SQLite3 3.44.2 freeware
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|3.44.2||Nov 24, 2023||New Release||Fix a mistake in the CLI that was introduced by the fix (item 15 above) in 3.44.1.
Fix a problem in FTS5 that was discovered during internal fuzz testing only minutes after the 3.44.1 release was tagged.
Fix incomplete assert() statements that the fuzzer discovered the day after the previous release.
Fix a couple of harmless compiler warnings that appeared in debug builds with GCC 16.
|3.44.1||Nov 22, 2023||New Release||Change the CLI so that it uses UTF-16 for console I/O on Windows. This enables proper display of unicode text on old Windows7 machines.
Other obscure bug fixes.
|3.44.0||Nov 1, 2023||New Release||Aggregate functions can now include an ORDER BY clause after their last parameter. The arguments to the function are processed in the order specified. This can be important for functions like string_agg() and json_group_array().
Add support for the concat() and concat_ws() scalar SQL functions, compatible with PostgreSQL, SQLServer, and MySQL.
Add support for the string_agg() aggregate SQL function, compatible with PostgreSQL and SQLServer.
New conversion letters on the strftime() SQL function: %e %F %I %k %l %p %P %R %T %u
Add new C-language APIs: sqlite3_get_clientdata() and sqlite3_set_clientdata().
Many errors associated with CREATE TABLE are now raised when the CREATE TABLE statement itself is run, rather than being deferred until the first time the table is actually used.
The PRAGMA integrity_check command now verifies the consistency of the content in various built-in virtual tables using the new xIntegrity method.