FAQ
DBD::SQLite::Amalgamation 3.6.16 (the one Audrey released
yesterday) is "unauthorized" release, which actually is
nothing but repackaged DBD::SQLite 1.26_02 with original
::Amalgamation Changes. It won't be counted, so we don't
need to care. That said, we might want to convince her
not to include DBD::SQLite itself, but just to depend on it
as DBD::SQLite is stable enough now (though we are still
trying to make it better).

Kenichi
On Thu, 30 Jul 2009 14:23:53 +1000, Adam Kennedy wrote:

Unless we see a release of SQLite that recommended updating, or reach
a complete resolution to the various refactoring stuff that's being
committed into the repository, or someone hits a critical bug, I
consider the current release to be both stable and worth letting sit
for a while, so there's time for all of downstream to converge.

The release of DBD::SQLite::Amalgamation (for me) doesn't add any
weight to the need to update.

Adam K

2009/7/30 Darren Duncan <darren@darrenduncan.net>:
I noticed that Audrey released another DBD-SQLite-Amalgamation, after a year
of not, that is said to be equivalent to the latest official dev release,
citing that it would be redundant once the official release is no longer
dev.

Considering this, is it reasonable to push an official stable release of
some kind now that has 3.6.16, or is it better to continue to wait on that
front?

-- Darren Duncan

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