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SQLite Release 3.0.7 On 2004-09-18

  1. The BTree module allocates large buffers using malloc() instead of off of the stack, in order to play better on machines with limited stack space.
  2. Fixed naming conflicts so that versions 2.8 and 3.0 can be linked and used together in the same ANSI-C source file.
  3. New interface: sqlite3_bind_parameter_index()
  4. Add support for wildcard parameters of the form: "?nnn"
  5. Fix problems found on 64-bit systems.
  6. Removed encode.c file (containing unused routines) from the version 3.0 source tree.
  7. The sqlite3_trace() callbacks occur before each statement is executed, not when the statement is compiled.
  8. Makefile updates and miscellaneous bug fixes.

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