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ooSQLite ======== ooSQLite is an ooRexx extension that provideds an interface to the SQLite database engine. For complete details on SQLite, go to: http://www.sqlite.org The SQLite database engine is embedded in the ooSQLite extension. SQLite does not have a license or copyright, but rather: "All of the deliverable code in SQLite has been dedicated to the public domain by the authors. All code authors, and representatives of the companies they work for, have signed affidavits dedicating their contributions to the public domain and originals of those signed affidavits are stored in a firesafe at the main offices of Hwaci. Anyone is free to copy, modify, publish, use, compile, sell, or distribute the original SQLite code, either in source code form or as a compiled binary, for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial, and by any means." Using ooSQLite: ------------- ooSQLite is currently distributed as 32-bit and 64-bit binaries along with some example programs and some informal example programs. The informal examples were used during development and may not be rigorously commented. Eventually the informal examples may be either dropped from the distribution, or enhanced to make them better examples. To use ooSQLite in your ooRexx programs simply add this requires statement to the program: ::requires 'ooSQLite.cls' and ensure that the files ooSQLite.cls and ooSqlite.dll (Windows) or oosqlite.so (unix-like systems) are somewhere in the path on your system. foodsPristine.rdbx ------------------ The binary database file, foodsPristine.rdbx, located in the samples/misc directory, was created from a database definition file, foods.sql, included in the example code that accompanies the book: "Definitive Guide to SQLite", Second Edition, by Grant Allen and Mike Owens, published by Apress. Apress and the authors have okayed the use and inlcusion of the binary file in the ooRexx project. foodsPristine.rdbx is then copied into the examples directories, as ooFoods.rdbx. ooFoods.rdbx is used in some of the testing and example programs.
Source: ooSQLite-ReadMe.txt, updated 2014-04-20