Author r.david.murray
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Date 2014-12-29.18:08:12
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I'd say you have a bug here of some sort, but I'm not sure if it is a doc bug or a code bug.  Commit specifically does *not* reset the cursors, according to the code, but I'm not even sure what resetting a cursor means :)  I've poked around the sqlite3 module's code a bit, but not enough to have an answer to this.  I do note that a commit does a call to sqlite3_reset on all statements associated with the connection, and I suspect that's where the problem originates.  Which probably makes it a doc bug.
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