[Python-Dev] Missing _sqlite checkin on trunk?

Gerhard Häring gh at ghaering.de
Mon Dec 10 16:33:22 CET 2007

skip at pobox.com wrote:
> On Nov 25 Gerhard Haering checked in a change to the release25-maint branch:
>     Author: gerhard.haering
>     Date: Sun Nov 25 18:40:35 2007
>     New Revision: 59184
>     Modified:
>        python/branches/release25-maint/Modules/_sqlite/statement.c
>        python/branches/release25-maint/Modules/_sqlite/util.c
>     Log:
>     - Backported a workaround for a bug in SQLite 3.2.x/3.3.x versions where a
>       statement recompilation with no bound parameters lead to a segfault
>     - Backported a fix necessary because of an SQLite API change in version 3.5.
>       This prevents segfaults when executing empty queries, like our test suite
>       does.
> This bug is also present on the trunk, yet I saw no indication that he
> checked in such a fix there.  Gerhard's patch applies cleanly.  I sent him
> an email after I saw the checkin and verified that the patch worked on the
> trunk, but have yet to hear back from him.

Yes, I remember. I postponed updating the trunk because I planned sync 
it with the lastest pysqlite release instead. I've updated my TODO list.

> Is there some different method for getting sqlite changes into the trunk?

?! From my point of view it's a module like all the others, except it's 
also maintained externally as 'pysqlite'.

-- Gerhard

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