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Author erlendaasland
Recipients berker.peksag, erlendaasland, lemburg, serhiy.storchaka
Date 2021-05-10.15:47:37
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Quoting pysqlite commit 5a009ed message (https://github.com/ghaering/pysqlite/commit/5a009ed6fb2e90b952438f5786f93cd1e8ac8722):
"Implemented a function that resets all statements in the connection's
  statement cache. After calling this function it is always possible to
  rollback a transaction or close a connection."

The commit is from 2005-12-09. SQLite 3.7.11 wasn't released until 2012, so in 2005 any pending statements would block a rollback. I'm guessing commit 5a009ed addressed that issue.
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