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Old version of sqlite3

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sqlalchemy gives the following error
message for sqlite:

C:\Python25\lib\site-packages\sqlalchemy\databases\sqlite.py:167:
RuntimeWarning: The installed version of
sqlite (3.3.4) is out-dated, and will
cause errors in some cases. Version
3.3.13 or greater is recommended.
warnings.warn(RuntimeWarning("The
installed version of sqlite (%s) is
out-dated, and will cause errors in some
cases. Version 3.3.13 or greater is
recommended." % self.dbapi.sqlite_version))

The installed version is in
C:\Python25\DLLs\sqlite3dll dated
18-Apr-07.

sqlite3 has been updated since then.

I am using Python 2.5.1 with Windows XP.

Any suggestions for a workaround?

Colin W.

Nov 8 '07 #1
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Any suggestions for a workaround?

You could silence the warning, using the warnings module.
Alternatively, I think you should be able to replace sqlite3.dll
with a newer version.

Regards,
Martin
Nov 8 '07 #2

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