python 2.5 & sqlite3

John Salerno johnjsal at
Thu Oct 12 18:05:30 CEST 2006

Fredrik Lundh wrote:

> I still think the "get the official build (and add win32all if you're 
> doing native windows stuff)" advice is sound, though.

Agreed. It seems silly to use anything other than the official release.

But anyway, I think the OP was confused about having to install the 
sqlite libraries manually, because I believe you have to do this on 
Linux distros, but a Windows binary of Python already includes all you 
need to work with sqlite3.

Now, if the ActiveState distro *doesn't* include the libraries, then I 
would probably call it broken too. :)

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