Bug Report: https://www.sqlite.org/chronology.html out of date

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Bug Report: https://www.sqlite.org/chronology.html out of date

Tom Ritter
In lieu of an official support RSS feed,
https://www.sqlite.org/chronology.html is used to detect new versions
of SQLite and how out of date the current one embedded in a product
is. It worked for the past several months, but now this page is out of
date. =)

-tom
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Re: Bug Report: https://www.sqlite.org/chronology.html out of date

Jungle Boogie
On 20 June 2017 at 07:55, Tom Ritter <[hidden email]> wrote:
> In lieu of an official support RSS feed,
> https://www.sqlite.org/chronology.html is used to detect new versions
> of SQLite and how out of date the current one embedded in a product
> is. It worked for the past several months, but now this page is out of
> date. =)

You can monitor this:
https://www.sqlite.org/src/timeline?r=release

I think if you put that in your rss reader, it'll update when a new
build is available.

>
> -tom
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Re: Bug Report: https://www.sqlite.org/chronology.html out of date

Richard Hipp-3
I think it depends on what Tom means by the "latest release".  The
chronology shows the "latest" in chronological order.  But the latest
in chronological order is not necessary the same as the latest in
logical order.

In other words, perhaps Tom is assuming that release numbers are
monotonically increasing.  But that is not always case, as is
evidenced by the 3.18.1 and 3.18.2 patch releases that are logically
before 3.19.0, but chronologically after 3.19.0.

On 6/21/17, jungle Boogie <[hidden email]> wrote:

> On 20 June 2017 at 07:55, Tom Ritter <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> In lieu of an official support RSS feed,
>> https://www.sqlite.org/chronology.html is used to detect new versions
>> of SQLite and how out of date the current one embedded in a product
>> is. It worked for the past several months, but now this page is out of
>> date. =)
>
> You can monitor this:
> https://www.sqlite.org/src/timeline?r=release
>
> I think if you put that in your rss reader, it'll update when a new
> build is available.
>
>>
>> -tom
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