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Comment:Fix a typo on compile.html.
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User & Date: dan 2016-09-07 14:45:29
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2016-09-09
15:38
Initial change log for the 3.14.2 release. check-in: 3324b46ab0 user: drh tags: trunk
2016-09-07
14:45
Fix a typo on compile.html. check-in: c45332bd5c user: dan tags: trunk
2016-09-06
00:32
Fix typo on the homepage. check-in: 3f158f149c user: drh tags: trunk
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  only support 8+3 filenames.  If the value of this macro is 1,
  then the default behavior is to continue to use long filenames and
  to only use 8+3 filenames if the 
  database connection is opened using [URI filenames] with
  the "<tt>8_3_names=1</tt>" query parameter.  If the value of
  this macro is 2, then the use of 8+3 filenames becomes the default
  but may be disabled on using the <tt>8_3_names=0</tt> query parameter.
  See 
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COMPILE_OPTION {SQLITE_ENABLE_API_ARMOR} {
  When defined, this C-preprocessor macro activates extra code that
  attempts to detect misuse of the SQLite API, such as passing in NULL
  pointers to required parameters or using objects after they have been
  destroyed.







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  only support 8+3 filenames.  If the value of this macro is 1,
  then the default behavior is to continue to use long filenames and
  to only use 8+3 filenames if the 
  database connection is opened using [URI filenames] with
  the "<tt>8_3_names=1</tt>" query parameter.  If the value of
  this macro is 2, then the use of 8+3 filenames becomes the default
  but may be disabled on using the <tt>8_3_names=0</tt> query parameter.

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COMPILE_OPTION {SQLITE_ENABLE_API_ARMOR} {
  When defined, this C-preprocessor macro activates extra code that
  attempts to detect misuse of the SQLite API, such as passing in NULL
  pointers to required parameters or using objects after they have been
  destroyed.