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Author steve.dower
Recipients BreamoreBoy, benjamin.peterson, brett.cannon, ghaering, ned.deily, pitrou, schlamar, steve.dower, zach.ware
Date 2015-07-27.21:24:44
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I agree, and I know that backwards compatibility is a very high priority especially now that SQLite is shipping as part of Windows 10. While we *could* take a dependency on this binary (winsqlite3.dll, for those who have it), I don't think it's actually any different from the main release.

In short, let's update the SQLite version for 3.5 and put it through its paces.

I'm only +0 on doing it for Python 2.7, and that's assuming we'll do an RC before releasing 2.7.11. Given we just revised the entire build project, I think an RC would be appropriate.
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