Changes between Version 13 and Version 14 of SqliteVersions


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Oct 5, 2010, 11:08:01 AM (9 years ago)
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    2929but SQLite itself is not "baked in".
    3030
    31 When Python is built from source (as I've done on my Mac),
    32 if it finds a statically-linkable SQLite library, it will statically link it
    33 into the Python exectuable. If a statically-linkable library isn't present, it
     31When Python is built from source, it will statically link SQLite if it finds
     32a statically-linkable SQLite library. If a statically-linkable library isn't present, it
    3433will attempt to load it dynamically at runtime. If
    3534neither is present, Python won't be able to read/write SQLite databases.
     
    3736SQLite library ships as part of the operating system.)
    3837
    39 Most Linux and especially Windows users don't build Python from source.
     38Most users don't build Python from source.
    4039Linux users usually get a precompiled Python from their package manager.
    41 Windows users usually download the `.msi` from `python.org` or use
     40OS X and Windows users usually download a precompiled binary from `python.org`
     41or use
    4242a precompiled distribution from Enthought or !ActiveState. In all of the
    4343Pythons I've checked from these sources, SQLite is "baked in". That's