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31st July 2015, 07:34 AM |#51  
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@tech128 any change that we can get an updated SQLite 3.8.11.1 binary?

Sure, not a problem.

I haven't checked the sqlite homepage recently, so I didn't notice they updated it again.

I'd like to put a web page watcher on it, but all of them make you register or sign up.

For such a simple thing, I don't feel that should be necessary.

I'll see if I can find some time tomorrow to update it hopefully.

If not, then it will have to be on Sunday because I will be very busy on Saturday.
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3rd August 2015, 02:25 AM |#52  
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Ok, the binaries are updated to the latest again.

I can't seem to edit the title like I used to be able to though.

I tried 4 different browsers, same result.

I don't know any mods, so I guess it's stuck that way for now :x

On a brighter note, I did manage to find a web page watcher that looks very nice and was exactly what I was looking for.

It's called changemon
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6th August 2015, 05:51 AM |#53  
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Well I just tried to compile SQLite v4, but they use a custom parser, so it doesn't work too well to try and cross-compile it atm.

Hopefully they're only doing that for dev purposes atm.

I'll keep trying every once in awhile to see if it'll compile...
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Ok, the binaries are updated to the latest again.

I can't seem to edit the title like I used to be able to though.

I tried 4 different browsers, same result.

I don't know any mods, so I guess it's stuck that way for now :x

On a brighter note, I did manage to find a web page watcher that looks very nice and was exactly what I was looking for.

It's called changemon

Thanks, appreciate the update!

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Well I just tried to compile SQLite v4, but they use a custom parser, so it doesn't work too well to try and cross-compile it atm.

Hopefully they're only doing that for dev purposes atm.

I'll keep trying every once in awhile to see if it'll compile...

Looking forward to it!

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which would work on an arm64 v8? (LG G4)
29th August 2015, 08:45 AM |#55  
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I'm not really sure. I don't have any access to arm64 capable hardware, so let me know.

I would think that only the armv7-pie version would work since arm64 is pretty new-ish and everything since lollipop requires pie.

I mean there are have arm64 emulators, but I don't have the time to play with that atm...
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@Rydah805

I'm not really sure. I don't have any access to arm64 capable hardware, so let me know.

I would think that only the armv7-pie version would work since arm64 is pretty new-ish and everything since lollipop requires pie.

I mean there are have arm64 emulators, but I don't have the time to play with that atm...

Will try. Do I remove the file extension?

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29th August 2015, 08:58 AM |#57  
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Generally yes, but it's not required.

Android is not like windows where the file extension needs to be exe com scr

What matters most are the permissions. Usually I do chmod 755 file
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Generally yes, but it's not required.

Android is not like windows where the file extension needs to be exe com scr

What matters most are the permissions. Usually I do chmod 755 file

The armv7-pie worked well on my LG G4. 😀😀😀

Thanks! Appreciate your work.

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6th October 2015, 10:05 AM |#59  
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Binaries for Intel x86 and SQLCipher (encrypted databases)
Thank you so much for providing the binaries to include the latest and much faster SQLite into Android apps!
  1. Would it be possible to add binaries for the Intel platform to your build process in order to allow testing apps in the accelerated "Intel x86 Atom System Image"? Since Android 5 there also are Atom_64 images...
  2. Are the release builds optimized for space to minimize the resulting APK size?
  3. Would it be possible to cooperate with Zetetic.net /sqlcipher/sqlcipher-for-android/ to create encrypted databases with the latest SQLite driver?
Thank you and keep up the good work, greetings from Germany!
12th October 2015, 02:24 PM |#60  
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I installed the armv7-pie version in my Xperia M2 with Lollipop 5.1.1. So far it works great. It was exactly what i was looking for. thanks.
14th October 2015, 05:23 AM |#61  
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@ReneLeonhardt

Thank you so much for providing the binaries to include the latest and much faster SQLite into Android apps!
  1. Would it be possible to add binaries for the Intel platform to your build process in order to allow testing apps in the accelerated "Intel x86 Atom System Image"? Since Android 5 there also are Atom_64 images...
    Sure I can compile x86 and x86-64 binaries if you want...
  2. Are the release builds optimized for space to minimize the resulting APK size?
    No they are optimized for speed, that's mostly a personal preference. I want everything blazing fast.
    I think if I optimized for space, it wouldn't be too much smaller anyway. I can do a test run if you want to know...
  3. Would it be possible to cooperate with Zetetic.net /sqlcipher/sqlcipher-for-android/ to create encrypted databases with the latest SQLite driver?
    Well I checked into that, and it looks like quite a lot of work. I don't feel that having encryption built into sqlite is really that important.
    If you need it, you can just run a kernel module or fuse mount to encrypted container / filesystem.
    Or you can use openssl or similar to encrypt / decrypt the sql file.
Thank you and keep up the good work, greetings from Germany!
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