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Upgrading SQLite in PHP 5

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Hi,
I have installed PHPHome 2.3.4 in Windows XP. This WAMP package
installs Apache 2.0.50 , PHP 5.0.0 and it works fine. The SQLite
installed version is 2.8.14 and I would like to upgrade to a later
version. Is it possible? Is the upgrading process explained somewhere?
Thanking you in advance,
Barto

Jul 17 '05 #1
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On 24 Jan 2005 11:39:06 -0800, ba*************@ono.com wrote:
I have installed PHPHome 2.3.4 in Windows XP. This WAMP package
installs Apache 2.0.50 , PHP 5.0.0 and it works fine. The SQLite
installed version is 2.8.14 and I would like to upgrade to a later
version. Is it possible? Is the upgrading process explained somewhere?


PHP 5.0.3 also comes with 2.8.14, so upgrading PHP won't help (although it
might not be a bad idea if you're on 5.0.0). Presumably this only leaves
recompiling PHP from source, or finding someone else who has and distributes a
PHP binary package compiled against a later SQLite.

The SQLite homepage shows that the latest 2.8 version is only 2.8.15, so it's
not far behind. The current version is a major release higher, 3.0.8. I would
think there could be backwards compatibility issues if PHP's SQLite extension
expects 2.8. Haven't tried it, though.

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