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Author erlendaasland
Recipients erlendaasland, jett8998, ned.deily, ronaldoussoren
Date 2021-08-26.07:04:43
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> FTR, this is only a problem if you link with the Apple-supplied system libsqlite3 [...]

Sure, but that should be relatively trivial to detect. AFAIK, the SQLite command line shell seems to be located at the same path every release, so I would guess that also applies for the library.

Alternatively, we could dump the compile options and grep for SQLITE_OMIT_LOAD_EXTENSION, but that implies locating the SQLite command line shell that corresponds to the library that we're using. Probably trickier, but would definitely be useful if/when we add support for the SQLite serialize API, RTree callbacks, etc.
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