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Changes between Version 16 and Version 17 of PySqlite


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May 5, 2006, 1:41:13 PM (16 years ago)
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Christian Boos
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    11= PySqlite =
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    35[http://initd.org/tracker/pysqlite PySqlite] is a Python binding
     
    102104also happen to you.
    103105
    104 === `OperationalError: unsupported file format` ===
     106=== Common ''Oops'' ===
     107
     108==== `OperationalError: unsupported file format` ====
    105109
    106110  ''This probably is symptomatic of a mismatch between the SQLite library and the SQLite database format.''
     
    108112See Trac-ML:7540
    109113
    110 === `OperationalError: SQL logic error or missing database` ===
     114==== `OperationalError: SQL logic error or missing database` ====
    111115
    112116  ''This can indicate that the database was corrupted.''
     
    124128And this ''might'' correspond to an open bug. See #2902 and #2570.
    125129
    126 === `OperationalError: database is locked` ===
     130==== `OperationalError: database is locked` ====
    127131
    128132There are numerous reasons why you can get this.
     
    155159   Upgrading Trac and Pysqlite will solve the issue (see #2345)
    156160
    157 === `ProgrammingError: library routine called out of sequence` ===
     161==== `ProgrammingError: library routine called out of sequence` ====
    158162
    159163This happens on MacOS X, and is still an open issue (see #2969)
    160164
    161 === `Warning: You can only execute one statement at a time.` ===
     165==== `Warning: You can only execute one statement at a time.` ====
    162166
    163167This is typically an error which happens when the pysqlite package
     
    166170(e.g. see #2993).
    167171
    168 === `Segmentation Fault` ===
     172
     173=== Other issues ===
     174
     175==== `Segmentation Fault` ====
    169176
    170177Some old Python 2.3 versions (like on SuSE 9.0) have a bug