Released SQLite 3.13.0 and added new command on command-line shell

SQLite is a software library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine. SQLite is the most widely deployed database engine in the world. The latest version of SQLite SQLite 3.13.0 released on May 18, 2016.

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Changes/Bugfixes on SQLite 3.13.0

  • Postpone I/O associated with TEMP files for as long as possible, with the hope that the I/O can ultimately be avoided completely.
  • Merged the session extension into trunk.
  • Added the “.auth ON|OFF” command to the command-line shell.
  • Added the “–indent” option to the “.schema” and “.fullschema” commands of the command-line shell, to turn on pretty-printing.
  • Added the “.eqp full” option to the command-line shell, that does both EXPLAIN and EXPLAIN QUERY PLAN on each statement that is evaluated.
  • Improved unicode filename handling in the command-line shell on Windows.
  • Improved resistance against goofy query planner decisions caused by incomplete or incorrect modifications to the sqlite_stat1 table by the application.
  • Added the sqlite3_db_config(db,SQLITE_DBCONFIG_ENABLE_LOAD_EXTENSION) interface which allows the sqlite3_load_extension() C-API to be enabled while keeping the load_extension() SQL function disabled for security.
  • Change the temporary directory search algorithm on Unix to allow directories with write and execute permission, but without read permission, to serve as temporary directories. Apply this same standard to the “.” fallback directory.

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