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Wednesday October 14, 2009
11:12 PM

DBD::SQLite now has foreign key support

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http://svn.ali.as/cpan/releases/DBD-SQLite-1.26_05.tar.gz

I'm happy to report that the development series of DBD::SQLite now has support for the long-awaited SQLite native foreign key constraints, released yesterday (Sydney future time)

The current development series is very close to being release ready, we've mainly been using the time between SQLite.org-recommended upgrades (there have been none since 1.25 was releases) to do miscellaneous API design changes that needed lots of testing and dev releases.

Now that there is such a prominent new feature, we can expect to move to new production DBD::SQLite shortly.

So please test the new dev release thoroughly, and let us know if you hit any issues.

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  • That is extremely exciting! I didn't know SQLite was adding this feature, but I look forward to incorporating it into our code. Thanks for helping to keep things up to date.

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    rjbs