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:51
Fix a potential UAF caused by JSON parser cache spill. (check-in: 5b09212a user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
12:46
Fix a potential UAF caused by JSON parser cache spill. Forum post b25edc1d46. (check-in: a163fecc user: drh tags: trunk)
12:45
Flesh out the error state captured by SqliteException.java. Doc additions. (check-in: 5c5397ff user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:39
Fix harmless compiler warning in the test module for sessions. (check-in: 3d5ec993 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:10
In the VDBE trace output (available under -DSQLITE_DEBUG only), identify register values that hold a refernce-counted string. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 53d5c504 user: drh tags: mistake)
11:46
Add JNI Sqlite and SqliteException classes. Add Tester2.java as the main test app for the high-level API. (check-in: 6acf52be user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:44
Minor JNI doc and public/private cleanups. (check-in: c49d36ec user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:30
Rename SQLite3Jni to CApi to (A) reduce name prefix collisions with incoming classes and (B) align with its counterpart in the JS build. Remove the Canonical annotation because (A) the new code separation will inherently make that distinction and (B) the line between truly canonical and semi-canonical (e.g. differing in signature overloads) is blurry enough that consistent use of that annocation is becoming an unnecessary burden. (check-in: ca216b44 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-10-07
23:35
Remove some unnecessary code. Report errors for invalid JSONB input on an extract. (check-in: cbea16c2 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:46
The return from sqlite3_value_blob() in jsonFuncArgMightBeBinary() might be a NULL pointer. Check for that case. (check-in: 7b52b266 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:40
Improved detection of malformed JSONB when parsing it into a JsonNode array. (check-in: ed99a788 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:05
Fix the jsonbChangePayloadSize() routine so that it shifts the payload in order to always render the most compact encoding of the payload size. This is necessary as sometimes (as discovered by dbsqlfuzz) the payload size can grow significantly due to json_insert() or json_replace(). (check-in: 8d6d04ca user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:50
Improvements to error messages returned when the ->> operator fails. (check-in: 2f3388f1 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:29
Fix a problem with sqlite3changegroup_schema() and patchsets. (check-in: c4ab4200 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:32
Add the sqlite3changegroup_schema() API. To allow changegroup objects to upgrade the schema of a changeset/patchset under some circumstances. (check-in: 03f9e50b user: dan tags: trunk)
16:07
Fix a problem with the changes on this branch and tables that use an implicit primary key. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 1f9d1023 user: dan tags: session-alter)
11:37
Merge the memory leak fix from trunk. (check-in: 358de1b0 user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:36
Improved error messages from search on JSONB. (check-in: 96cfdc31 user: drh tags: jsonb)
09:13
Report unknown JSONB element type when parsing JSONB into JsonNode. (check-in: 1f4d3268 user: drh tags: jsonb)
08:15
Add a test case to prevent a regression of the leak fixed in the previous trunk check-in. (check-in: f99ff655 user: drh tags: trunk)
08:11
Fix a resource leak: sqlite3_blob_reopen() was failing to invoke the xDel() distructor on a register when it sets that register to the new rowid. (check-in: 83846af5 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
08:00
Fix a resource leak: sqlite3_blob_reopen() was failing to invoke the xDel() distructor on a register when it sets that register to the new rowid. This was never a problem prior to the large-column cache of [771fe35074b50b8d] as that destructor was always a no-op. dbsqlfuzz cd96368deaece480fb94d42427dde053737a650e. (check-in: 545edd5e user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-06
23:02
Correct handling of "raw" strings in JSON. This requires three test-case changes in TH3 to add double-quotes to the path outputs from json_tree(). The new behavior is correct, I believe. (check-in: ab2bf3e3 user: drh tags: jsonb)
22:16
Improved error detection for JSONB inputs. (check-in: 6945e11a user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:39
Add missing source code comments and fix other issues with the new code on this branch. (check-in: df39fbe9 user: dan tags: session-alter)
19:46
Update this branch with latest changes from the trunk. (check-in: 897e926a user: dan tags: session-alter)
19:01
Add tests for the sqlite3changegroup_schema() API. (check-in: 5dab481c user: dan tags: session-alter)
18:21
Incremental improvements to the JSONB logic. (check-in: fe326829 user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:35
Fixes to rendering JSON5 extensions encoded as JSONB. (check-in: 5a17e447 user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:59
Fix compiler warnings. (check-in: 5227add3 user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:52
Improvements to error handling. (check-in: b41dd237 user: drh tags: jsonb)
13:05
Merge compiler warning fixes from trunk into the jsonb branch. (check-in: 6409d307 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:55
Remove an unused parameter from the recomputeColumnsNotIndexed() routine in order to squash a harmless compiler warning. (check-in: 9bf4bfd6 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:51
Ensure that all fields of static sqlite3_module objects are explicitly initialized, in order to hush-up nuisance compiler warnings. (check-in: f3b3d712 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:22
Remove an unused static variable from shell.c.in in order to silence a harmless compiler warning. (check-in: 47757712 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:15
Increase the size of some variables associated with the PMA sorter in order to avoid any possibility of a signed integer overflow. Chromium fuzzer issue 1489025. (check-in: dc3be3af user: drh tags: trunk)
00:06
Improvements to coping with malformed JSONB. (check-in: 563cde40 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-10-05
23:05
Better error detection when doing a lookup on a JSONB. (check-in: 6e8e0eed user: drh tags: jsonb)
22:52
Improvements to comments. No changes to code. (check-in: ac74d787 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:17
Turn an unreachable branch into an assert(). (check-in: 0f751991 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:09
Add the sqlite3changegroup_schema() API. To allow changegroups to handle differences in schema created by ALTER TABLE ADD COLUMN. (check-in: 309deee2 user: dan tags: session-alter)
18:33
Fix the parsing of non-standard "Infinity" and "NaN" values from text into JSONB. (check-in: df1fbbeb user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:09
Change the json_valid(X) routine to return true whenever X is a blob that could plausibly be a valid JSONB. (check-in: 425f0b85 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:52
Fix the text-to-JSONB parser so that it handles some JSON5 floating point literals correctly. (check-in: 564edb3b user: drh tags: jsonb)
16:33
Slightly stricter testing for when a BLOB is valid JSONB: If the element is a null, true, or false, its payload size must be zero. (check-in: 487781be user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:05
Fix a memory leak following a syntax error in jsonb(). (check-in: bf4b36ed user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:02
Allow the PG-style syntax for the PATH operand on the right-hand side of the ->> and -> operators. (check-in: bae5071b user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:22
Merge trunk enhancements into the jsonb branch. (check-in: be5907b6 user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:09
Improved detection of corrupt databases in balance_nonroot(). dbsqlfuzz d1cf013c50a620b68c2a5bd240d29afd65e5f58e. (check-in: f4aa1bfc user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
11:06
Improved detection of corrupt databases in balance_nonroot(). dbsqlfuzz d1cf013c50a620b68c2a5bd240d29afd65e5f58e. (check-in: a2464bbb user: drh tags: trunk)
11:04
Do not squelch exceptions from SAHPool VFS importDb() - rethrow them. Problem reported in forum post c80fc578809b80a3. (check-in: 325bcdea user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:35
Remove a stray blank line from the beginning of btree.c. No functional code changes. (check-in: c89983dc user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-10-04
21:15
Allow a session object to generate a changeset, even if columns were added to one of the tables using ALTER TABLE ADD COLUMN while the changeset was being collected. (check-in: a3f435ec user: dan tags: session-alter)
12:49
The Makefile distinguishes between tcl8.4 and tcl8.5. Some makefile targets require tcl8.5, but others (ex: "sqlite3.c", "shell.c", and "sqlite3") require only tcl8.4. (check-in: 770308db user: drh tags: trunk)
11:52
Modify the main makefile so that it fails with an error if the tclsh found by ./configure is not tclsh 8.5 or later. Forum post 4380363682708ece. (check-in: 1765f3b5 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:04
Hard fail the ./configure script if it is unable to find a working tclsh. Forum post 4380363682708ece. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 9f640283 user: drh tags: error-no-tclsh)
2023-10-03
22:40
Fix a memory leak in JSON group-aggregates when the output is JSONB. (check-in: 08e7db13 user: drh tags: jsonb)
21:54
Fix a bug in the jsonReturnFromBlob() function that causes a positive result for a negative value for when a JSON integer is too large and needs to be converted into double. (check-in: dca684da user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:58
Fix problems in the "json" output column of the json_tree() virtual table for the case when the input is JSONB. (check-in: fefa4475 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:01
Augment the jsonBlobChangePayloadSize() routine so that it tries to shift content in order to render the payload size in its minimal form. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 562e8e7b user: drh tags: jsonb-opt1)
19:37
Improved handling of OOM while translating the JsonNode representing into the BLOB representation. (check-in: ef595671 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:06
Fixes for fts5 expression parser module to allow embedded 0x00 bytes in tokens. (check-in: 342c8d07 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
17:07
Update fts5_decode() to allow for embedded 0x00 bytes in tokens. (check-in: e0511200 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
11:36
Merge the latest trunk enhancements into the jsonb branch. (check-in: e6406a98 user: drh tags: jsonb)
10:59
Fix a problem in the JSONB parser that comes up following an OOM. (check-in: 355acfb1 user: drh tags: jsonb)
10:43
Fix an issue with the use of jsonb_group_array() and jsonb_group_object() when used by window functions. (check-in: 808bd349 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-10-02
23:56
New test cases for JSONB. (check-in: 6d4aeff5 user: drh tags: jsonb)
20:16
Fix jsonb_insert() so that it does not behave like jsonb_set(). New test cases added. (check-in: 54197149 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:12
JNI: when fetching text-or-blob/length pairs, fetch the text-or-blob first, then the length, as the API docs suggest. (check-in: e4f9d394 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:06
Fix the length of the string in the new concat() and concat_ws() functions. (check-in: 32524322 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:56
Remove an ALWAYS() from a branch that can in fact be false following an OOM fault. (check-in: 3a1feb1c user: drh tags: trunk)
15:37
Revisit the opfs-sahpool's handling of sqlite3_vfs::xGetLastError(). This impl seems to be in line with what the library internal expects but it requires more testing (via purposely-induced I/O errors) before merging. (check-in: c53fd21f user: stephan tags: wasm-xGetLastError)
14:51
New test cases for JSONB. (check-in: d624c31e user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:44
Pointer-casting-related fixes for JNI on 32-bit ARM (pi4 armv7l). (check-in: 54441039 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:35
Allow json_replace() to accept JSONB arguments as the new value. (check-in: 95eb7b37 user: drh tags: jsonb)
13:20
Improvements to error handling for BLOB inputs on JSON. (check-in: 14f20ecb user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:40
Gather forward references into a single place for the JSON code. Allow JSONB arguments to json_array() and json_object() and similar. (check-in: c352201b user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-10-01
18:59
Fix problems following OOM in JSONB parsing. (check-in: 0d8cd6b5 user: drh tags: jsonb)
12:15
Add JNI binding for sqlite3_normalized_sql(). (check-in: 2532e566 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:53
Make JNI binding of sqlite3_value_frombind() return boolean instead of int and add tests for it. (check-in: 906e2ed3 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-09-30
18:13
Changes so that fts5 can handle tokens with embedded '\0' bytes. (check-in: c027c092 user: dan tags: fts5-token-data)
17:08
Fix JNI binding to compile without SQLITE_ENABLE_PREUPDATE_HOOK. Add build option to disable all optional ENABLE flags. (check-in: c04022b7 user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:50
Restore the trunk version of sqlite3_user_data(). Fix the xColumn for virtual tables so that the sqlite3_context contains a valid but NULL user data pointer. (check-in: 15ffd932 user: drh tags: jsonb)
16:19
Make all SQLite3Jni methods which take a void-pointer-as-long-int argument explicitly package-private, as they're always for internal use only even if SQLite3Jni is eventually made public. (check-in: 5e387275 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:48
JNI: rename sqlite3_errmsg16() to sqlite3_errmsg(), as the 16 suffix is superfluous there. (check-in: df25b216 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:34
Expose sqlite3_stmt_busy() to JNI. (check-in: 5733aa5f user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:34
Finish adding jsonb_ versions for all JSON routines that return JSON text. (check-in: 6daa7b69 user: drh tags: jsonb)
13:16
Correct an undefined-value deref in the JS bindings, triggered by passing invalid args and then tripping over an undefined value while trying to report that. Reported in forum post dd42df144651d779. (check-in: 1545f0f7 user: stephan tags: branch-3.43)
13:13
Correct an undefined-value deref in the JS bindings, triggered by passing invalid args and then tripping over an undefined value while trying to report that. Reported in forum post dd42df144651d779. (check-in: fd463254 user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:59
Make (almost) all SQLite3Jni.sqlite3_... members public but make the SQLite3Jni class package-private, which has the same foot-protection effect but makes it much simpler to patch SQLite3Jni to publicize the interface later. Remove some of the extraneous foot-shooting protection from indidivual functions, in lieu moving it to the still-pending higher-level interfaces. (check-in: 082b8668 user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:37
Merge in and close jni-ptr-passing branch. The remaining pointer-passing adaptation can be done incrementally without affecting the interface. (check-in: 7927c424 user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:31
Make all native JNI sqlite3_...() bindings package-private as a foot-shooting protective measure (higher-level pre-native-call argument validation is largely pending). Move SQLTester.java and TesterFts5.java into the org.sqlite.jni package so that they can access the being-tested methods. (Leaf check-in: ec82f725 user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
09:41
More work towards the new pointer-passing mechanism in JNI, and code-adjacent cleanups. (check-in: 6c63987e user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
2023-09-29
22:37
Update json_each() and json_tree() so that they work with JSONB inputs. (check-in: bb5e50ff user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:47
The u.zJContent field of JsonNode for a string or label should NOT include the quotation mark delimiters. Ever. This is an inefficiency that really ought to be fixed on trunk, but that can wait until this branch lands. (check-in: 96f545f6 user: drh tags: jsonb)
16:37
Additional refactoring and cleanup. (check-in: 45dd1760 user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:56
Add test case to ensure the assert() removed by [f090af77] no longer fails. (check-in: 615ab717 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:53
Remove an incorrect assert(). (check-in: f090af77 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:18
Bad edit (Closed-Leaf check-in: c794aeb3 user: drh tags: mistake)
12:45
Improvements to comments and procedure names for clarity in the JSON implementation. (check-in: 9b620d81 user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:17
Describe the JSONB encoding in a header comment to the json.c source file. (check-in: 1c0cba34 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-09-28
20:34
JNI: correct a NullPointerException triggered via SQLTester. (check-in: 0a873de7 user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
19:11
Fix some minor memory issues so that all legacy tests now pass. (check-in: 1744bfc6 user: drh tags: jsonb)
18:23
Allow the sqlite3_user_data() function to be invoked with a NULL argument or with an sqlite3_context pointer from a virtual table. It returns NULL in both cases. (check-in: 2f496873 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:41
Merge trunk changes into the jsonb branch for the compiler warning fixes from two days ago. (check-in: cee113cc user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:27
The json_extract() function now works on BLOBs without the need to translate into an array of JsonNode objects. This is much faster. (check-in: 5853065b user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:23
Extract directly from BLOB is now complete and appears to work. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 3de58ec9 user: drh tags: jsonb-direct-extract)
17:07
Miscellaneous bugs fixed. (check-in: 5c0815fa user: drh tags: jsonb-direct-extract)
15:56
Improvements to json_extract() to better support JSONB. Still not 100% working. (check-in: 8c825761 user: drh tags: jsonb-direct-extract)
15:00
Clarify serialization API doc w.r.t. buffer validity and usage, instigated by forum post 8922e2ad2ad41205. No code changes. (check-in: b488b9fb user: larrybr tags: trunk)
11:19
Adapted the JNI bindings for the sqlite3_value_...() and (pre)update hook APIs to the new pointer-passing mechanism. (check-in: 4182f027 user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
10:50
Convert the remaining macro-generated JNI bindings to the new pointer-passing mechanism. (check-in: 250fd6ae user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
10:27
Convert the macro-generated JNI bindings which take a db pointer to the new pointer-passing mechanism. (check-in: 5f47fb77 user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
10:20
Work toward getting json_extract() to operate directly on the BLOB, omitting the translation into a JsonNode array. (check-in: c1feba70 user: drh tags: jsonb-direct-extract)
2023-09-27
16:55
Performance tests for JSONB added. (check-in: 7c1be8e3 user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:41
Adapted JNI sqlite3_blob_...() and sqlite3_close...() to the new pointer-passing mechanism. (check-in: 0b22c8ef user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
11:01
Adapt JNI sqlite3_bind_...() bindings to the new pointer-passing method and correct the mapping of sqlite3_bind_zeroblob64() to use zeroblob64() instead of zeroblob(). Related internal API renaming. (check-in: 980d559f user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
10:29
Add missing license headers to JNI annotation classes and extend the definition of @NotNull to include 0L as the equivalent of null to account for the current rework of how pointers are passed from Java to C. (check-in: bccdfeb9 user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
09:58
Rework the JNI sqlite3_backup APIs to the new pointer-passing approach. (check-in: 48aeb1e2 user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
2023-09-26
21:37
Start reworking JNI methods such that they pass void pointers from Java to C instead of passing their strongly-typed wrappers, as that is reportedly significantly faster than passing the wrapper objects to C and extracting the pointers there. There are still many, many functions left to rework for this. (check-in: 66c814dd user: stephan tags: jni-ptr-passing)
21:22
Fix harmless compiler warnings in the testfixture testing utility. (check-in: 5a39a02d user: drh tags: trunk)
19:49
JNI: implement AutoCloseable for the sqlite3 and sqlite3_stmt classes, and adjust a few tests to use it. Override Object.finalize() for sqlite3 class but not sqlite3_stmt (where it triggers a JVM crash for as-yet-unknown reasons). (check-in: b633d8bb user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:46
Merge partial-index constant value fixes from trunk into the jsonb branch. (check-in: 700bdbd7 user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:38
Fix yet another assert() in the partial-index constant value optimization. (check-in: f459d080 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:30
Add in many jsonb_xxxx() interfaces. Still uses the internal JsonNode representation for transformations and search, but it does at least conform to the desired API design. Largely untested. (check-in: e6045b4e user: drh tags: jsonb)
19:26
Remove a NEVER() from a condition in the partial-index constant value optimization that can sometimes be true. (check-in: 63aea8c3 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:13
Merge all the latest trunk enhancements into jsonb branch. (check-in: ac242c4d user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:57
Remove unreachable code from the partial-index constant value optimization ([8d4160910d651246]). (check-in: 7ad38254 user: drh tags: trunk)
09:46
Remove some outdated JNI docs. (check-in: 2ca5cbbb user: stephan tags: trunk)
07:43
Minor JNI doc updates. No code changes. (check-in: 63687cc6 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-09-25
17:46
In partial index scans, if the WHERE clause implies a constant value for a table column, replace occurences of that table column with the constant. This increases the likelihood of the partial index being a covering index. (check-in: 8d416091 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:21
Another very minor tweak to code on this branch to save cycles. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 2c805dc6 user: dan tags: partial-index-terms)
17:14
When parsing JSON text into the BLOB format, only use node type JSONB_TEXTJ for an unquoted object label if the object label contains escape sequences. (check-in: a82ebbac user: drh tags: jsonb)
15:25
Change the order of an if..else... in new code to make it slightly faster. (check-in: f80dc644 user: dan tags: partial-index-terms)
14:20
Enable -Wall for the compiler on --enable-debug builds. (check-in: 63a7b521 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:23
As a temporary measure, try to translate the BLOB JSON format into the legacy node format for processing. (check-in: 14f2e95a user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:12
Fix a bad interaction between LEFT JOIN, bloom filters and partial indexes. (check-in: 5775f92b user: dan tags: partial-index-terms)
00:39
Cause sqlite3_exper_new() to replicate UDFs and custom collations early enough to appear in virtual column expressions during schema copy. forum post e030aa4b3a (check-in: 8fc2c455 user: larrybr tags: expert-enhancement)
2023-09-24
22:51
Make expert changes acceptable to C89. (check-in: a4f03c22 user: larrybr tags: expert-enhancement)
19:47
Merge expert changes to accept UDFs and custom collations. (check-in: 8ead1b5e user: larrybr tags: expert-enhancement)
19:38
Add minimal exercise of expert acceptance of UDFs and custom collations. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 0f6bbb79 user: larrybr tags: expert-udfs)
19:28
Sync w/trunk prior to merge back. (check-in: 2d290854 user: larrybr tags: expert-udfs)
19:13
Resolve the JNI FTS5 test5() failure and remove some nearby dead code. (check-in: 5655c51f user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:00
Give expert ability to deal with custom collations. (check-in: ac1dc1b6 user: larrybr tags: expert-udfs)
2023-09-23
21:31
Add extra tests for changes on this branch. (check-in: cb45f5b0 user: dan tags: partial-index-terms)
19:25
Avoid an error when parsing a schema that contains indexes with WHERE clauses containing unknown collation sequences. (check-in: d5dd39e3 user: dan tags: partial-index-terms)
18:52
Fix a failing assert() caused by changes on this branch. (check-in: d0e21f20 user: dan tags: partial-index-terms)
18:49
Fix a harmless compiler warning. (check-in: 7c421025 user: drh tags: partial-index-terms)
15:34
Add extra tests for the fts5 xPhraseQuery API. (check-in: b5edea16 user: dan tags: trunk)
06:50
Resolve the JNI FTS5 test5() crash, caused by two unrelated typos in JNI callback signature strings. That test now fails with an expected-vs-got mismatch but no longer dies in the native code. (check-in: 0233f310 user: stephan tags: trunk)
06:37
Remove an invalid optimization from JNI code and add a missing check check for Java-side exception. (check-in: b8151f87 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-09-22
20:21
In partial index scans, if the WHERE clause implies a constant value for a table column, replace occurences of that table column with the constant. This increases the likelihood of the partial index being a covering index. (check-in: 66ed7abd user: dan tags: partial-index-terms)
16:20
Fix minor parse-to-BLOB bugs. (check-in: 8b53b2e6 user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:33
Add the ability to render a binary BLOB back into valid canonical JSON. (check-in: 0b70cb77 user: drh tags: jsonb)
14:20
Give expert ability to deal with UDFs. (check-in: 3406b05b user: larrybr tags: expert-udfs)
12:16
Begin adding code to render binary JSON back into text. Very incomplete. This is an incremental check-in. (check-in: b817dd86 user: drh tags: jsonb)
11:20
Improvements to the JSON binary BLOB format design. (check-in: 2c89ae5d user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-09-21
18:16
Reorganize the code to put the new JSONB routines together, for easier editing. (check-in: dc23e783 user: drh tags: jsonb)
17:51
Initial development code for an experimental binary BLOB encoding for JSON. (check-in: 8131b3c2 user: drh tags: jsonb)
2023-09-18
20:42
Add extra tests for java Fts5ExtensionApi API. (check-in: f9d62b85 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:12
Extra tests for java Fts5ExtensionApi interface. (check-in: c923893f user: dan tags: trunk)
2023-09-17
16:36
Remove a NEVER() in btree.c that could actually be reached, with the approriate database corruption. (check-in: d1fd00e0 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-09-16
18:18
Fix resolution of "rowid" and similar identifiers in queries that use nested joins. (check-in: 37ec43d9 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:11
Enable "OR IGNORE" support via SQLITE_VTAB_CONSTRAINT_SUPPORT for internal-content (not contentless or external-content) fts5 tables. (check-in: c362bde4 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:39
Add a NEVER() to an unreachable branch. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 6b6eb389 user: drh tags: nested-from-rowid-expansion)
16:23
Fix minor code indentation inconsistencies. No function changes. (check-in: 05107a0a user: drh tags: nested-from-rowid-expansion)
16:12
Fix a harmless compiler warning. (check-in: 9e9ff4ca user: drh tags: nested-from-rowid-expansion)
14:42
Further tests and assert() statements for the change on this branch. (check-in: 1c202d54 user: dan tags: nested-from-rowid-expansion)
2023-09-15
20:57
Fix resolution of unqualified "rowid" identifiers in queries with nested joins. (check-in: bbcbd3d5 user: dan tags: nested-from-rowid-expansion)
20:28
Simplifications and performance optimizations for the RTree extension. (check-in: 04a333f5 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:51
Drop support for the view-scan optimization (check-in [609fbb94b8f01d67]) as it was causing multiple performance regressions. In its place, reduce the estimated row count for DISTINCT subsqueries by a factor of 8. (check-in: f911f1c4 user: drh tags: trunk)
19:27
Minor simplification to the DISTINCT output row count change. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 0738386d user: drh tags: rethink-viewscan)
19:00
Do not reduce subquery output row count estimates due to DISTINCT until after the decision of whether or not to use an index for ORDER BY has been made. (check-in: 27390051 user: drh tags: rethink-viewscan)
18:36
Allow expressions like "<tbl>.rowid" to refer to implicit rowid columns of tables in nested FROM clauses. (check-in: 59a1bbc6 user: dan tags: nested-from-rowid-expansion)
16:15
Experimental: Assume that a DISTINCT clause on a subquery reduces the number of rows returned by that subquery by a factor of 8. (check-in: 5a940e47 user: drh tags: rethink-viewscan)
14:06
The view-scan optimization was added to enhance the performance of one specific query, but it causes performance regressions on a host of others. Disable it (at least temporarily) in order to try to find an alternative way of fixing the one specific query that it was created to fix - an alternative way that does not cause performance problems for other unrelated queries. (check-in: d9625a9e user: drh tags: rethink-viewscan)
10:27
Do not try to convert a double into an unsigned 64-bit integer, as that does not work on all platforms. A double can only be converted into a signed 64-bit integer. (check-in: 4ce5a03e user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
10:24
Do not try to convert a double into an unsigned 64-bit integer, as that does not work on all platforms. A double can only be converted into a signed 64-bit integer. This is a fix for the problem reported in forum post 9f6db917e1c05d40. (check-in: ce339046 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-09-14
20:56
Tests for java versions of Fts5ExtensionApi.xSetAuxdata() and xGetAuxdata(). (check-in: 858fa236 user: dan tags: trunk)
20:02
JNI: move XTokenizeCallback interface out of the Fts5 object - that level of indirection is a holdover from when those classes were in the core package. (check-in: 385ec085 user: stephan tags: trunk)
20:01
Add a few more tests for Fts5ExtensionApi methods. (check-in: 4ce2a7e8 user: dan tags: trunk)
17:42
Add a test for the java version of Fts5ExtensionApi.xRowid(). (check-in: 227facf8 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:45
According to forum post 9f6db917e1, older MSVC compilers are unable to convert a double directly into an unsigned long long int, but must first go through a signed long long int. Work around this by restricting the range of doubles that are converted into long long integers so that only the lower 63 bits are used. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 0ab05871 user: drh tags: legacy-msvc-workaround)
16:02
Document the use of OPFLAG_ISNOOP as the P2 argument on OP_Delete. No functional code changes. (check-in: d88f41b2 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:05
Avoid a segfault in test program showdb.c that could occur when analyzing a corrupt db. (check-in: 6bf3e906 user: dan tags: trunk)
13:10
Improve the sqlite3IntFloatCompare() routine so that it is testable. (check-in: bb221381 user: drh tags: trunk)
10:46
Do not set the global bUseLongDouble flag based purely on sizeof(long double) being more than 8. That is a necessary but not sufficient condition to use the long double routines. Instead, do a run-time test to verify that long double really does provide extra precision. (check-in: aa999d49 user: drh tags: trunk)
01:46
Reduce the number of calls to sqlite3_mprintf() made by RTree. (Closed-Leaf check-in: f158b7d4 user: drh tags: rtree-performance)
2023-09-13
21:32
JNI: enable the fts5-customization bits by default but elide them from the docs until it's clearer where they're headed. Unrelated minor doc tweaks. (check-in: 21adb1ae user: stephan tags: trunk)
20:35
Improved comments on the hasHighPrecisionDouble() routine. No changes to the underlying code. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 810c635c user: drh tags: runtime-longdouble-test)
20:06
Determine at start time whether or not the underlying hardware supports high-precision long double computations. (check-in: 9a854b91 user: drh tags: runtime-longdouble-test)
17:30
Omit the Reinsert algorithm from RTree. This causes most benchmarks to run faster, at the expense of having a slightly less dense and hence larger index (example: 33 entries/node versus 34 entries/node). (check-in: b3049a1d user: drh tags: rtree-performance)
17:16
Doc corrections for the previous checkin. (check-in: 9ea0a9f3 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:11
Add JNI sqlite3_prepare_multi(), based on feedback. (check-in: fa1c1534 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:07
Performance optimization to cellContains() in RTREE. (check-in: 43cde22b user: drh tags: rtree-performance)
13:12
In the ChooseLeaf algorithm of RTREE, do an initial pass through the cells of a node looking for solutions that involve no cell enlargement. Only look for the minimum cell enlargement if the enlargement is non-zero for all cells. This results in a performance improvement by reducing the number of calls to cellUnion(). (check-in: 59f0e239 user: drh tags: rtree-performance)
12:06
Reduce the number of calls to cellArea() in the ChooseLeaf() algorithm of rtree. (check-in: c633fe6b user: drh tags: rtree-performance)
11:36
Remove unused variable from the ChooseLeaf algorithm in r-tree. (check-in: fb2e4a80 user: drh tags: rtree-performance)
11:24
Replace an if() condition in fts5 that is always true with an assert(). (check-in: 2170312c user: dan tags: trunk)
2023-09-12
23:21
CLI .import to accept EOF in lieu of record terminator on last field of CSV (with multiple field records), per RFC 4180. forum post 5b21c25bdfa (check-in: 6f7842f5 user: larrybr tags: trunk)
23:11
Fix a use-after-free error in fts5 that could occur when querying the "rank" column immediately after another connection changes its definition. (check-in: dfc42411 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
18:36
Fix a use-after-free error in fts5 that could occur when querying the "rank" column immediately after another connection changes its definition. forum post a2dd636330. (check-in: cb54c2da user: dan tags: trunk)
17:49
Clarify some metrics output in Tester1.java. (check-in: 4ae7199a user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:06
Re-add the fts5 decls to sqlite3-jni.h, removed in a rebuild without fts5 enabled. Need a better solution for this problem. (check-in: 6f269790 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:03
Rename JNI sqlite3_errmsg() to sqlite3_errmsg16() for overall constency with the text()/text16() family of functions. (check-in: c4a8d8a5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:33
JNI readme fix. (check-in: 7dde000e user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:36
64-bit builds on Windows default to using UTF-8 output (as if the -utf8 command-line option had been specified.) 32-bit builds continue to use Windows code pages. There is also a new -no-utf8 command-line option to force the use of legacy code pages. (check-in: d8c7560e user: drh tags: trunk)
14:09
Show the "(utf8)" tag on the CLI banner in Windows if in UTF8 mode. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 822699a4 user: drh tags: cli-utf8)
2023-09-11
20:09
Add the -no-utf8 option to the Windows CLI to cause UTF-8 mode to be omitted. (check-in: 4cb799c6 user: drh tags: cli-utf8)
20:02
Make the -utf8 option the default behavior in the CLI on Windows for 64-bit builds. (check-in: 8b3c306d user: drh tags: cli-utf8)
15:35
Remove a harmlessly unused variable from FTS5. (check-in: 958d62c7 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
15:28
Refuse to build amalgamation-tarball and snapshot-tarball if the TEA version number disagrees with ./VERSION. (check-in: ad5cc375 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
15:27
Refuse to build amalgamation-tarball and snapshot-tarball if the TEA version number disagrees with ./VERSION. (check-in: 3308fdda user: drh tags: trunk)
15:20
Merge in JNI's significant divergence since it adopted sqlite3_client_data(). (check-in: e8e07dbb user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:04
Fix the TEA version number to be 3.43.1 (check-in: e00f1fed user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
14:55
Add support for the sqlite3_get_clientdata() and sqlite3_set_clientdata() interfaces, to better support JNI. (check-in: 9806c0dd user: drh tags: trunk)
13:06
Merge version 3.43.1 into the reuse-schema-3.43 subbranch. (check-in: d96586b5 user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.43)
12:01
Version 3.43.1 (check-in: 2d3a40c0 user: drh tags: release, branch-3.43, version-3.43.1)
2023-09-10
10:56
Roll back [84e38341aeab] because a direct pointer comparison is ill-advised when the client-data string is dynamically allocated. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 7b884832 user: stephan tags: db-client-data)
2023-09-09
17:53
Remove out-of-date comment regarding use of Parse.pConstExpr. (check-in: 71548f72 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:30
Merge post-3.43.0 wal2 fixes into the bedrock-3.43 branch. (check-in: 48ecf390 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.43)
15:22
Merge post-3.43.0 wal2 fixes into the wal2-3.43 sub-branch. (Leaf check-in: f82b1a0b user: drh tags: wal2-3.43)
11:20
In the JNI build, emit a reminder to not check in the javac-generated sqlite3-jni.h when FTS5 is disabled because changes in that feature flag result in unnecessary and large diffs in checked-in generated code. (Closed-Leaf check-in: caceb52f user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
07:52
Disable FTS5 in the JNI build by default until it can be thoroughly tested. This is mainly so that the public-facing javadoc does not include it. (check-in: 6f25f02b user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
2023-09-08
20:24
Merge candidate patches for version 3.43.1 into the reuse-schema-3.43 branch. (check-in: c94be460 user: drh tags: reuse-schema-3.43)
20:19
Merge the latest candidate patches for 3.43.1 into the bedrock-3.43 branch. (check-in: 4cefd16e user: drh tags: bedrock-3.43)
20:14
Merge the latest 3.43.1 candidate patches into the wal2-3.43 branch. (check-in: b4491c9f user: drh tags: wal2-3.43)
20:09
Merge patches queued for version 3.43.1 into the begin-concurrent-3.43 branch. (check-in: c7867985 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent-3.43)
19:35
Fix a problem with fts5 secure-delete mode causing fts5 to corrupt its records. (check-in: fb24ca17 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
19:18
Add extra tests for [4b60a1c3]. (check-in: 6357491b user: dan tags: trunk)
18:34
Fix a problem with fts5 secure-delete mode causing fts5 to corrupt its records. (check-in: 4b60a1c3 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:49
Fix a sanitizer runtime error in wal2 code (that (1 << 31) cannot be represented as an int). (check-in: 79a920c0 user: dan tags: wal2)
16:07
Fix an apparently harmless buffer-overrun that could occur on this branch when committing multi-file transactions in wal2 mode. (check-in: ffe043ba user: dan tags: bedrock)
16:05
Fix an apparently harmless buffer-overrun that could occur on this branch when committing multi-file transactions in wal2 mode. (check-in: dde9fcbd user: dan tags: wal2)
2023-09-07
17:54
Add -DSQLITE_OMIT_LOOKASIDE=1 to the "Sanitize" configuration in testrunner_data.tcl. (check-in: a917ebf1 user: dan tags: trunk)
16:53
Enhance the ./configure script and its associated Makefile.in so that the --with-linenoise=DIR argument cause the linenoise command-line editing library located in directory DIR to be linked with the sqlite3 CLI. (check-in: 6c7822b5 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:36
Enhance the ./configure script and its associated Makefile.in so that the --with-linenoise=DIR argument cause the linenoise command-line editing library located in directory DIR to be linked with the sqlite3 CLI. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 9c4e4928 user: drh tags: wrong-branch)
14:10
Fix a bad assert() in FTS3. (check-in: 61d2074c user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
14:04
Fix a buffer overread in the sessions extension that could occur when processing a corrupt changeset. (check-in: 6009c871 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
13:53
Fix a buffer overread in the sessions extension that could occur when processing a corrupt changeset. (check-in: 0e4e7a05 user: dan tags: trunk)
13:48
Fix a harmless compiler warning in the sqldiff.c utility. (check-in: e6390a65 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:43
Add the "tool-zip" makefile target with the intention of using it to build the "sqlite-tool-*.zip" deliverables. deliverables. (check-in: 06e4af49 user: drh tags: trunk)
11:48
Version number to 3.43.1. (check-in: fdfe4d60 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
02:13
Fix a problem with the new xIntegrity method for virtual tables, and also fix a bad assert() in FTS3 that was found by the new xIntegrity method. (check-in: 52bbf44f user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-09-06
17:07
Add documentation to sqlite3_get/set_clientdata() to make it clear that these are security-sensitive interfaces that should not be exposed to potential attackers. (check-in: 2837061d user: drh tags: db-client-data)
16:51
Add the xIntegrity method to the sqlite3_module object, thus enabling PRAGMA integrity_check to operate on virtual tables. Make use of this new method in the FTS3/4, FTS5, and RTREE virtual tables. (check-in: 2f08e7d2 user: drh tags: trunk)
16:22
Fix unreachable branches. (Closed-Leaf check-in: f00fc163 user: drh tags: vtab-integrity-check)
14:00
Change the xIntegrity virtual table method signature so that it returns an integer error code and writes the error message into a parameter. (check-in: f1d4024a user: drh tags: vtab-integrity-check)
12:52
Add the xIntegrity method to the sqlite3_module object. Implement this method in RTREE, FTS3/4, and FTS5 so that "PRAGMA integrity_check" also verifies the correctness of shadow tables associated with those virtual tables. (check-in: 17bede8c user: drh tags: vtab-integrity-check)
07:39
Move Java-side FTS5 bits into the fts5 subpackage to (A) make it easy to optionally bundle it (or not) and (B) set a precedent for puting extension APIs in their own package. (check-in: 4c773e1f user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
06:54
Java FTS5 API renaming, for consistency. (check-in: 5e4cc9f3 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
2023-09-05
15:43
Add debugging routines to check each page for corruption after it it is manipulated by the fts5 secure-delete code, and to log said page via sqlite3_log() if it is found to be corrupt. (Leaf check-in: da4b7385 user: dan tags: fts5-secure-delete-debug)
15:03
Fix a few SQLITE_MISUSE returns so that they call sqlite3MisuseError(). (check-in: 93f74490 user: drh tags: trunk)
2023-09-04
16:48
Add tests for, and source code comments to, fts5. No changes to code. (check-in: b12afff4 user: dan tags: trunk)
12:50
Do not make assumptions about the byteorder of PowerPC processors. (check-in: 4a2498fe user: drh tags: trunk)
06:15
In JNI routines which set an OutputPointer.value, always do so, even on error, for consistency. (check-in: d0df62f0 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
05:58
Remove several unnececessary functions. (check-in: 84433c72 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
05:34
Move an internal utility class out of the public Java API. (check-in: 8e1ae319 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
04:23
Expose sqlite3_bind_parameter_name() to JNI. Extend the definition of null for the @NotNull annotation, to consider closed/finalized Java-side handles wrapping C-side resources as null for its purposes. (check-in: fc34e2bf user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
2023-09-03
15:01
In mksqlite3c.tcl, pass EXTRA_SRC files through verbatim instead of applying the post-processing needed for sqlite's own source files. (check-in: 44f3d7d0 user: stephan tags: extra-src)
14:41
Add the missing sqlite3_blob_read() to [9a9945c405cf]. Elaborate on the definition of the @NotNull annotation. (check-in: 85952b4a user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
14:13
Expose the sqlite3_blob_...() APIs to JNI. (check-in: 9a9945c4 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
12:46
Expose sqlite3_system_errno() to JNI. (check-in: bac54da2 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
12:32
Expose sqlite3_stmt_status() to JNI. (check-in: d266acc2 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
12:17
Expose sqlite3_randomness() to JNI. (check-in: de969224 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
11:58
Expose sqlite3_get/set_auxdata() to JNI. (check-in: 0de32717 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
11:16
Expose sqlite3_get_autocommit() to JNI. (check-in: 67391c65 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
11:08
Remove some unnecessary code. (check-in: c7f9bbbb user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
10:36
Add a couple more sqlite3_backup tests. (check-in: 5c2cf89d user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
10:23
Export the sqlite3_backup_...() APIs to JNI. (check-in: 865a3df5 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
09:28
Export the sqlite3_keyword_...() family of functions to JNI. (check-in: bd554db3 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
2023-09-02
21:55
Also add support for EXTRA_SRC in the Makefile for MSVC. (check-in: bfc18ef4 user: mistachkin tags: extra-src)
19:35
Performance optimization to the OP_MakeRecord opcode. (check-in: 2aef9af3 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:36
Add sqlite3_config(SQLITE_CONFIG_LOG) support to Java and correct clearing of SQLITE_CONFIG_SQLLOG. Correct missing names in propagated UDF exception messages. (check-in: 652e2e82 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
12:53
Expose sqlite3_complete() to JNI. Slightly widen the definition of "canonical" for the purposes of the @Canonical annotation. Add a few new tests. (check-in: a59fe0cd user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
11:26
Duplicate code consolidation. (check-in: a1872ae9 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
10:18
Remove a superfluous level of indirection in the JNI internals. (check-in: 8dca6f76 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
08:51
Further JNI cleanups. (check-in: 30e38173 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
08:04
Optimize sqlite3_get/set_clientdata() for the presumably common case of a static string pointer. (check-in: 84e38341 user: stephan tags: db-client-data)
05:37
Add EXTRA_SRC build var. If set, it is treated like a list of files, each of which gets appended verbatim to sqlite3.c. The intent is to enable easily extending the amalgamation. Requested in/around forum post 3fcc655f0ac0efe8. (check-in: 934b8433 user: stephan tags: extra-src)
2023-09-01
17:51
Add a timer to the JS SQLTester app to warn if it appears that loading the module has failed, which is commonly caused by the test scripts not being compiled. (check-in: f9c1f9ca user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
16:28
Correct a Tester1.java test which inadvertently created a spurious db file in the current dir. Unrelated minor cleanups. (check-in: 016bbdad user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
14:20
Make the JNI-internal metrics opt-in rather than opt-out so client builds won't have them by default. Unrelated doc tweaks. (check-in: aa72d25a user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
13:27
Make JNI interfaces of sqlite3_column/value_text() match the C ones better. Internal JNI cleanups and simplifications. (check-in: eb24f972 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
11:30
In the OPFS VFS' importDb() methods, overwrite the header bytes 18 and 19 with 1 instead of 0. Correct a potentially leaked/unclosed SharedAccessHandle when importDb() throws. (check-in: 6795a610 user: stephan tags: branch-3.43)
11:10
Second half of [1c532e80]. (check-in: 8ca1d815 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:05
In the OPFS VFS' importDb() methods, overwrite the header bytes 18 and 19 with 1 instead of 0. Both seem to work, but 1 is correct. (check-in: 1c532e80 user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:37
Remove some newly-dead code. (check-in: dc0fa76b user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
10:32
Expose sqlite3_limit() to JNI and remove the all SQLITE_ macros from the Java interface which are not exposed via sqlite3.h (SQLITE_MAX_... and SQLITE_THREADSAFE_...). (check-in: 5fe5b0a5 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
09:43
JNI build improvements. Rename a Java class. Get the jar target working again. (check-in: d086b784 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
06:50
Expose sqlite3_stmt_explain(), sqlite3_stmt_isexplain(), and sqlite3_stmt_readonly() to JNI. Remove a mutex lock made superfluous by sqlite3_client_data(). (check-in: 208b786a user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
2023-08-31
19:35
Export sqlite3_txn_state() to JNI. (check-in: d732f71d user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
18:34
Minor JNI cleanups. (check-in: 2e2bb841 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
18:26
Do not disable unused columns in a UNION ALL sub-query if any component of the sub-query is DISTINCT. (check-in: 0d50d271 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
18:00
Do not disable unused columns in a UNION ALL sub-query if any component of the sub-query is DISTINCT. Problem introduced by [7c2d3406000dc8ac] and reported by forum post aeae62275ebbf584. (check-in: c84d5602 user: dan tags: trunk)
15:24
Add convenience overloads of JNI sqlite3_table_column_metadata() to simplify usage. (check-in: faf4e6d3 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
14:57
Export sqlite3_(db_)free_memory() and sqlite3_table_column_metadata() to JNI. Further internals renaming for consistency and legibility. (check-in: 7c86aa34 user: stephan tags: jni-client-data)
2023-08-30
18:51
Use mutexes to make sqlite3_set_clientdata() and sqlite3_get_clientdata() threadsafe. (check-in: 443ea20d user: drh tags: db-client-data)
18:45
Replace JNI's per-db-instance state tracking with the new sqlite3_set/get_clientdata(). (check-in: e7c11d34 user: stephan tags: db-client-data)
18:38
Fix the json_array_length() function so that it gives the correct result even when its JSON input comes from json_remove(). (check-in: d63d9ee3 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.43)
18:34
Fix the json_array_length() routine so that it reports the correct answer even if its JSON input comes from the output of json_remove(). (check-in: 8b390d7e user: drh tags: wal2-3.43)
18:27
Fix a bug in json_array_length() introduced in version 3.43.0 If the JSON input comes from json_remove(), the removed array entries are still counted as part of the array length. (check-in: db7cb6cb user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
18:19
Fix a bug in json_array_length() introduced in version 3.43.0 by check-in [df099ad713011b67]. If the JSON input comes from json_remove(), the removed array entries are still counted as part of the array length. Bug report in forum post 0560d5e482. (check-in: 69a63595 user: drh tags: trunk)
17:41
Remove another unreachable branch in the sqlite3_set_clientdata() logic. (check-in: 57e31e6b user: drh tags: db-client-data)
17:14
Remove an unreachable branch, and improve documentation of sqlite3_set_clientdata(). (check-in: 565c68ad user: drh tags: db-client-data)
16:34
Fix the AVG() and TOTAL() functions so that they work with infinities. (check-in: 9877c7c8 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.43)
16:24
Fix the AVG() and TOTAL() functions so that they work with infinitites. (check-in: 988e5308 user: drh tags: wal2-3.43)
16:08
Fix the AVG() and TOTAL() functions so that they work with infinitites. (check-in: 97e20716 user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
16:03
Fix the AVG() and TOTAL() functions (after the SUM() fix of [77d3dcd283595c52]) so that they work with infinitites. Fixes a bug introduced by check-in. [c63e26e705f5e967]. Bug reported by forum post 8960fb40cc. (check-in: 6df6f17c user: drh tags: trunk)
15:51
Further tweaking in both SQLTesters. (check-in: 46b0eb98 user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:42
Fix to the sqlite3_get_clientdata() interface. (check-in: 937cd176 user: drh tags: db-client-data)
15:20
New experimental API for attaching client data to a database connection. (check-in: d542837f user: drh tags: db-client-data)
14:20
When a JS SQLTester script throws, report the exception details back to the UI regardless of whether it's fatal. (check-in: 273d3b05 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:07
Add a JS implementation of Java's SQLTester. (check-in: b530792a user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:54
Add a UI, of sorts, to the JS SQLTester. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 249e82b9 user: stephan tags: js-tester)
00:22
Add a mechanism with which to import external SQLTester scripts into the JS testing tool. (check-in: bb08ba02 user: stephan tags: js-tester)
2023-08-29
21:30
Add directives support to JS SQLTester comparable to the Java impl. This brings the two to feature parity. (check-in: 7cef4a83 user: stephan tags: js-tester)
20:44
More fleshing out of JS SQLTester. (check-in: 8c503dfb user: stephan tags: js-tester)
20:37
Merge the latest branch-3.43 fixes into the bedrock branch. (check-in: 7e3e0075 user: drh tags: bedrock-3.43)
20:24
Merge the branch-3.43 fixes into the wal2 branch. (check-in: 903e9974 user: drh tags: wal2-3.43)
20:19
Fix a test case problem in wal2recover2.test. (check-in: 9e927eed user: drh tags: wal2)
20:01
JS SQLTestRunner can now run the Java impl's core-most sanity tests, missing only support for directives. (check-in: 5e798369 user: stephan tags: js-tester)
18:28
New conversion letters added to strftime(): %e, %k, %I, %l, %R, %P, %p, %T, %u. (check-in: 058722b2 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:39
Get the JS SQLTester command handlers in place sans those which have to run SQL. (check-in: d21b1217 user: stephan tags: js-tester)
15:38
Change the version number to 3.44.0 to begin the next development cycle. (Should have done this a few check-ins ago.) (check-in: 253fe4a4 user: drh tags: trunk)
15:24
Add support for the CONCAT() and CONCAT_WS() SQL functions, modeled after the PostgreSQL behavior. (check-in: 0b434ca7 user: drh tags: trunk)
13:28
Get the basic parsing pieces and command dispatching in place in the JS SQLTester. (check-in: 8fcc2a55 user: stephan tags: js-tester)
11:22
Init bits of a port of Java's SQLTester to JS. Far from complete. (check-in: 60eec5ce user: stephan tags: js-tester)
10:50
Change a variable from "int" to "i64" to make it easier to prove that it cannot overflow. (check-in: 00a8b3a2 user: dan tags: trunk)
00:10
Remove some dead code. Add a skeleton SQLTester script for fts5. (check-in: 6c83e31f user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-08-28
23:18
Factor out a superfluous struct member. (check-in: 76d3911c user: stephan tags: trunk)
22:52
Further minor internal JNI simplifications. (check-in: 1808d12e user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:27
Improve threadability of the JNI collation-related bindings and add infrastructure for similar cases. (check-in: f02dad66 user: stephan tags: trunk)
20:21
Correct JNI mapping of collations to be 1-db-to-many-collations. (check-in: b927b0f5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
20:14
Updates to testrunner.tcl so that it runs fuzztest using multiple jobs. (check-in: ceeabe9f user: dan tags: trunk)
20:02
Fix the "sdevtest" testrunner.tcl command so that it correctly enables asan on windows. (Closed-Leaf check-in: 64631923 user: dan tags: testrunner)
18:15
Fixes for testrunner.tcl on windows. (check-in: 26ae0908 user: dan tags: testrunner)
16:28
Another fix for valgrind permutation. Remove the "copydir" table column - just add a [cp] or [copy] command to the test script where this functionality is required. (check-in: 448b9a57 user: dan tags: testrunner)
16:22
Remove a pair of what are arguably unnecessary mutex locks (and often hit). More JNI-internal cleanups. (check-in: ecf07a01 user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:05
Update tool/mkctimec.tcl to account for [fe7365254d343e]. (check-in: 349aac7e user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:58
Add support for the -DSQLITE_EXTRA_AUTOEXT=name compile-time option. forum thread 00829394c74a670f. (check-in: fe736525 user: drh tags: trunk)
14:59
Duplicate code consolidation. (check-in: 71f23974 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:18
Move a metrics counter so that it can be used to indirectly witness the race condition fix from [f5274e00f17d58e0] by recording varying final values for that metric across consecutive multi-threaded test runs. (check-in: 54d2209d user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:06
Resolve a JNI-side race condition. Removed a now-extraneous struct member. Internal API renaming for consistency. (check-in: f5274e00 user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:57
Fix an issue with infinity handling by the SUM() function that goes back to the extended-precision SUM() enhancement of check-in c63e26e705f5e967. Problem reported by forum post 1c06ddcacc86032a. (check-in: 692266ab user: drh tags: branch-3.43)
12:20
Fix an issue with infinity handling by the SUM() function that goes back to the extended-precision SUM() enhancement of check-in [c63e26e705f5e967]. Problem reported by forum post 1c06ddcacc86032a. (check-in: 77d3dcd2 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:06
Resolve a condition which could cause an is-interrupted db to call its progress callback. (check-in: a0d0f1aa user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:22
Fix the valgrind permutation on this branch. (check-in: ccbf0676 user: dan tags: testrunner)
11:10
Further JNI cleanups and javadoc additions. (check-in: c393b1c9 user: stephan tags: trunk)
07:28
Lots of javadoc-related tweaks. (check-in: cfe06f90 user: stephan tags: trunk)
05:48
Correct a package renaming bug in the previous check-in and start applying the @Canonical annotation to functions to distinguish canonical API functions and Java-specific APIs. (check-in: 8a016006 user: stephan tags: trunk)
05:39
Move the JNI annotations into the annotation subpackage. (check-in: e4dedf90 user: stephan tags: trunk)
05:06
Resolve a makefile bug which causes sqlite3-worker1-bundler-friendly.mjs to be built incorrectly. Reported in forum post a874e435cf4690c1. (check-in: 289d2a0e user: stephan tags: branch-3.43)
04:59
Resolve a makefile bug which causes sqlite3-worker1-bundler-friendly.mjs to be built incorrectly. Reported in forum post a874e435cf4690c1. (check-in: 9d68c7ef user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-08-27
15:15
Reimplement JNI's sqlite3_value_text() as a native instead of a Java-side proxy. Unrelated minor simplifications. (check-in: 401dd6ee user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:47
Generic cleanups in Tester1.java. (check-in: fbc1b631 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:43
Remove JNI sqlite3_column_java_object(), as the protection rules of sqlite3_values makes it impossible to implement safely. Add JNI sqlite3_bind_java_object(). (check-in: 29bd4a23 user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:28
Correct the signature mismatch between JNI sqlite3_column/value_text16() and add related tests. (check-in: 77f6e70f user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:40
Make JNI sqlite3_trace_v2() thread-safe. Re-add a piece removed in [bae4d022aad9b] to work around a JVM crash which is unpredictably triggered by its substitute. Fix the THREADMODE=0 JNI build. Further internal API simplifications. (check-in: 3f9f7a9c user: stephan tags: trunk)
09:12
Factor out an unnecessary struct member. JNI sqlite3_shutdown() now frees up the various object-recycling bins. Doc touchups. (check-in: bae4d022 user: stephan tags: trunk)
08:10
Factor out a superfluous JNI class. Doc and code style cleanups. (check-in: 0f37f271 user: stephan tags: trunk)
07:26
JNI code reorgs and simplify the failing-alloc interface a bit. (check-in: deed5797 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-08-26
22:34
Apply the JNI OOM checks to memory returned by JDK APIs, as distinct from our APIs. (check-in: 1ff78582 user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:13
Eliminate a superfluous JNI-internal middle-man class. (check-in: daede0f8 user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:04
Updates to testrunner.tcl so that it runs "make fuzztest" using multiple jobs. (check-in: 7596ea70 user: dan tags: testrunner)
21:02
Whether or not OOM is always fatal in JNI is now a compile-time option. (check-in: 320a34c0 user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:34
Correct a string length misuse in JNI sqlite3_result_error() in an OOM case. Unrelated minor JNI cleanups. (check-in: 4252f56f user: stephan tags: trunk)
18:15
Remove a bunch of commented-out debug output. (check-in: b4948848 user: stephan tags: trunk)
18:01
Re-order some out-of-order JNI APIs. Correct JNI sqlite3_open_v2() behavior in a particular OOM condition. (check-in: 49d3be00 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:36
Two significant typo fixes for [1a30919bfbb686]. (check-in: 6a6ee6dd user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:30
Bind sqlite3_db_handle() to JNI. (check-in: 1a30919b user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:55
Correct a potential duplicate xDestroy() being triggered for Java-side collations. (check-in: 25331172 user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:29
Recycle per-UDF JNI state. (check-in: cf406528 user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:55
Code consolidation cleanups. (check-in: d6b5ecd2 user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:19
Add -sqllog flag to the JNI 'tests' target because it hits APIs which are otherwise not tested. (check-in: cc3153ed user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:57
JNI internal cleanups and docs. (check-in: b7b26bfb user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:51
Remove the Java BusyHandler.xDestroy() method - it should not have had one. Eliminate the last of the potentially-significant MUTF-8 cases. (check-in: c852f1eb user: stephan tags: trunk)
10:20
Improve threading support for all types of JNI-side callback hooks, making them safe to invoke if another thread is busy replacing them. (check-in: f2af7bbf user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-08-25
16:43
Move the 3 Java SQLFunction subclasses from inner classes to package scope. (check-in: 21fd47a6 user: stephan tags: trunk)
16:26
Missed a straggler when renaming Java classes in [8ca528006533ac1]. Document threading limitations. (check-in: 5786b95f user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:17
Hopefully the last major API rename in the JNI bits: rename all lower_camel_case classes which do not have direct counterparts in the C API to UpperCamelCase, as that's more idiomatic. Java types which reflect C-style types are unaffected. (check-in: 8ca52800 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:23
More Java API renaming for consistency. (check-in: 4e457778 user: stephan tags: trunk)
12:29
Re-enable SQLITE_THREADSAFE=0 in the JNI build and add multitest target which builds and runs the tests in all 3 threading modes. (check-in: 6b1c816f user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:32
Code restructuring. Force SQLITE_THREADSAFE in JNI builds for the time being, as threadsafe==0 leads to as-yet-mysterious JNI-level reference errors. (check-in: 5a099caa user: stephan tags: trunk)
11:06
Remove incorrect (but harmless) dependency on source code file "sessionfuzz-data1.db" from main.mk and Makefile.in. (check-in: 17d56c02 user: dan tags: trunk)
04:27
Only build in the JNI-side metrics tracking in SQLITE_DEBUG builds. (check-in: 646e7fc3 user: stephan tags: trunk)
04:02
Javadoc and internal API cleanups. (check-in: 10a43cba user: stephan tags: trunk)
02:57
Replace all of the JNI XyzHook/Handler classes with snake_cased ones which follow unified naming conventions to make them easier to apply. (check-in: 76e62a38 user: stephan tags: trunk)
00:27
javadoc additions. (check-in: bedf33d4 user: stephan tags: trunk)
2023-08-24
22:28
Re-frame the incongruous SQLite3Jni.uncacheThread() API as sqlite3_java_uncache_thread(). (check-in: 7232b033 user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:45
Update some outdated JNI docs and account for a function renamed earlier this evening. (check-in: 3f684ef5 user: stephan tags: trunk)
21:31
Do not pre-allocate sqlite3_aggregate_context() for Java UDFs, as it unduly complicates UDF initialization. (check-in: e8308f0c user: stephan tags: trunk)
19:08
Add doc/testrunner.md, for documenting the testrunner.tcl script. (check-in: 9c69a284 user: dan tags: trunk)
18:43
More code legibility and style improvements in the JNI pieces. Start work on a javadoc build. (check-in: 62b404d6 user: stephan tags: trunk)
17:25
Doc, code style, and legibility cleanups. (check-in: cf185bcd user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:42
Doc style fixes. (check-in: 862f9828 user: stephan tags: trunk)
15:11
Add a new non-goal to the JNI README.md. (check-in: 53000cda user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:49
Merge the jni-threading branch into trunk, eliminating the JNI API's prior threading limitations. (check-in: 3739c8aa user: stephan tags: trunk)
14:43
Merge into trunk improvements made to the wasm APIs which were too late for 3.43. (check-in: ac9da5c7 user: stephan tags: trunk)
13:42
Fix a test case problem in wal2recover2.test. (check-in: 81361769 user: dan tags: bedrock)
13:32
Version-3.43.0 for the reuse-schema branch. (check-in: 6f1bcd6a user: drh tags: reuse-schema)
13:26
Version 3.43.0 for the bedrock branch. (check-in: e7b1ee1a user: drh tags: bedrock)
13:19
Version 3.43.0 for the wal2 branch. (check-in: b5970fc4 user: drh tags: wal2)
13:17
Version 3.43.0 for the begin-concurrent branch. (check-in: e67bf282 user: drh tags: begin-concurrent)
12:36
Version 3.43.0 (check-in: 0f80b798 user: drh tags: trunk, release, major-release, version-3.43.0)
12:01
Change a variable name in fts5FlushOneHash() to avoid shadowing another. (check-in: 3f5bec9a user: dan tags: trunk)
2023-08-23
18:42
Fix typo in the Lemon documentation. (check-in: 5daeb318 user: drh tags: trunk)
18:29
More changes to documents for GitHub-style markdown. (check-in: f20f84ef user: drh tags: trunk)
18:26
Fix the Markdown in the compile-for-windows.md document so that it works on GitHub. Improved header text in README.md. (check-in: a25360c0 user: drh tags: trunk)
12:53
Minor adjustments to the wording about pull requests in the README.md file. (check-in: 6b2d68af user: drh tags: trunk)
10:20
The pageOnDirtyList() assertion is too slow even for debugging builds, for some corner cases. It makes the query appear to hang. So make it an EXPENSIVE_ASSERT instead. (check-in: bb9dcdaf user: drh tags: trunk)