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SQLite is a powerful embedded relational database engine. pysqlite makes it available to Python developers via the Database API 2.0.

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pysqlite hosting moved 19 Oct 2009 11:36

I moved pysqlite from my own host to Google Code. You might want to update your links/bookmarks.

Recent releases

  •  18 Jul 2007 06:09

    Release Notes: pysqlite is now 2.5 times faster for DML statements. This pays off especially for bulk-loading data. pysqlite now recognizes if the database engine has done an implicit ROLLBACK and acts accordingly. Using custom mapping and sequence types in parameters works now.

    •  22 Jun 2006 13:12

      Release Notes: This release plugs a nasty memory leak and improves compatibility with pre-3.3 SQLite releases.

      •  04 Apr 2006 22:01

        Release Notes: The SQLite collation API was made available. The total_changes API call was wrapped. The code was made more robust in many places by adding additional error checking.

        •  02 Feb 2006 02:34

          Release Notes: More checks have been added to make executescript() and the transparent statement caching more robust. An API misuse has been fixed so that pysqlite can be used with SQLite 3.3.3 and later. The function enable_shared_cache() has been added to use the shared cache available with SQLite 3.3.

          •  02 Feb 2006 02:33

            Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug so that it can be built against SQLite versions 3.3.3 and later.


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