SQLite 3.16 Released, Uses Less CPU Cycles & Adds Experimental PRAGMA Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 2 January 2017 at 08:19 AM EST. 7 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
SQLite 3.16.0 was released today and it's quite a feature-packed release for being the first update of 2017.

SQLite 3.16.0 now uses about 9% fewer CPU cycles, adds experimental support for PRAGMA functions, enhancements to date and time functions, changes to the look-aside memory allocator, faster LIKE and GLOB when using multiple wildcards, and various other changes.

Those wishing to learn more about SQLite 3.16 can do so via the release announcement at SQLite.org. Overall it looks like another exciting update.
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