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SQLite Release 3.39.0 On 2022-06-25
- Add (long overdue) support for RIGHT and FULL OUTER JOIN.
- Add new binary comparison operators IS NOT DISTINCT FROM and IS DISTINCT FROM
that are equivalent to IS and IS NOT, respective, for compatibility with
PostgreSQL and SQL standards.
- Add a new return code (value "3") from the sqlite3_vtab_distinct()
interface that indicates a query that has both DISTINCT and ORDER BY
- Added the sqlite3_db_name() interface.
- The unix os interface resolves all symbolic links in database
filenames to create a canonical name for the database before the
file is opened.
If the SQLITE_OPEN_NOFOLLOW flag is used with sqlite3_open_v2()
or similar, the open will fail if any element of the path is a
- Defer materializing views until the materialization
is actually needed, thus avoiding unnecessary work if the materialization turns
out to never be used.
- The HAVING clause of a SELECT statement is now allowed on any aggregate query,
even queries that do not have a GROUP BY clause.
- Many microoptimizations collectively reduce CPU cycles by about 2.3%.
- SQLITE_SOURCE_ID: 2022-06-25 14:57:57 14e166f40dbfa6e055543f8301525f2ca2e96a02a57269818b9e69e162e98918
- SHA3-256 for sqlite3.c: d9c439cacad5e4992d0d25989cfd27a4c4f59a3183c97873bc03f0ad1aa78b7a
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